To help answer questions and hear concerns about summer and fall operations, President Mary Cullinan invites you to join her, executive leadership and campus experts for a virtual town hall focused on campus preparedness and plans for fall.
Faculty, staff, alumni and friends of Eastern can get award-winning Washington wines made by Eagles, for Eagles, all in support of Alumni Legacy Scholarships.
We are deeply disappointed with the recent announcement by the Department of Homeland Security that bars international students from remaining in the U.S. if their courses are online. We join other institutions around the country in urging the Department of Homeland Security to reconsider this heartless decision.
Eastern Washington University announced Monday that all courses scheduled during the second summer session will be delivered fully online. The second session begins on Monday, July 20 and ends on Friday, August 14.
Timing is everything, and that couldn’t be more true for Teal Delys, whose determination to pursue a dream helped her land the job she wanted, in the city she wanted––just as a pandemic was about to shut down the economy and job market.
Face masks or cloth facial coverings will continue to be required for every employee not working alone, and for those in public settings where social distancing measures are hard to maintain.