Monday, February 27, 2012

Survey lets your voice be heard

If you've been invited to participate in the NSSE survey, and haven't filled it out yet, please do. This is a unique opportunity to help Washington State University and WSU Online improve the student experience.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Student government has new website

DSC_6691The ASWSU-Online, WSU’s student government, has just launched a new website.

The design makes it easier to find out about great upcoming events, like the Tacoma Rendezvous, shown above, and the spring pregraduation parties.

It also outlines the advantages of joining your student government. Please have a look.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

WSU seeks Student Regent candidates

sgc logoThere’s never been a WSU Online student on the Board of Regents. Here’s your chance to be the first.

The board is the governing body for Washington State University. It sets policy for the university president and administration regarding the direction of WSU.

The Student Regent represents all WSU students and holds full rights and voting privileges, with the exception of votes on matters relating to the hiring, discipline, or tenure of faculty members and personnel.

Please go to the website for more information and to apply.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Free WSU Fight Song ringtone

Add some spirit to your ringtone with thiscdnet.myxer.com cool gift from your Alumni Association. Just go to the webpage to download it. Then, when you’re in a meeting and your phone rings, you can say, “Sorry, gotta take this. It’s Butch. He might have got his tail stuck in the car door again.”

And while you’re feeling all crimson and gray, check out the other great benefits of joining the WSU Alumni Association. Coming up this month are an absinthe tasting party in Bothell and the Spring Cougar Crawl in Seattle. These events, according to the calendar, are unrelated. 

Friday, February 3, 2012

Quick look at the 28 new Coug players

leachWashington State University Head Coach Mike Leach has announced the names of the 28 newest Cougar football players. They include 11 offensive/defensive linemen, five linebackers, five wide receivers, three safeties, two running backs, one quarterback and a kicker.

Here are the names and profiles of the players.