What’s Happening This Fall
Our plan, based on modeling and indications from public-health agencies, is that we will return to in-person learning for the fall term with the appropriate and necessary health and safety measures in place.Learn more
Helping the fight against COVID-19
PLU donates medical supplies to help Pierce County fight against COVID-19Read story
Making remote learning accessible
Prof. Bridget Yaden ensuing technology to make remote learning inviting and accessibleRead story
Transitioning to remote learning
Prof. Gregory Youth talks transitioning classrooms and teaching styles to distance learningRead story
Novel COVID-19 Coronavirus
The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-2019) is a newly identified coronavirus that is causing an outbreak of pneumonia like illness. The virus has spread all over the world, including the United States. Pacific Lutheran University is closely monitoring the spread of the coronavirus and following the lead of public health officials to do everything possible to keep our community safe and healthy.
Standard well-being behaviors such as hand-washing with soap and water, covering coughs with disposable tissues, and social distancing are recommended for all members of the PLU community.
We’ll get through this together —
A message of care from President Belton