Parents & Families

Congratulations to both you and your student and welcome to Puget Sound! We know that finding the right college is a process that involves the whole family and we've gathered helpful information to help you support your student's journey ahead.

At Puget Sound, you'll find that learning extends beyond the classroom, and into many of the other activities and resources on campus. We like to say that a Puget Sound education is not something you get—it's something you do.

Virtual Visits

We are excited to offer admitted students and families several different options to connect with Puget Sound online!


Virtual Information Sessions
Weekdays at 11 a.m. Pacific Time
Admission counselors will be hosting a 45-minute general presentation about our personalized educational experience, life in the Pacific Northwest, and the ways in which our students are prepared to succeed after graduation.

Admitted Logger Series
Weekdays at 1 p.m. Pacific Time
Join us for conversations with a variety of professors, current students, and staff members. You can view a schedule of our upcoming guests, which we update regularly!

Scholarship and Financial Aid Information

Financial Aid awards are made available on your student's web portal and mailed in print. If you want to learn more about Scholarship and Financial Aid opportunities, check out the website regarding our offerings. If your family has not yet submitted the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (which is required for need-based financial aid) and would like to do so, you can learn more about applying on our Financial Aid website.

Accepting the Offer of Admissions

Once your student is ready to join the Logger Community, follow these steps to make a deposit and #LoggerUp by June 1.


The Puget Sound campus living environment provides abundant resources and support for academic, social, civic, and community life. First-year students typically live in a coed residence hall with single gender community bathrooms. Students live in rooms designed to accommodate one, two, or three roommates. Residence halls feature common areas with kitchen facilities, televisions, piano lounges, study and recreational areas. Rooms include extended length twin-sized beds, chest of drawers, bookcase, and a closet or wardrobe.

Housing Application Instructions

Billing and Tuition

The first bill will be due on August 15, 2020. Student Financial Services uses TouchNet’s online Bill + Payment system to view monthly bills, account activity and make online payments via e-check. Students must grant access to third parties such as parents and guardians.

 Reporting Outside ScholarshipsSpecial Circumstances for Financial Aid

Security Services

Campus Security Services operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Security works closely with Residence Life, Athletics, and other departments to ensure the proper flow of university business and activities across campus. They can be reached by phone at 253.879.3311. Security provides escorts, parking permits, card access to buildings, after hours assistance, and emergency assistance.

Career and Employment Services

Career and Employment Services (CES) provides comprehensive resources and advising for students at every point in their career planning - whether they are looking for internships, career exploration, employment, or other job search resources. 

Alumni and Parent Relations

If you’re looking for more information about how to get involved with the Logger community, you can reach out to Alumni and Parent Relations at There’s also a very helpful list they have put together about “What I Wish I’d Known.”