All creatures, far and near
Working through it
How you can help during the COVID-19 pandemic
It’s a familiar promise around WSU: Cougs help Cougs.
There a number of ways to fulfill that promise during the COVID-19 pandemic, from supporting students to giving your time. And we can expand that generosity to our communities, as well. Below are a few suggestions of places and ways you might be able to help out.
Each WSU campus has a Student Emergency Fund to help students struggling during this crisis.
The pandemic is taking an economic toll as well, so you may want to support scholarships.
On a mission
Rolovich pays it forward
Facing the challenge
Peace Corps volunteers from WSU
About 1,000 WSU alumni have served as Peace Corps volunteers since the 1960s. Here are just a few of their stories.
Tanzania, 2012 to 2014
Zoë Campbell studied in Madagascar during college, earning a degree in biology. “I always wanted to be Jane Goodall,” she says.
She graduated in spring 2009, near the official end of the Great Recession, and wasn’t finding work she was completely passionate about. So, “It seemed like a good time to go and have a bit … » More …