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WSU parking permit renewal online
March 18, 2008

 

 

 

PULLMAN – WSU Parking and Transportation Services will be offering annual campus parking permit renewals for 2008/2009 on the Web.

Eligible annual permit holders will be contacted via a MyWSU portal notice and a post card mailing that will direct them to the WSU Parking and Transportation Web site for the renewal, which is expected to start on March 25. The permit by Web renewal process is easy and takes as few as six clicks to complete.

Due to some changes in the parking zones, permit holders are encouraged to review the Zone Choices Map before renewing … » More …

Parking permit renewal and purchase available online
April 24, 2007

Parking permits are available for purchase or renewal online through May 31. For people who participated in Phase two, it is now time to go back online and purchase the 2007/2008 parking permit you requested, according to Chris Boyan, administrative and outreach manager for Parking Services. The deadline to purchase a requested permit or renew an existing permit is May 31. Based on availability, a permit choice may not be available to purchase, but people can still renew their current permit during this phase. To do this, visit www.wsu.edu/parking/.To renew a current permit, log on with your WSU Network ID.If you do not remember your WSU … » More …

WSU annual parking permit renewal to be offered online
March 6, 2007

PULLMAN – Washington State University Parking and Transportation Services will be offering annual campus parking permit renewals for 2007/2008 on the Web. Eligible annual permit holders will be contacted via a MyWSU portal notice and a postcard mailing that will direct them to the WSU Parking and Transportation Web site for the renewal, which is expected to start on March 28. The permit by Web renewal process is easy and takes as few as six clicks to complete. Permit holders will also notice an inflationary increase in annual permit prices. In March 2004, the Board of Regents granted authority to raise permit rates up to … » More …

CUB redo means faculty and staff changes too
December 2, 2005

In 2008, after an $86 million renewal, the gleaming glass and fresh brick of the new CUB will serve as a beacon to the central Pullman campus. Paid for through lease revenues and student fees, the building will be geared more than ever toward student needs — but renewal also will end some long-standing relationships with faculty and staff. The Regency Room, bowling alley and CUB Hotel were eliminated in the renewal plans due to lost revenues and decreased usage in recent years, said Gerald Marczynski, associate vice president of student affairs. Instead, the new CUB will feature commercial food chains in an upstairs food … » More …

Ringing in the renewal of a near-forgotten tradition
April 11, 2002

Ringing in the renewal of a near-forgotten traditionBrock Howell, who helped lead the charge to revive an annual tradition of a campuswide cleanup day, now known as Cougar Pride Days, rings the bell at Lewis Alumni Centre, signaling the start of last week’s Cougar Pride activities. The event, historically known as Campus Days, was held from 1913 to 1933. Howell, a sophomore in agricultural economics, was serving as a member of the Student Alumni Connection. (Photo by Bob Hubner, WSU Photo Services.)