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Khadijah Butler (right) moved back home to Las Vegas mid-spring semester to help her mother (left) run errands so her mother  can avoid possible COVID-19 exposure.

Student feels ripple of financial hardships amid pandemic

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor March 4, 2021

One WSU senior counted on a Pell Grant to cover a chunk of her tuition, like in previous years. However, when she looked over her financial aid package this semester, she still had a $4,000 bill to pay. In...

Students should get tested before leaving Pullman for the holidays, WSU officials say.

WSU asks students to stay home after Thanksgiving break

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen deputy news editor November 19, 2020

WSU officials encouraged students who leave for Thanksgiving break not to return to Pullman to prevent the spread in a COVID-19 Town Hall 5 p.m. Wednesday. Students should plan to be home for two months...

Phil Weiler, vice president for marketing and communications, said the money awarded to each student ranged from $500 to $1,500 depending on their financial situation.

CARES Act funding split between students, university

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter May 20, 2020

WSU received $21.76 million from the CARES Act, and the money will be split between students and the university’s COVID-19 expenses.  Brian Dixon, assistant vice president of Student Financial Services,...

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