Texting Notification

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WSU Tri-Cities has a texting notification program to communicate with students efficiently and effectively regarding matters that affect their academic success, health and wellbeing and other critical information.

The WSU Tri-Cities text messaging program is viewed as a supplemental means of communication, rather than a primary communication tool. Students should check their WSU email for primary communication.

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As a WSU student, you may receive texts from the University regarding emergencies (however, this messaging will be primarily sent out through WSU Alerts), health and safety, academic success and other mission-critical reminders. Texting is not to be used as the primary means of communication, but may be used to supplement email and other official communication.

You have the right to opt-out of receiving texts by replying to the individual sender or through myWSU: Self Service>Campus Personal Information>Notification Preferences and un-checking the “Enable SMS Notifications” checkbox. Or, you can open the myWSU Campus Mobile App and go to the “Profile” section and turn off “Enable SMS.”

If you are receiving unwanted text messages from WSU, please send an email to provost@wsu.edu.

Learn more about WSU’s texting policy at provost.wsu.edu/text-messaging.