The FY21 continuation budget recommendation is now available for review and comment on the Budget Forum (link: https://bfp.wwu.edu/fy21-continuation-budget-comment-forum), and can be accessed by signing in with a Western ID.
Dear Western Community,
The AS Club Activities Office (Club Hub) and the Ethnic Student Center (ESC) would like to congratulate the following clubs and club members for winning awards at the annual AS Club Awards Ceremony held Wednesday, May 27:
Club Leader of the Year: Gwen Gabert of Best Buddies
Inspiring Individual: Hailee Desrosier of Bellingham Order of the Saber
Unsung Hero: Clark Weitkamp of Bellingham Order of the Saber
Commitment to Justice: Yalda Naimzadeh of the South Asian Student Association (SASA)
Human Resources at Western Washington University has updated the list of employees who are in need of and eligible to receive shared leave in accordance with the Requesting and Donating Shared Leave policy (POL-U5410.06).
The following employees are eligible to receive shared leave donations:
- Jyoti Bajwa
- Harold Jeffries
- Caleb Klein
University travelers first began submitting their authorization requests and reimbursements through Concur over six months ago. Many have reported this new travel system is easy to use and more intuitive than TEM. Travelers, delegates and approvers are very excited about the additional capabilities such as the mobile app features and enhanced reporting solutions.
Give Day is Today: Here’s Why Every Gift Matters
“I just wanted to express my heart felt gratitude for your generous donation to the Student Emergency Fund Scholarship. The quarantine hit my family particularly hard…This money not only helps us pay our mortgage, it puts food in my kids’ mouths. I really cannot thank you enough for your generosity.
Western Washington University plans to test its emergency notification system known as Western Alert at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, June 3.
Western Alert is a group of ways to reach students, faculty and staff with important safety information.
In conjunction with the Western Alert test drill, Western will be conducting an earthquake drill. The campus community is encouraged to practice how to drop, cover and hold at this time if you are
able, or at some other time on June 3.
This is the second year that the Career Services Center will participate in Give Day! Last year we asked for support of our new Career Closet and were very grateful for the positive response. This year with the loss of revenue from the Spring Career Fair, and the anticipated loss from our Fall events, the Career Services Center is once again, humbly asking, for our community’s help. We know that continuing to develop collaborative partnerships, resources, and technical platforms that benefit Western Students and Alumni is critical as we navigate these economic uncertain ti
Washington State Senator Emily Randall (26th District - Bremerton, Port Orchard and Gig Harbor) is looking for nominations for a June 6 Virtual Graduation Celebration for students from institutions across the state as a way of honoring the Class of 2020. Note that this celebration is completely separate from Western's own virtual commencement on June 13.