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A Puget Sound education isn't something you get, it's something you do and someone you become. While in-person campus tours and information sessions are canceled until further notice, we invite prospective and admitted students and their families to connect with us online. We encourage you to watch videos, listen to our podcast, and join us live to learn more about our community of open-minded, outward-reaching, and passionate students:
Prospective students are invited to attend a 30 minute live information session hosted by an admission counselor. Sessions are offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 11 a.m. Pacific Time.,excluding holidays. Registration closes an hour prior to the start of the session and Zoom webinar link will be sent upon registration.
Admitted students and their families are invited to view recordings of an informal 30 minute conversation with members of the Puget Sound community. These featured students, faculty, or staff members to sharing their experiences, answering questions, and discussing life as a Logger. We also hosted several Academic Roundtable sessions focused on specific departments. Check out our recordings of previous sessions!
Allow us to introduce you to some of the dynamic and engaging students that make up the Logger community. Explore profiles of current students and reach out with questions.
Got questions? We invite prospective and admitted students to schedule a 30 minute video call with an admission counselor. Appointments are available on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time and registration closes three days in advance.
Our 97-acre residential campus was named one of the 20 "Most Beautiful Campuses in America" by The Princeton Review. See for yourself through our interactive virtual tour and explore our classrooms, residence halls, athletic facilities, and more!
Check out #WeGotThisLoggers, a collection of digital swag that celebrates past, present, and future Loggers. Download desktop wallpapers, Zoom backgrounds and mobile lock screens, listen to a Spotify playlist curated by members of the campus community, and explore social media posts.