The mission of the School of Business and Leadership is to provide students with a unique and innovative business education that prepares them for success as leaders in a complex and dynamic global environment.
McIntyre 111, 253.879.3153, firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Services encompasses the Bookstore, Dining & Conference Services, Mail Services, and Security Services.
Work study, internships, cooperative education, resume and interview preparation, and more.
Howarth 101, 253.879.3161, email@example.com
Catering for on- or off-campus events.
Wheelock Student Center 240, 253.879.2785, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinates volunteer activities for the campus community.
3219 N. 13th St., 253.879.2751, email@example.com
Peer tutoring in writing across the curriculum and in subject-specific content, classes and workshops, academic counseling, faculty teaching and learning resources, and foreign language proficiency assessments.
Howarth 105, 253.879.3395, firstname.lastname@example.org
Writing and subject tutoring appointments: Howarth 109, 253.879.3404, email@example.com
Spiritual life of the campus community.
The Center for Intercultural and Civic Engagement, 253.879.2751, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chemistry Department offers a broad-based curriculum designed to meet the needs of a variety of students, from those taking only one or two chemistry courses in order to broaden their liberal arts background to those majoring in chemistry in preparation for a career in the chemical sciences.
Thompson 355, 253.879.2848, email@example.com
The Civic Scholarship Project supports programs that join together the south Puget Sound region and the University of Puget Sound's faculty and students in projects of mutual concern.
The pioneer of the interdisciplinary approach, the field of Classics encompasses the languages, literature, philosophy, and history of the Mediterranean from the second millennium BC to the fifth century AD. The Classics Department presents as wide a range of courses as possible in this diverse but fundamentally unified field.
Wyatt 139, 253.879.3781
All activities related to commencement.
Jones 102, 253.879.3245, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students majoring in Communication Studies examine the human, social, political, institutional, and mediated dimensions of human communication practices and processes.
Jones 300, 253.879.3334
Arches alumni magazine, photographer, media relations, publications, graphic design, and Web manager.
Communications House, 253.879.3298
Provides services and information to the extended campus community, including neighbors sharing our residential neighborhood and the broader community.
Howarth 209, 253.879.3530, email@example.com
A year-round program that provides non-credit musical instruction to students of all ages and skill levels.
Music 113, 253.879.3575, firstname.lastname@example.org