A new donor to EWU recognizes the potential in Eastern students and has signed on to help support those who show the moxie it takes to earn a degree. The Krumble Foundation, a Spokane charitable organization, has generously pledged $1.35 million in scholarship support to ensure more students see graduation day.
The year 2020 was unlike any other in Eastern Washington University’s history. But amid the challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Eastern community remained Eagle Strong.
While limited to only string players this year due to the pandemic, the EWU Orchestra will record all four of Antonio Vivaldi's "The Seasons" concertos. Click to enjoy the first video just in time for the holidays.
During each Board of Trustee meeting, students are spotlighted to showcase how wonderful Eastern students really are—especially when they have to overcome the challenges of online learning during a pandemic.
Being Eagle Strong means adapting to change. Eastern Eagles have shown that strength again and again during the coronavirus pandemic, including math education students who learned a whole new style of teaching while also helping the community.
The generous gifts will provide scholarship support and ensure students stay Eagle Strong during these difficult times.