WSU Students Can Explore Online Instruction As A Possible Option If They Want To Stay Home After Thanksgiving

Washington State University students will be able to explore remote instruction as a possible option for the rest of the semester.

WSU Pullman Chancellor Elizabeth Chilton issued a statement on Tuesday regarding student safety following the murder of four University of Idaho students in Moscow.  Chilton says that students are welcome to explore alternative course delivery options with their instructors.  WSU Spokesman Phil Weiler has clarified that remote online instruction is one option that students can explore with faculty if they want to stay home after Thanksgiving.  Weiler says there are a variety of options for those students and that the institution will be flexible to ensure student success.  The last two weeks of the semester starts on Monday.

You can read Chilton’s statement here https://from.wsu.edu/wsu-pullman/2022/student-safety-resources/email.html?fbclid=IwAR1O8ro5kp49uKixrevrcX-XKzBPyMKokd-QDNR8l7w95GkYQsQhFUGWqRQ