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Updates from the Admission Office

Information for applicants and prospective students about our response to COVID-19.

In response to COVID-19, we have developed Frequently Asked Questions specific to the Office of Admission.

The Offices of Admission and Student Financial Services is closed to the public, but our staff is working remotely and available to speak with prospective students and families. If you have questions, you can get in touch with us at 253.879.3211 or General updates and additional information can be found on the University webpage.

Prospective Student Visits and Events

At this time, we are not offering in-person information sessions and tours, but we are pleased to offer a variety of online options to learn more about Puget Sound:

  • Online information sessions: Join us on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. Pacific Time or Thursdays at 3 p.m. Pacific Time for a 45 minute live webinar led by admission counselors.
  • Lunch with Loggers: Each weekday at noon Pacific Time, current students host a casual hour of games, conversation, and an opportunity to get your questions answered
  • My Life as a Logger: Student-led Snapshot Tour: Student-led snapshot tour of campus are offered on weekdays at 2 p.m. Pacific Time Your tour guide will touch on important elements of the Logger experience, and illustrate these points with examples from their own time at Puget Sound.
  • Podcast: Listen and subscribe to PS: the Puget Sound podcast, our weekly series featuring in-depth conversations with members of the Puget Sound community.
  • Interactive virtual tour: Explore our 97-acre residential campus with 360-degree panoramic photos and a narration in English, Spanish, or Mandarin Chinese.

For more information and to register, check out our Virtual Visits webpage.

Students Impacted by School Closures

Please know that we will do everything we can to accommodate your individual circumstances during this time, as we know that much is beyond your control. 

We will continue communicating proactively as this situation evolves, but as questions arise know that you can reach out to your admission counselor at any time. We will work one-on-one with you to respond to your situation as appropriate. Please be assured that disruptions to your education will not negatively impact your application and admitted students will not have their offers rescinded should they meet the expectations set forth by their schools to complete their high school diplomas.