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The Plan for Fall 2020
WSU Together:

Coug Life

WSU is committed to providing the programs, services and spaces needed to help students find success navigating the new Coug experience.

What you need to know now

  • You must complete a self-attestation form every day you plan to be at a physical WSU location. Locations include all campuses, extension locations, and satellite offices.
  • The following town halls are scheduled:
    • WSU Tri-Cities: August 18 at 4 pm
    • WSU Health Sciences Spokane : August 27 at 3 pm
  • University-owned apartments in Pullman will open as planned.
  • University-owned residence halls on the Pullman campus will open August 15, but only for those students who have demonstrated institutional need and are approved to live on campus. Learn more about the move-in process.
  • Cougar Health Services will continue to provide medical and mental health care for WSU Pullman students.
  • Food service on all campuses will be available with limited offerings.
  • Dining halls will adhere to occupancy guidelines.
  • Recreation and other community-building centers and activities on all WSU campuses will remain operational with limited in-person services.
  • Most opportunities in student life across WSU will be available for virtual engagement.
  • All students attending WSU must abide by health and safety directives issued by WSU, the government and health officials.