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Law and Justice department, located on the 3rd floor of Farrell Hall.
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CWU Law and Justice Objective
Support the Department of Law and Justice: The CWU Foundation and Alumni Association is accepting donations for the Women in Law Enforcement Scholarship Fund and the Law and Justice Department Fund. For more information or to contribute to either of these funds, visit this page.
All contributions to the CWU Foundation are tax deductible to the extent provided by IRS regulations. Thank you for supporting the CWU Foundation. As required by law, the CWU Foundation is registered with the Washington State Charities Program and financial information may be obtained by calling 800-332-4483 or 360-725-0378. Central Washington University is an AA/EEO/Title IX Institution. For accommodation: [email protected].
Front Office Hours
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Mon – Friday: 8am – 5pm
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Spring Quarter 2020 Schedule
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Summer Schedule 2020
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Fall Schedule 2020
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Ryan Thompson Memorial Endowed Scholarship Created at CWU
Central Washington University Alumni Association Board of Directors, along with members of the CWU Campus Police department have established an endowed scholarship fund in honor of alumnus and former CWU police officer Ryan Thompson, who was recently killed in the line of duty as a Kittitas County Sheriff Deputy.
The Ryan Thompson Memorial Endowed Scholarship will provide financial aid to students attending CWU who are pursuing a career in law enforcement—with a preference given to students who are themselves dependents of law enforcement personnel.
“We felt it was very important for Ryan’s memory and legacy to be preserved in perpetuity here at Central,” said CWU Alumni Association President Dan Nicklaus. “Not only for the person that he was, but also for the example of leadership and service that he will continue to be for CWU students for decades to come.”
“Ryan was a friend, colleague, and an important part of the CWU and greater Kittitas County community,” said CWU Campus Police Chief Jason Berthon-Koch. “We are delighted to partner with the CWU Alumni Association to make sure his contributions and sacrifice are never forgotten.”
Additional contributions in Ryan’s memory can be made to the Ryan Thompson Memorial Endowed Scholarship by visiting https://www.engage.cwu.edu or by calling 509.963.2160.
Media contact: Dawn Alford, Department of Public Affairs, 509-963-1484, [email protected].
To give to the Ryan Thomson Memorial Endowed Scholarship, please visit our give page and select the ‘Ryan Thompson Memorial Endowed Scholarship’ as the designated fund.