Welcome to My Story, Class Notes for Cougs!

Publish updates for your fellow alumni of Washington State University, post pictures and other media, leave comments, or find some of your classmates from WSU.

How does it work? Follow the steps below to get started.

1 Register with My Story or login if you’ve already got a password.

Like our old Class Notes system, the only required information is a real name, class year, degree and valid e-mail address. We won’t publish your e-mail address in the print magazine or on My Story (unless you choose to show it in Privacy Settings).

When you register, you can also add more optional information for your profile.

2 Customize your profile.

Go to “Profile Settings” up in the top right corner after you log in. You can update your profile, add photos, write notes, and change your password.

While you’re on Profile Settings, you can choose a privacy level for your information: hidden, visible only to registered My Story users, or visible to the whole world.

You can also set your profile pictures. We have a “Now” and “Then” feature, so you can put a recent pic and a photo from your college days.

3 Write notes and post pictures.

After you set up your profile, you may want to publish a new class note. You can also upload photos and other media. After you finish your note, add Categories and Tags.

You can then preview, save a draft, or just publish right away. You can also edit notes you’ve already written.

To write a quick note, click “Write a note” at the top of each page.

Finding Cougs

As more WSU alums add their Class Notes, you’ll be able to search from the top of each page, or browse each decade from the left sidebar.

You can write comments on any note if you are logged in. There’s also an option to share any note on Facebook.

Class Notes in Washington State Magazine

We will continue to publish short versions of class notes in the print edition of Washington State Magazine. So if  you post a note here on My Story, a summarized version may appear in a future print issue.

Contact us

If you have questions or suggestions, please contact us. My Story is a service of Washington State Magazine and Washington State University.

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