In a continued effort to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection among students and families during the holiday break, Western will provide free COVID testing to WWU students in the Bellingham area the week before Thanksgiving.
Since March, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted nearly every aspect of university life. As a self-sustaining organization, University Residences has been severely impacted, facing close to $30 million in lost revenue. We’ve closed dining locations and altered operations substantially. We also put decisions about the future of dining on hold while the university worked to address the enormous logistic and financial challenges of pandemic operations.
Western Washington University is hosting two online events as part of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, which is an annual program designed to raise awareness about the problems of hunger and homelessness in the United States.
Western Washington University reminds employees that they will continue to work remotely unless they have been identified as critical employees or covered under a University department reopening plan.
Please join Student Outreach Services on Monday, Nov. 9, at an online Zoom event to Celebrate WWU's First-Generation College Students.
Looking for post-election support but can’t make it til later in the day? The Washington State Employee Assistance Program is offering 45-minute sessions that allow you can share the emotional impact of the elections and the actions you can take to manage your response to the impact, and hear about some of the resources available to support your well-being.
Life insurance is a cost-effective way to protect your family and your finances. It helps ensure short- and long-term financial obligations could be met if something unexpected happens to you.
The PEBB Program is offering a one-time opportunity to apply for or increase your supplemental life insurance coverage with simplified enrollment.
SAVE THE DATE! This year Student Outreach Services will host an on-line celebration for first-generation college students on Monday, Nov. 9, as the traditional day to celebrate, Nov. 8, falls on a Sunday. The event will run from 1:30-3 p.m., and Student Outreach Services invites WWU colleagues to join in the celebration via Zoom.
The University Honors Program invites proposals for not fewer than 18 seminars to be offered during the 2021-2022 academic year. Honors Seminars are junior/senior-level courses and may be on any subject; interdisciplinary proposals are strongly encouraged. Seminars are small, highly interactive, with a limit of 15 students, focusing on discussion, paper writing, problem solving, or group projects. Except in rare cases, the program cannot accept proposals for team-taught classes.