Help Keep WSU Vancouver’s Campus Beautiful.
Washington State University Vancouver is hosting its annual Cougar Pride Days on April 16 and 17. Cougar Pride Days at WSU Vancouver is a time when students, faculty, staff, alumni and campus neighbors come together to demonstrate their Cougar Pride by volunteering for clean-up projects on the landmark campus.
Cougar Pride Days has historic roots dating back to the early part of the 20th century. Originally called “Campus Days,” it was a time in Washington State University’s history when trees were planted, sidewalks were built and the appearance of the campus was improved. It helped establish school spirit and Cougar Pride. Today the tradition continues.
Cougar Pride Days projects on April 16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. include: boardwalk construction, Mill Creek preservation and trail enhancement, sprucing up Butch and office spring cleaning. Outdoor project volunteers may check in at the Facilities Operations building.
Cougar Pride Days projects April 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. include: painting the barn (weather permitting) and Mill Creek preservation and trail enhancement. Volunteers may check in at the Gray 5 parking lot.
Dress appropriately for the weather. Gloves are provided, but remember to wear your boots. For a list of projects and more information contact Facilities Operations at 360-546-9000 or visit WSU Vancouver Cougar Pride.