Town Halls

Town Halls provide an opportunity for the WSU community to engage with senior leadership and hear about achievements, updates, and initiatives taking place across the university system. Tackling topics such as enrollment, fundraising, and legislative priorities, the Town Halls will address campus-specific and system-wide areas of interest.

Looking Ahead: The 2022-23 Academic Year

This year, the university is in a unique and unprecedented position. After completing an internal restructuring as part of the OneWSU initiative, WSU is poised for success in key areas such as fundraising and legislative engagement.

President Schulz and WSU chancellors will provide insight on current objectives, discuss opportunities for growth, and field questions from Cougs at each of the campus locations over the course of nine zoom sessions.


Town Hall Schedule

WSU Everett

October 11, 10 a.m.
Everett Town Hall with President Schulz and Chancellor Pitre

WSU Global

October 24, 5:15 p.m.
Global Town Hall with President Schulz and Chancellor Cillay

WSU Pullman

December 13, 9 a.m., 4 p.m.
December 14, 12:00 p.m.
Pullman Town Hall with President Schulz and Chancellor Chilton

WSU Spokane

November 29, 9 a.m.
Spokane Town Hall with President Schulz and Chancellor DeWald

WSU Tri-Cities

November 30, 3 p.m.
Tri-Cities Town Hall with President Schulz and Chancellor Haynes

WSU Vancouver

November 16, 3 p.m.
Vancouver Town Hall with President Schulz and Chancellor Netzhammer

Town Hall Question Submission Form

Ask senior leadership all of your pressing questions regarding your WSU campus community, the system at large, and the state of higher education as it stands today. The president and your campus chancellor look forward to addressing them following a 40-minute joint presentation.

Name
Your questions can be campus-specific or relevant to the entire system. The president and campus chancellor will do their best to address all submitted questions at the end of their presentation.

2021 Town Halls

The traditional annual series provides faculty, staff and students throughout the WSU system with the opportunity to hear from and engage with university leaders.

Town Hall Schedule

Athletics

TBD
Webinar ID: 985 6393 3618
Passcode: 827779

College of Veterinary Medicine

TBD
Webinar ID: 985 6393 3618
Passcode: 827779

WSU Global

TBD
Webinar ID: 985 6393 3618
Passcode: 827779

WSU Vancouver

TBD
Webinar ID: 985 6393 3618
Passcode: 827779

2020 Town Halls

Learn more during Town Halls 2020, a series of 18 virtual get-togethers hosted this fall by President Kirk Schulz and Provost and Executive Vice President Elizabeth Chilton.

Town Hall Schedule

WSU Tri-Cities

September 28
3-4:00 p.m.

Town Hall Question Submission Form

Ask senior leadership all of your pressing questions regarding your WSU campus community, the system at large, and the state of higher education as it stands today. The president and your campus chancellor look forward to addressing them following a 40-minute joint presentation.

Name
Your questions can be campus-specific or relevant to the entire system. The president and campus chancellor will do their best to address all submitted questions at the end of their presentation.