Offices & Services

Hispanic Studies

The Department of Hispanic Studies offers a sound educational experience centered on the study of the language as well as the literary and cultural production of Iberian, Latin American, and U.S. Hispanic cultures, from their origins to the present time.
Wyatt 233, 253.879.3186,


Convinced that the study of history is an essential component of a superior education in the liberal arts and sciences, the Department of History offers a strong academic program in a number of areas within the discipline of history.
Wyatt 135, 253.879.3166,

Honors Program

This intensive four-year program for students selected on the basis of their academic performance includes an option to live in the Honors residence house, Langlow.
Wyatt 139, 253.879.3781,


Interdisciplinary studies in Humanities offers courses that draw upon the disciplines of history, literature, philosophy, religion, communication studies, art history, and music history to explore fundamental and enduring questions regarding the human condition.
Wyatt 333, 253.879.3649

Institutional Research, Office of

Supports institutional management, planning, and decision-making by providing reports about Puget Sound's students, faculty and staff, instructional activities, and finances.
Library 120, 122, 124; 253.879.3104

International Political Economy

The International Political Economy (IPE) Program offers a multidisciplinary approach to the study of international and global problems. International Political Economy encourages the integrated analysis of these problems and issues using tools and methods of political science, economics, and sociology as informed by an understanding of history and tempered by appreciation of culture and cultural differences.
McIntyre 213, 253.879.3136,

International Programs

Student study abroad programs, international students, international visiting faculty
Howarth 215, 253.879.2515

Kittredge Gallery

Gallery displaying a variety of art, including two student shows each year.
Kittredge Hall, N. 15th St. & N. Lawrence St., 253.879.3701

Latin American Studies

The Latin American Studies Program offers an interdisciplinary approach to the study of Latin America. Drawing on courses from Foreign Languages and Literature, Politics and Government, Business, Art History and History, students minoring in Latin American Studies gain an in-depth understanding of the region and different analytical tools and perspectives for understanding its past and present.
Wyatt Hall

Latina/o Studies

A key objective of Latina/o Studies is to integrate the body of knowledge pertaining to these populations into the United States' understanding of itself. 
Wyatt 233, 253.879.3186,


Collins Memorial Library offers over 550,000 volumes of books and paper journals, as well as music CDs, movie DVDs, online access to journal articles and state and federal documents.