Founded in 1888, University of Puget Sound is an independent, residential, and predominantly undergraduate liberal arts college.
Part of a Puget Sound education is the opportunity for a wide variety of experiential learning options, including internships, studying abroad, and more.
Create your own path and pursue a life of purpose and impact.
Learn about our weeklong orientation program that immerses you in campus and the community while preparing you to tackle your academic studies.
Always a Logger! Just because you're not still living on campus and visiting the Cellar for pizza doesn't mean you have to be disconnected from what's happening on campus!
Todd/Phibbs Hall, or “T/P” as it is affectionately called on campus, overlooks both the beautiful Todd Field and the south quad. Centrally located, T/P is just a stroll away from the Fieldhouse, the Wheelock Student Center, and Todd Field.
First-year members of the Business and Leadership Program are paired as roommates to live together in Todd/Phibbs Hall. This element of the program is coupled with cohort-specific classes, weekly seminars, and service activities to foster a sense of community. Students can benefit from the academic and social support of their classmates as they transition into college life and a challenging course load.
The resident assistant assigned to this floor is a fellow BLP member. This student leader will be able to share advice with the incoming first-years from their personal experience, help them adjust to the expectations of the program, and integrate them into the network of students within the program.
Questions about the program itself can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org, and questions about the residential details can be directed to email@example.com.
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