Puget Sound President R. Franklin Thompson stands with President John F. Kennedy at a convocation ceremony convened jointly with Pacific Lutheran University on September 27, 1963, at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma.
Groundbreaking ceremony for Kilworth Chapel, 1967
Professor Frank Danes helps a student with a physics project.
Thompson Hall replaced Howarth Hall as the university's science and math building in 1967.
Institution renamed University of Puget Sound to reflect the addition of graduate programs and increased enrollment (January).
Schiff Hall, Smith Hall, and six Union Avenue houses completed.
Study Abroad program begins.
Baker Stadium completed.
University increases number of community houses it owns to 16.
Enrollment exceeds 2,000 (full-time equivalent) for first time.
Trustee William Kilworth passes away, leaving University money to build a New England-style chapel.
Faculty Senate created.
McIntyre Hall completed.
Kilworth Chapel and Thompson Hall completed.
Students demand creation of dean of students position. Board establishes University Council, composed of student, faculty, administration, and alumni representatives, to "develop and review the primary policies of the University" for recommendation to the board.