Advising program for students considering a profession in law.
Howarth 108B, 253.879.3569, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jones 109, 253.879.3201
Print & Copy Services provides digital printing for departments, clubs, and personal projects for all faculty, staff, students, and neighbors; provides stationery order processing (letterhead, envelopes, and business cards); manages and provides support for Konica Minolta copiers placed around campus.
3210 N. 15th St., 253.879.3737, email@example.com
Psychology is the study of human thought and behavior. The psychology faculty and curriculum represent many of the major subdisciplines in psychology (e.g., development, clinical, cognition, learning, sensation, perception, biopsychology, personality, social, and industrial-organizational).
Weyerhaeuser 307, 253.879.3307
Information regarding School of Music concerts, Norton Clapp Theatre productions, Kittredge Gallery exhibits, ArtsVenture outings, lectures, and other campus events.
Communications House, 253.879.3582, 253.879.3555, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Race and Pedagogy Initiative is a collaboration of the University of Puget Sound and the South Sound community, which educates students and teachers at all levels to think critically about race and to act to eliminate racism.
Howarth 209C, 253.879.2435, email@example.com
Course registration, credit transfer, athletic eligibility, transcripts, and other university records.
Jones 013, 253.879.3217, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Religion seeks to help students understand the nature and importance of the world's great religious traditions in historical context and to glimpse some of the profound questions and answers about human nature and destiny that these traditions offer.
Wyatt 137, 253.879.3745
Student housing applications and services.
3209 N. 15th St., 253.879.3317, email@example.com
Science and technology are not isolated activities: they are inextricably linked to every other aspect of human experience. Science and technology have important connections to literature, philosophy, religion, art, economics, and to social and political history. Science, Technology, and Society courses explore the connections between the sciences and other parts of the human endeavor.
Thompson 165, 253.879.3127
Serves the safety, security and parking needs of the campus community.
3206 N. 15th St., 253.879.3311
The Slater Museum of Natural History provides a collection of specimens to be used for research and education.
Thompson 295, 253.879.3356, firstname.lastname@example.org
The disciplines of sociology and anthropology provide the foundation for an integrated curriculum in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Puget Sound.
McIntyre 213, 253.879.3136
The department of Spirituality, Service, and Social Justice fosters spiritual growth and wholeness during each person’s years of living and learning at the university.
Wheelock Student Center 203, 253.879.2751, email@example.com
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, firstname.lastname@example.org