The coronavirus pandemic has impacted all of Western's students, with opportunities to travel and learn being severely curtailed. Nathan Mathis and Kyle Peters are both members of the nationally ranked WWU Men's Rugby program, and both had been awarded $7,500 scholarships to attend the prestigious Crusaders Rugby Academy in Christchurch, New Zealand this summer. Sadly, the travel bans due to the COVID-19 outbreak have canceled those plans.
Dear Faculty and Staff,
From the Whatcom County Health Department regarding the county moving to Phase 2:
So What’s New in Phase 2?
Reopening is a dialing back of restrictions that gives individuals and businesses time to adjust and make sure we can all stay safe.
Phase 2 of reopening means:
This is a notice that a Labor Condition Application (LCA) has been filed with the Department of Labor by Western Washington University.
Anna Carey, the longtime director of New Student Services at Western who started at the university in 1990, passed away on May 14 after a brief bout with pancreatic cancer. She retired in 2015 after 25 years at Western.
Western will soon be transitioning all Zoom Pro licenses to a university site license for Zoom. The move will change Zoom logins to single sign-on using email@example.com and the WWU password for authentication. Along with easier access, the site license increases security of online meetings and storage capacity for cloud recordings.
This June marks the 100th anniversary of the first federally funded program to assist people with disabilities who had not acquired their disabilities as a result of serving in the military.
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,