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Million Dollar Moments in Student Affairs

Million Dollar Moments in Student Affairs

With each year that goes by there are moments that we want to forget and ones that we can only hope will last forever. These are a few of the many "Million Dollar Moments" that make our work worthwhile in the Division of Student Affairs.


From the Director of Student Life Operations

From the Director of Student Life Operations

A student once emailed me the following: “When offering me the position, they said that the one thing on my resume that made them select me over the other finalist they were considering was what I told them about my time at the Info Center… I'm really excited about this next chapter, and…


From the Assistant Dean of Students

From the Assistant Dean of Students

One of my "Million Dollar Moments" is walking into the office each and everyday to the warm welcome of our student staff worker. She is just so fun to have around and reminds me why the work I do is meaningful to students here on our campus.


From the Dean of Students

From the Dean of Students

One of my "Million Dollar Moments" is participating in the welcome walk each year during New Student Orientation. The energy that student leaders exert as they welcome each and every new student that walks by is incredibly powerful to witness year after year.

We Are Here

Our community consists of smart, interesting, endlessly curious people, all of whom somehow have found their place here. We call the student center rotunda “The Rofunda.”

Puget Sound’s 97-acre residential campus is our home base. Some of us live in student-developed theme houses on campus (recent examples: Muses House, Outhaus, Green House). Some of us swim, sing in ensembles, play volleyball or Frisbee, and compete in competitive Division III athletics.

We embrace the adventurous culture of the Pacific Northwest. Mountain climbing, hiking, biking, skiing, kayaking, paddle boarding – these are all part of our active vocabulary. We delve into the city life Tacoma, Olympia, and Seattle offer and explore nearby national parks and wilderness areas. All members of our community are involved in bold journeys of personal and intellectual discovery.

Check out photos from the fall 2015 term.