September 24, 2014
Western Oregon University
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New policy goes into effect in fall for all students, visitors, staff
The tobacco-free policy was signed by then President Mark Weiss on May 18.
An announcement was expected Tuesday, but has been delayed until Thursday.
Four finalists visiting Monmouth campus starting this week
After reading 45 applications for the post, four finalists were chosen to make campus visits, starting Wednesday (today) and continuing through Tuesday.
The candidates will visit campus for a series of interviews beginning Wednesday.
Student group is pitching idea
Students in the Community and Family Health Organization club at Western Oregon University are asking: Should WOU be smoke- or tobacco-free?
Western Oregon University’s graduation rates have increased, but remain below a 50 percent completion mark in six years.
Join Western Oregon’s Chamber Singers for a brunch and concert.
The next president, who will replace retiring WOU president Mark Weiss, is slated to start July 1, 2015, at the same time the inaugural WOU Board of Trustees will assume authority over the university.
New board of trustees start work on July 1, 2015, to guide Western’s future advancement
WOU becomes an independent public university effective July 1, 2015, which is when this newly confirmed board gains governance authority.