"Western and higher education institutions across the country have a moral imperative to expand access to higher education, particularly for students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds. But we have an added responsibility that goes beyond access; we need to ensure success is attainable for all students as well. Advancing access and success for all students is one of the most courageous and concrete ways to ensure equity, inclusion, and opportunity."Sabah RandhawaWestern Washington University President
Dear WWU Faculty & Staff,
In a year that has been unlike any other we have ever experienced, I am very grateful for how our students, faculty, staff, alumni and supporters have responded.
We managed the human, social and economic dimensions of the past year quite well and we delivered on our mission as best as we could,…
Dear WWU Community,
Following a nationwide search, I am pleased to announce that Kim O’Neill will join Western Washington University as our new Vice President for University Advancement and CEO of the WWU Foundation effective July 1. Kim currently serves as Associate Vice President of Advancement at Texas Tech University in Lubbock,…
Dear Western Community,
On Juneteenth 2020, the Black Student Organization (BSO) delivered a set of demands to the Associated Students executive board and to university administration. At the time, we acknowledged that we can and must do more to create lasting institutional changes needed to achieve more equitable outcomes in education…