The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers courses in support of students who need a general introduction to these fields and students who need specific tools and techniques in support of their own fields of study.
Plan and coordinate a variety of conferences, meetings, and events on campus.
Wheelock Student Center 001, 253.879.3483, email@example.com
Provides resources to assist in procuring grant funds to support research, programs, projects, and initiatives to achieve the university's mission.
Jones Hall, 253.879.3610, firstname.lastname@example.org
Counseling services, health care, wellness programs, insurance and immunization information, and more. CHWS is part of Student Affairs.
Wheelock Student Center 216, 253.879.1555, email@example.com
Student Affairs Department
Wheelock Student Center 208, 253.879.3360, firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Giving, Gift Planning, Corporations & Foundations, Stewardship & Donor Relations, and Advancement Services.
Jones 215, 253.879.8799
Information on Diversions café, the Diner, and the Cellar, including current menus, as well as information on catering and using campus facilities for conferences.
Wheelock Student Center 240, 253.879.3262
Works to implement diversity initiatives campus-wide.
Howarth 215, 253.879.2827, email@example.com
The mission of the Economics program is to educate undergraduates in the fundamental concepts and methods of economics and to help them become better informed and more productive citizens through enhanced understanding of the economic underpinnings of society.
McIntyre 213, 253.879.3136
The M.A.T. program is a carefully designed cohort program that requires a full-time commitment and your full engagement in the transformative process of becoming a teacher. The M.Ed. program leads to K-12 school counseling certification in Washington state and can be completed part-time, in the evenings.
Howarth 300, 253.879.3375, firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides services and resources to faculty, students and support staff in the use of technology and digital media services to enhance teaching, learning and research.
Collins Memorial Library Lower Level
Media Checkout Desk: 253.879.3963, email@example.com
Educational Technologist Desk: 253.879.3259, firstname.lastname@example.org
The university's emergency plans in case of a crisis or natural disaster.
To meet the educational needs of students interested in becoming engineers and who also want a significant liberal arts component to their education, the University of Puget Sound has responded with a Dual Degree Engineering Program.
Thompson 152, 253.879.2800, email@example.com
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