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Earthwork artist Stan Herd created the BECU crop mural outside of Pullman.

Working the fields: earthwork artists design WSU crop mural

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter August 22, 2021

As the Cougs roll back into Pullman for the fall semester, they will be able to see this year's BECU crop mural etched into the side of a field by earthwork artist Stan Herd.  Herd said he is responsible...

“We want to hear the inspiring truth of our applicants,” says Marissa Verzosa, BECU senior community engagement specialist. 

Scholarships available through BECU Foundation

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter January 22, 2021

The BECU Foundation is currently accepting applications for its annual scholarships through Feb. 26.  The foundation is a nonprofit focused on providing scholarships to student members of BECU,...

Kelly Demand and her team looked through grant applications. She said they cut back on the documentation required to file an application.

Crimson Community Grants provide emergency funding for students

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter July 23, 2020

Nearly 800 students received funding from the Crimson Community Grant project, which distributed more than $500,000 worth of funding in partnership with BECU. Each recipient was given between $200 and...

Project director for Crimson Community Grants Kelly Demand, center, said there is no deadline to apply for aid but encourages students to apply when they have need.

Emergency grant to help students during COVID-19

ANGELICA RELENTE, Evergreen editor-in-chief March 30, 2020

WSU students who are facing a financial emergency amid the COVID-19 pandemic can receive additional funding through the Crimson Community Grants. “Our definition of ‘emergency’ is really any...

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