The new improved Nesvig
Next time you’re on campus, check out the newly remodeled Nesvig Alumni Center, across Park Avenue from Anderson University Center.
The spacious brick structure, built into the hillside that slopes toward Lower Campus, was purchased by PLU as a residence for the president in 1961. But it has housed the alumni offices and a variety of other university functions since the 1970s.
Upstairs, you’ll find a great room with comfortable seating — complete with a cozy fireplace — suitable for social gatherings and meetings. Downstairs conference and training rooms are equipped with computers and video screens where students, alumni and potential employers can connect through video conferencing or in person.
The space was designed with alumni and students in mind. Make it your own.
Explore the world with PLU alumni
Namibia Travel Seminar
Alumni & Student Connections and the Wang Center for Global Education is offering an educational travel seminar to Namibia with an optional excursion to Sossusvlei. Join Paula Leitz, PLU professor emeritus, and Steve Leitz, retired principal, on a guided tour through Namibia’s amazing and varied landscapes, see wild animals in their habitat, and experience the culture, traditions and languages of Nambia’s people. Open to PLU alumni, families and friends.
Registration is open now and is limited to 15 attendees.
Join Alumni & Student Connections for an amazing tour of Croatia. Walk Dubrovnik’s cobblestone streets with breathtaking views, indulge in delicious seafood in Hvar and explore the pebble beaches of Split. Open to PLU alumni, families and friends, this tour follows PLU’s Choral Union and includes the opportunity to attend their concert performances.
Registration opens Aug. 1, 2019.