Provides support to faculty advisors and resources for students and recent alumni as they make academic plans.
Howarth 114, 253.879.3250, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dean of the University, Associate Deans' Office, academic information and services.
Jones 111, 253.879.3205, email@example.com
Access Programs are designed to expand college opportunities and success for youth traditionally under-represented in higher education; encourage academic success for these under-represented students; and improve the retention of those students who choose to attend the University of Puget Sound.
Howearth 215A, 253.879.3927, firstname.lastname@example.org
A part of the Center for Writing, Learning, & Teaching that provides program access and appropriate support services to individuals with disabilities.
Howarth 103A, 253.879.3395, email@example.com
Payments to faculty, staff and vendors (accounts payable and payroll), accounting, budgeting, tax, analytical and financial reporting services.
Jones 018, 253.879.3224
Information and services for prospective students.
Jones 115, 253.879.3211, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students in the African American Studies Program acquire a basic knowledge of African American and other African diasporic experiences.
Jones 300, 253.879.3372, email@example.com
Programs, services, and events for alumni and parents.
Jones 102, 253.879.3245, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Art Department offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in Studio Art and Art History.
Kittredge 117, 253.879.2806, email@example.com
The Asian Languages and Cultures (ALC) Program, a component of the Asian Studies Program, offers majors, minors and courses of interest to all undergraduates at Puget Sound.
Wyatt 110, 253.879.2995
The Asian Studies Program provides courses on Asian cultures, civilizations, and societies, in a broad range that includes East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, as electives for all students.
Wyatt 110, 253.879.2995
Student government, better known as ASUPS.
Wheelock Student Center
Varsity sports, athletic facilities, intramurals, and more.
Memorial Fieldhouse 202, 253.879.3140
The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Program is interdisciplinary, with foundations in Chemistry and Biology.
Biochemistry, Thompson 355J, 253.879.3957, firstname.lastname@example.org
Molecular Biology, Thompson 223J, 253.879.8593, email@example.com