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While the June 1 confirmation date has passed, if you were admitted for fall quarter you can still confirm your enrollment.

 

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There is no higher priority than the safety of our students, faculty, and staff. Considering the challenges presented by the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, Western Washington University is… Read more about Can you give to support the Student Emergency Fund?

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The twin crises of the COVID-19 pandemic and the struggle for racial justice have converged in recent months to place American institutions, both public and private, under tremendous stress.… Read more about Has America Made Racial Progress Over the Last 50 Years? - Ralph Munro

Industrial Design student Ben Lorimore's Novella project

Students from Western’s Industrial Design program are showcasing their work in junior and senior online shows featuring everything from therapeutic lighting concepts to app design.   This year… Read more about Western Industrial Design students' work on display in 2020 junior and senior shows

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After serving Western and the Communication Studies department for over two decades, Department Manager Ann Reynolds will log off for the last time on Friday, Aug. 7.  Reynolds first came to… Read more about After 23 Years at Western, Communication Studies Department Manager Ann Reynolds to Retire Aug. 7 

Western and Climate Change

10 stories about how Western's faculty, staff and students are working to make a difference in the most existential threat facing the global community today.