The first payday of 2020 is coming up, but keep in mind it’s for work performed during the last half of December. The new pay rates that took effect Jan. 1 will be reflected in January’s second paycheck.
WSU students and faculty statewide are coming back this week to a newly enhanced myWSU website.
June 1 launch of the redesigned myWSU website hit some last-minute snags and has been temporarily delayed.
Access to the myWSU website will be turned off 8 p.m. May 31, as Information Technology Services transitions to a new, mobile friendly site homepage.
A new, adaptive myWSU homepage, designed by Information Technology Services, is slated to launch June 1.
PULLMAN, Wash. – A multi-departmental committee formed by Matt Skinner, associate vice president for enterprise systems, last month began planning to rename Washington State University’s online information portal, which provides a wide array of electronic systems and services to students and staff, to “myWSU.”
Technicians at Information Technology Services are still trying to determine what caused the myWSU site to crash on Monday… but they have some educated guesses.“There is no way to replicate what happened, so it is impossible to know the exact cause and effect,” said Debby Lawson, director of operations and system services for ITS. MyWSU experienced a kind of double-whammy on Monday, when approximately 18,000 Pullman students returned to class and flooded the myWSU website, which recently had expanded its services to include eInfoCenters and METRO. In addition to other myWSU services, students use the METRO system to add and drop classes. An IT staff meeting is scheduled for today to discus the site’s … » More …