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WSU Pullman Housing and Dining Update

  • March 25, 2020

Students living in WSU Pullman university-owned residence halls and apartments received a message from Vice President of Student Affairs Mary Jo Gonzales this evening. Students and families are being given financial options to consider as they think about how students will finish out the Spring 2020 semester.

WSU’s first priority has been to ensure students could successfully finish the last six weeks of instruction and could continue on their way to graduation.

Students who are currently in Pullman and staying in university-owned residence halls or apartments, may stay. Governor Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order is designed to minimize the spread of COVID-19.

Students not in Pullman who were living in a university-owned residence hall or apartment, do not need to return to Pullman, move their belongings, terminate their contract, or check out at this time. Their belongings can stay in university-owned residence halls and apartments for the time being.

Students, and their families, have told the institution they have different needs and wanted a variety of options. WSU took the time necessary to map out several options to accommodate the widest possible situations of our students.

Read the full message online.