Dear Eagle Family and Friends, We have reached the end of another academic year at Eastern Washington University, our 139th year of serving students and our region. While pandemic-related challenges have made this year a year unlike any other, the university capped things off with an outstanding commencement ceremony this past Saturday. We graduated more than 3,300 students we are now proud to call EWU alumni and Eagles for Life! The end of the academic terms doesn’t mean that everything stops, especially in the environment we now find ourselves navigating. Academic programs will be continuing through summer school — with some semester programs already well [...]
EWU interim President David May hosted a panel discussion on Tuesday, June 8, to address key topics related to vaccinations with department chairs and program directors.
Eastern partners with CHAS to host clinic as university promotes innovative "EagsVaxUp" program to raise awareness and provide incentives.
David Mays message to campus on athletics, program review and budget.
Dear Eagle Family and Friends, So many exciting things are happening as we approach the end of the academic year, but I would like to highlight one celebration in particular that the EWU community is proud to be a part of. May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage (AAPI) Month and I want to thank members of the AAPI Planning Committee for coordinating a host of great events and activities to commemorate this special time. I am especially proud of their thoughtful work on how members of the community can step up and help stop Anti-Asian/Asian American hate and racism. [...]
May reiterates high expectation everyone is vaccinated. Dear Faculty and Staff, As we wind down this historic academic year and prepare to celebrate our second virtual commencement, we continue to work each day to make the return to in-person classes this fall as successful as possible. This is why I want to reaffirm EWU’s commitment to public health, and to restate that vaccinations are the key to getting to where we need to be for 2021-22. Vaccines are safe, very effective, and the university’s expectation is clear – in order to return to in-person instruction this fall, we need everyone to be fully [...]