More than 750 students graduate from Western at Fall Commencement

Alaska attorney Mark Choate, a Western Washington University alumnus, addressed WWU graduates and their families at the Fall Commencement ceremony on Saturday in Carver Gymnasium. About 758 undergraduate and 32 master’s students graduated from Western; congratulations Vikings!    WWU images by Dan Levine

President Sabah Randhawa issues statement on Governor Inslee's budget

Governor Jay Inslee's operating and capital budget proposals for the upcoming 2019-21 biennium that were released on Thursday are very encouraging for Western and for public higher education as a whole. And, because public higher education is one of the most powerful means for creating social and economic opportunity, this is great news for the people of Washington. 

2018 WWU Employee Commute Trip Reduction Survey Report

Vehicle emissions account for nearly half the harmful greenhouse gases released in our state, and in 1991, the Washington State Legislature passed the Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) Law to call on employers to encourage employees to drive alone less often, reduce carbon emissions, and keep the busiest commute routes flowing. The Employee CTR Survey was developed by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to help Washington State track any progress made toward reducing drive alone rates.

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