PLU announces new major in criminal justice

TACOMA, WASH. (April 11, 2020) — Pacific Lutheran University is announcing a new major in criminal justice. Officially launching in fall 2020, the new program is designed for students interested in a wide variety of career fields, including law, policing, corrections, and victim services and…

The Power of Faculty Mentorship

A vital part of Pacific Lutheran University’s academic experience is the opportunity for students to build relationships with faculty members working in the career fields those students want to pursue. Faculty mentorship can help strengthen a student academically, give career-related advice or feedback, be a…

PLUtonic debuts first solo music video

TACOMA, WASH. (May 24, 2017)- PLUtonic, one of Pacific Lutheran University’s a cappella groups, provided a healthy distraction for students nearing the end of finals week. The group debuted a music video featuring an arrangement of “Forget You” by musical artist CeeLo Green. The group…

PLU Summer Academy: First-year students spend five weeks earning six credits, making new friends and adjusting to life on campus

TACOMA, WASH. (March. 16, 2016)- Charles Reinmuth ’19 didn’t think twice when he was offered the chance to spend five weeks in the summer getting acclimated to life at Pacific Lutheran University and earning his first six college credits for free. “I couldn’t pass up…