Miss that inspired feeling you had walking out of your classes or meetings with professors? Use the below resources to reignite your passion for Logger learning!

In Your Area

  • Alumni EventsUpcoming Regional events all over the country. At a LoggersKeepLearning event, alumni enjoy a presentation by a Puget Sound professor over drinks, hors d'oeurves, and conversation with fellow alumni in your area. Find an event near you!
  • Hear What You Missed: Listen to audio recordings from past regional events and more.


On Campus

  • Alumni CollegeClick here to view the Alumni College 2014 website and to read about the exciting classes that were taught this summer.  
  • Arts & Lectures: There are always fascinating lectures and performances happening on campus. Check out what's going on!
  • Faculty Scholarship: Logger professors are constantly publishing on all kinds of new and interesting topics!  Keep learing by following their scholarship.

Campus Resources and Benefits

  • Attend a Class:Contact the academic department offering the class prior to attending. Visit academic department Web pages for contact information, or call campus information at 253.879.3100 to request the phone number of the academic department.
  • Audit a Course: Alumni may audit (no credit earned) one class per semester, space permitting. It is free of charge; registration information and dates for the audit program are available from the Registrar's Office on the garden level of Jones Hall, 253.879.3217.
  • Library Services: As a graduate you are welcome to use the resources available at Collins Memorial Library. You may request an Alumni Card, which allows you to check out materials from the library.




Featured faculty

Dan Sherman, Environmental Policy and Decision Making

Dan Sherman, assistant professor of environmental policy and decision making, teaches courses in U.S. environmental politics and policy, including “Applied Environmental Politics and Agenda Setting,” “Forest Policy in the Pacific Northwest, and “Environment and Society.” His research interests include

state and local environmental movements, hazardous and radioactive waste

disposal, environmental justice, agenda setting, and implementation of the

National Environmental Policy Act. Sherman Dan is the founding director

of the Sound Policy Institute, a new initiative to engage the university with

regional stakeholders on environmental issues. He serves on the university's
Sustainability Advisory Committee and has coordinated several faculty workshops on the integration of sustainability across the curriculum.