Regents are expected to set tuition rates for the 2021–2022 academic year, review designs for WSU Vancouver’s new Life Sciences Building, and consider revised athletics budgets and financial planning, among other actions.
In just three years, WSU turned a $30 million annual operating deficit into a nearly $30 million surplus, helping to start replenishing depleted reserves as it deals with the unprecedented challenges posed by the global pandemic.
Realistic 3D printed heart components and a tool that can rapidly grow cancer-fighting T cells are among the projects being supported by a group of passionate WSU graduates.
University leaders will discuss WSU’s most significant contributions to the public as well as the path forward under the OneWSU concept.
As part of the WAforCivility project, WSU student organizers are asking their peers, Washington legislators, and members of the broader Cougar community to pledge to acknowledge, respect, and listen to others.
WSU President Kirk Schulz thanked all Cougs for unifying to tackle all of the challenges that came with 2020 as part of this year’s holiday greeting.
Updates on the University’s testing plans for the Spring 2021 semester as well as information on a new grading option were among the topics discussed during the final COVID‑19 town hall of the year.
With the winter holidays just around the corner, the WSU community is asked to be extra vigilant to help mitigate the spread of COVID‑19.
Students traveling for Thanksgiving break are urged to get tested in advance and to remain home until the start of spring semester.
The virtual celebration is taking place on Saturday, Dec. 12 beginning at 10 a.m. Registration is required by Nov. 16.