Online grad creates WSU Online’s first endowed scholarship
Only a rare Seattle blizzard could delay her from becoming a Cougar. And not for long. Leaving Washington State University Pullman to follow her husband to the West Side was a mere hiccup. Nancy Krook took classes at Skagit Valley College, then enrolled at Western Washington University. The 30-mile drive to Western didn’t deter her. Neither did having courses at 9 a.m., 1 p.m., and 7 p.m. Neither did raising two small daughters. She even convinced the administration to let her apply her credits toward a WSU diploma.