Last spring, Eastern Washington University administration and the Board of Trustees approved a reorganization of the university’s colleges from seven to four. The new college structure will go into effect on July 1, 2021.
David May, EWU's interim president, announced on Tuesday that the university is planning for the possibility of returning to mostly in-person instruction this fall.
The president will host a virtual COVID-19 town hall at noon today to discuss upcoming plans, the vaccine rollout and more. Eastern health experts will also be there to share their expertise and answer questions. (Above photo: David Line, director of EWU's Public Health Program, receives the COVID-19 vaccine.)
The Office for Diversity and Inclusion is pleased to announce its next two monthly offerings in the Diversity Essentials series, which are open to all members of the campus community.
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.
Amy Tan, best known for her work "The Joy Luck Club," is virtually visiting EWU for a reading and conversation on Friday, Jan. 22.