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  • Gender, Sexuality, and Race Studies students pursue careers in law, advocacy, counseling, education, international policy, health, politics, psychology, social work, sociology, public administration,

    Student ResourcesGender, Sexuality, and Race Studies students pursue careers in law, advocacy, counseling, education, international policy, health, politics, psychology, social work, sociology, public administration, and history–among many others. Click on the links below to read what graduates from our program have to say about how their degrees prepared them for their careers! (Note that the GSRS Program was the Women’s and Gender Studies (WMGS) Program through the end of Spring 2020.) By

  • Each student works throughout the program to complete an intensive project highlighting skills learned in each course.

    The ProjectEach student works throughout the program to complete an intensive project highlighting skills learned in each course. The objective is to apply marketing research knowledge to solve marketing problems. This can be done in the form of a client project or research paper. The program project not only gives MSMA candidates a chance to exemplify their proficiency, but also professional real-life experiences that will impress any future employer.Client ProjectsThe client project allows

  • HERmonic was born in 2006 from Pacific Lutheran University's original mixed a Cappella group. As the mixed group's popularity grew, so the the demand for an all female a Cappella group on campus.

    their motto — Keep it Sassy, Brassy and Classy. They would like to thank their brother group PLUtonic, for all of their support and encouragement.EmailAdvisor: Brian Galante PLUtonicPLUtonic is student-run and directed men’s a’ cappella singing groups that perform entirely without instruments. In July 2010, PLUtonic made it onto the entertainment reality show “America’s Got Talent” as one of the 12 finalists in the show’s national YouTube contest.Advisor: Brian Galante Mu Phi EpsilonMu Phi Epsilon

  • Nicolette Paso ’09 is now studying at Emory University for her master’s degree in divinity. Nicolette Paso: A journey of discovery By Barbara Clements For Nicolette Paso ’09, there was never really a choice. “I did not choose to be a religion major; religion grasped…

    September 12, 2011 Nicolette Paso ’09 is now studying at Emory University for her master’s degre

  • Changes to Direct Deposit and W-4 forms due the 10th and 25th of the month

    Student Payroll Schedule 2020-2021 Pay PeriodTimesheet Due (Noon) Approvals DuePay Date 9/11/20 - 9/25/20 9/28/2020 9/28/2020 10/5/2020 9/26/20 - 10/10/20 10/12/2020 10/12/2020 10/20/2020 10/11/20 -10/25/20 10/26/2020 10/26/2020 11/5/2020 10/26/20 -11/10/20 11/11/2020 11/11/2020 11/20/2020 11/11/20 -11/25/2011/30/2020 11/30/2020 12/4/2020 11/26/20 -12/10/20 12/11/2020 12/11/2020 12/18/2020 12/11/20 -12/25/20 12/28/2020 12/28/2020 1/6/2021 12/26/20 - 1/10/21 1/11/2021 1/11/20211/20/2021 1/11/21

  • Major: Physics “Last summer I conducted an observational astronomy research project investigating sunspots.

    Research RevelationsPLU students explain what they are researching and why it matters Kimberly Belme

  • Without the help of student leaders, Residential Life could not make the residence hall experience the safe, comfortable, and fun environment it currently is today!

    More Than Just Living On Campus...Without the help of student leaders, Residential Life could not make the residence hall experience the safe, comfortable, and fun environment it currently is today!  We offer several opportunities for you contribute to life on campus.  And in the process, you’ll learn some valuable skills that will last well beyond your time here at PLU – organizational, leadership, programming, emergency response, just to name a few!  So whether you want to put in a couple of

  • PLU Student Engagement is committed to fostering brave and inclusive communities with students, staff, and faculty advisors; inclusive of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, sexual

    QUESTIONS? ------- NEED ASSISTANCE? ------- or ------- JUST WANT TO CONNECT:To encourage wellness and uplift care, virtual methods are the best way to reach our professional staff and the student Engage Ambassador team. Thus, for assistance or to ask a question please reach out to Student Engagement on Instagram @plucampuslife, send us an email at engage@plu.edu or schedule a virtual appointment on our calendar. **CELEBRATION OF LEADERSHIP AWARDS – SAVE THE DATE! Forget the Oscars! Add this

    Office for Student Engagement
    Anderson University Center #161 Tacoma, WA 98447
  • The mission of the Division of Student Life is “to promote the holistic development of students and steward a dynamic campus community.

    academic and personal goals, and prepares them for a lifetime of success, both in their careers and in service to others.Our MissionThe mission of the Division of Student Life is “to promote the holistic development of students and steward a dynamic campus community. We engage students in purposeful experiential learning that challenges them to make a difference in the world as they care for themselves and others, and positively impact the diverse communities in which they live.” The Division of

    Division of Student Life
    253-535-7137
    Anderson University Center Room 161 Tacoma, WA 98447
  • The Center for Student Success (CSS) is a campus-wide network of units dedicated to helping students succeed at PLU.

    Center for Student SuccessClick to live chat with an advisor! If you have a quick question and would like to talk with an advisor, please use the chat function above. If you have more in depth questions or multiple questions, please make an appointment with your advisor. Academic AssistanceOne-on-one Tutoring Make an appointmentFaculty Resources Find resourcesDrop-in Tutoring See the scheduleStudying Resources DocumentsMeet the Tutors Tutors and subjectsBecome a Tutor Information on

    Current Hours
    Monday: 8:00am-5:00pm
    Tuesday: 8:00am-5:00pm
    Wednesday: 8:00am-5:00pm
    Thursday: 8:00am-5:00pm
    Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm
    Saturday: Closed
    Sunday: Closed
    Center for Student Success
    Mortvedt Library 12180 Park Avenue South Tacoma, WA 98447