Many of your courses will use Blackboard for grade posting, instructor communication, learning materials, assignment submission, and more. Stop by Spark G10 – right across from Starbucks – to learn more.
All WSU courses are associated with a Blackboard course space for instructors to use as needed. For each of these training, we suggest you bring your own device to follow along. You can attend any session in Spark 102 (Pullman campus) or virtually.
People with disabilities are often underrepresented in entertainment media, education, health care, and transportation. While not all students at WSU have a disability, most students either know someone personally with a disability or will meet someone with a disability during their time at WSU.
Meet on the Glenn Terrell Mall at 1:30pm to be walked to your College or Department’s Kick-off Event. Please note that students joining the Carson College of Business are REQUIRED to attend this Academic College Kick-off Event.
With a focus on face-to-face classes, these sessions will cover how to address specific teaching and learning goals as well as ensuring your class progresses smoothly and uninterrupted using WSU classroom technologies.
WSU Pullman - Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)
If you are a student with transfer credit and you’d like to learn more about transfer-specific resources and services, including any questions about course evaluations, stop by the Transfer Resource Center to connect with the Transfer Clearinghouse staff. We will be providing food, refreshments, and activities to engage you with…