The online catalog lists all of the policies and procedures for the university.
The academic calendar lists add, drop and withdrawal deadlines, university holidays and start and end dates for the academic terms.
The Subject Librarian page for Education
Did you know that education has a dedicated research librarian? Her name is Holly Senn and she is happy to assist you with your research needs. The link above brings you directly to a directory of the research databases relevant for education.
Free and Discounted Software
SPSS is available for free to students. This is the standard statistical software used in the field of Education.
Disability Support Services
Students who have documentation of a learning, physical, or psychological disability from a professional assessor (physician, psychologist, physical therapist, audiologist, learning specialist) can receive accommodations as recommended by the assessor and as determined by the DSS director.
Student support and wellness resources
Student Support Services Liaison for MAE
Your first stop for questions about financial aid, billing, and registration issues is the MAE student support liaison, Marci Pecchia: firstname.lastname@example.org, 253-535-7165.
Office of Career Connections
Do you need someone to look over your resume or cover letter before you apply to a new job, are you looking for an on-campus job, or would you like career advice? The experts at the Career Center will help you not only when you are a student, but as an alumni as well.
The Names Fitness Center & The Pool
Graduate students are welcome to use the fitness and recreation facilities on campus. Be sure to bring your student ID.
Military and Veteran Support
Support services for military affiliated students are available from the Director of Military Outreach, Michael Farnum, email@example.com, 253-535-7412 and benefits assistance is available from the PLU Vet Coordinator, Neshell Chabot firstname.lastname@example.org, 253-535-8317