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Friday, August 5 All day
Join “Well Read Cougs”

Well Read Cougs is completely FREE and open to all WSU alumni and friends. Together we will read a book every ten weeks and participate in an online discussion space with the freedom to participate as much as you like, whenever it fits into your schedule, and from wherever.

Tuesday, August 9 All day
Get to Know the Disney College Program
Careers / Jobs

Come join Recruiters with Disney Programs Recruitment Team, for a virtual engagement session where they will help you learn more about the Disney College Program and discuss the living, learning and earning components offered. These 30-minute sessions aims to inform you about the Disney College Program, answer your questions and get you excited to learn more about this opportunity of a lifetime!

Wednesday, August 10 @10 am
Experience FAST – Information Session
Careers / Jobs

We are excited for you to join us for a presentation to learn more about FAST and the opportunities we have available. We will cover what we do at FAST, the skills that make a FASTie successful, relocation, and more!

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Friday, August 19 @10 am
University Convocation 2022
Beasley Coliseum

At University Convocation, presented by BECU, faculty and staff will welcome you to the Cougar Family, introduce you to academic and community leaders, and help you get off to a good start in your first semester.

Friday, August 19 @6 pm
College of Medicine White Coat Ceremony
Off Campus

The White Coat Ceremony signifies the beginning of a student doctor’s journey as a medical professional. When the white coat is placed on their shoulders, they are committing to prioritize compassionate, collaborative, and scientifically excellent care from the very first day.

Friday, August 26 @10 am
WSU Rural, Remote & Underserved Public Health Research Symposium

Explore strengths and gaps within current WSU research activities designed to expand knowledge of public health issues and/or seeking to improve the health and wellness of those living in rural, remote and underserved communities, domestically and around the globe.

Friday, August 26 @11 am
Introduction to ProtoCall+ — New Mental Health Services for WSU Students

All Washington State University students, no matter their location, will soon have access to a suite of mental health resources including after-hours crisis counseling, self-help resources, an online referral network, and peer support. The resources will become available to students in the coming weeks as part of an expanded partnership WSU has with ProtoCall, a national company that provides a 24-hour behavioral health call center and an array of digital products.