Cougs stay home, stay healthy
Effective immediately, Governor Inslee announced a Stay Home, Stay Healthy order. This order requires everyone in the state to stay home except for essential activities such as grocery shopping, or going to medical appointments and pharmacies.

WSU will remain open on a limited basis in accordance with Governor Inslee’s order. At this time, we are providing only limited dining services as outlined on the Dining Services website. Cougar Health Services will remain open and students must call ahead to make any appointments. Students who find themselves in critical situations may contact the Office of the Dean of Students.

You must adhere to Governor Inslee’s orders and stay home.

If you are currently in Pullman and you are living in a university-owned residence hall or apartment, you may stay there.

If you are not currently in Pullman and have been living in a university-owned residence hall or apartment, you do not need to move your belongings, cancel your contract, or check out at this time. Your belongings can stay in university-owned residence halls and apartments for the time being.

Expect additional communication on Wednesday, including information about housing and dining (RDA) refunds/credits.

Thank you for keeping yourself and our Cougar Community healthy.

Mary Jo Gonzales
Vice President of Student Affairs

Washington State University
Division of Student Affairs, Washington State University
PO Box 641066, Pullman WA 99164-1066, 509-335-453

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