Offices & Services


The English Department aims to promote critical thinking, historical awareness, and effective communication through the study of literature and writing.
Wyatt 335, 253.879.3235

Environmental Policy and Decision Making

The Environmental Policy and Decision Making Program is an interdisciplinary minor program designed to help students integrate their major area of study with an understanding of how individual and collective decisions interact with the environment.
Wyatt 333, 253.879.2862

Exercise Science

The mission of the Department of Exercise Science is to deliver a program that applies the scientific foundations of human movement to help graduates understand the complex relationships among work, physical activity, health, and realizing human potential.
Weyerhaeuser 325, 253.879.2894

Experiential Learning at Puget Sound

Our expectation and aspiration is that every student who graduates from Puget Sound will have developed a coherent experience that builds and integrates a meaningful set of experiential learning activities in preparation for a successful and fulfilling personal, civic, and professional life.

Jones 012, 253.879.3332,

Financial Aid

Coordinates student applications for financial assistance, including scholarships, loans, and student employment.
Jones 019, 253.879.3214, 800.396.7192,

French Studies

The French Studies Department offers distinct majors that combine the study of language, culture and literature with international affairs, communications, music, theater and art, as well as a minor.
Wyatt 233, 253.879.3186,

Gender Studies

As the home to one of the nation's first Women's Studies programs, the University of Puget Sound has a long tradition of exploring issues pertaining to gender and sexuality. The current Gender Studies program enriches and expands the college's curriculum by illuminating the ways in which gender and multiple other converging axes of identity frame every aspect of life.
Wyatt 333, 253.879.2649


The Geology Department at Puget Sound consists of five faculty members and roughly 25 majors. Our size enables us to offer a broad spectrum of classes while at the same time maintaining a close-knit and collegial learning environment.
Thompson 117, 253.879.3814,

German Studies

n the age of globalization, the cultural experience of the migrant is defining more and more what it means to be human. This is why the German Studies faculty believes that sustained immersion in a different culture is essential to a modern education, regardless of major. 
Wyatt 233, 253.879.3186,

Grants Office

Provides resources to assist in procuring grant funds to support research, programs, projects, and initiatives to achieve the university's mission.
Jones 219, 253.879.3610,