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  • Find a job. Students and alumni can use PLU’s Opportunities Board to find jobs on and off campus. Upload your resume and start your search. Get advise.

    Search and Apply for Jobs Students Alumni Find a JobStudents and alumni can use PLU’s Opportunities Board to find jobs on and off campus. Upload your resume and start your search. Get AdviceLearn how to write a resume and cover letter or practice interviewing for a job by meeting with a career advisor in Alumni & Student Connections. State Work StudyFind an off-campus State Work Study job. Get hands-on training and relevant job experience working in diverse employment settings. 8 Things to Know

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    Office of Student Employment
    Office of Student Employment Nesvig Alumni Center Tacoma, WA 98447
  • Student organizations and other campus groups are an integral step in helping to build a sustainable culture on the campus here at Pacific Lutheran University.

    Student GroupsStudent organizations and other campus groups are an integral step in helping to build a sustainable culture on the campus here at Pacific Lutheran University. It helps spread the word of the good that sustainability brings, and allows people to become more aware of sustainability and green activities around the. Below is a list of the current organizations on campus, with more hoping to be added in the near future: Bike Co-Op Grass Roots Environmental Action Now (GREAN) Community

  • Student Showcase is an event sponsored each year by the Pacific Lutheran University Orchestras as a service to the musical community at PLU.

    A Celebration of Student Performers and ComposersStudent Showcase is an event sponsored each year by the Pacific Lutheran University Orchestras as a service to the musical community at PLU. Upper class students studying with one of our many studio faculty members are eligible to audition. The soloists are chosen in November by a panel of non-PLU-affiliated judges from among a talented group of candidates, who all represent their respective performance areas with distinction. In recent seasons

  • Night of Musical Theatre is a student-created organization that mounts a student-created musical revue annually and supports students interested in producing and/or performing musical theatre.

    PLU’s Theatre & Dance Department fully supports student productions and organizations as a means for professional growth, development and leadership. Unlike some colleges that only allow student productions in small theaters with limited budgets, our Theatre & Dance student organizations have access to an array of performance spaces, from the intimate Cave in the student union, to our flexible 150-seat Studio Theatre, and even our 600-seat Eastvold mainstage! "The Pillowman" by Vpstart Crow

  • There are no live concerts in Fall 2020 due to the COVID outbreak.  Stay tuned on this page for information about Spring 2021 events!

    Here are just a few of the concerts this year that will feature PLU student trumpet players.Be sure to check out the full music calendar for a complete list. All concerts are at 8:00pm in Lagerquist Concert Hall in the Mary Baker Russell Music Center on the campus of PLU unless otherwise noted. *ALL PLU Concerts (except Christmas Concerts) are FREE to prospective students! Contact Dr. Lyman to request tickets. *Many PLU Concerts are also streamed live online. Click here to watch. Group Shot

  • Created by undocumented students, for undocumented students, our group and our meetings provide a space to connect with community members, share on and off-campus resources, and learn about

    Undocumented Student ResourcesPLU Gold GroupCreated by undocumented students, for undocumented students, our group and our meetings provide a space to connect with community members, share on and off-campus resources, and learn about opportunities for engagement, advocacy, leadership and more. Meetings are once a month. For general questions about the group or information to join, please contact us at undocu@plu.eduPaying for CollegeAlthough undocumented students are unable to qualify for

  • Camille Adams (English and Hispanic Studies) Sara Berger (English and Studio Art) Kelli Breland (Business, English and Communication) Grace DeMun (English and Psychology) Rachel Diebel (English,

    Student Staff Camille Adams (English and Hispanic Studies) Sara Berger (English and Studio Art) Kelli Breland (Business, English and Communication) Grace DeMun (English and Psychology) Rachel Diebel (English, Communication, and Publishing & Printing Arts) Teresa Hackler (History, Holocaust and Genocide Studies) Laura Johnson (English, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, and Religion) Sydney Otey (Hispanic Studies and Sociology) Ryan Page (Physics, Engineering and Classics) Clay Snell (English and

  • Archives faculty and staff.

    Maria E. Benitez Archives Assistant Full Profile

  • Facilities Management faculty and staff.

    Hunter Briggs Waste Diversion Technician Full Profile

  • Student Employment faculty and staff.

    Surafel Debebe Student Employment Assistant Full Profile stuemp@plu.edu