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PLU emphasizes the importance of student research and creative projects. From summer-long student-faculty research projects in the natural sciences to student-directed plays in theatre, these
Learning TogetherPLU emphasizes the importance of student research and creative projects. From summer-long student-faculty research projects in the natural sciences to student-directed plays in theatre, these opportunities have many benefits and help students explore and learn more in-depth about an area of study or future career path that interests them, gain invaluable hands-on experience and organizational skills, and learn to balance independent and collaborative work. These research and
After beginning a career or graduate studies, our graduates often point to one person at PLU who had a profound influence on their intellectual development. Invariably, it's a professor.
-side with you on research and creative projects. No matter what you plan to do after you earn your PLU degree, you’ll have gained the experience that employers and graduate programs want.A summer job that doesn't suckMany students take part in student-faculty summer research projects, often in the nearby forests, mountains and coastal areas. Read MoreScience happens (And so much more!)Of the numerous student-faculty research projects that take place at PLU each year, there is the science. But that
PLU: Why did you chose to come to PLU? Tran: I knew I wanted to go to a small liberal arts college because of small class sizes and close relationships with professors.
Tran Hoang '20, PLU student with a Chemistry major and Biochemistry emphasis Student-faculty research team (from right) Tran, Dr. Tina Saxowsky and Emily Bond '19 studied DNA mutations in summer 2018. Tran was able to participate in this career-setting research because donor funding made her participation possible. “Now I know that research is the right career path for me and that I can use it to make a difference in the world.” Tran presents her research about DNA mutations at the 2019 Dr. Rae
The School of Business is home of some of the most active and dynamic student clubs, which are open to all students interested in business.
School of Business Student Clubs The School of Business is home of some of the most active and dynamic student clubs, which are open to all students interested in business. Honor societies are available for those who are majoring in the School of Business. American Marketing AssociationAMA is sponsored by the Puget Sound Chapter of the National American Marketing Association. AMA helps foster connections between students and the university, as well as local professionals. Hosting campus
Business Office Temporary Hours (beginning Thursday, November 19, 2020) Tuesdays and Fridays 10:00am-2:00pm
Business Office Temporary Hours (beginning Thursday, November 19, 2020) Tuesdays and Fridays 10:00am-2:00pm Student Account Payments During The COVID-19 PandemicDue to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Business Office Cashier will be open and accepting in-person payments Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Please note, the Business Office will only be open for business during these times. Should you need assistance with making a payment or have a question regarding your
MediaLab is an award-winning student media organization, which recruits students with expertise across the media spectrum.
Get Involved!Most Communication students are involved in at least one co-curricular activity. Activities provide students with valuable experiences to help learn skills, build confidence, and gain marketable experience. Most Communication activities are open to every PLU student, regardless of major, and do not require that the student have previous experience. All it takes is a willingness to learn and the enthusiasm to participate.MediaLabMediaLab is an award-winning student media
Learning Communities (LCs) are a valuable part of the PLU experience, adding to the learning that happens in the classroom and beyond.
Commuter Student ResourcesCommuter Students are invited to utilize ALL campus resources. The following are resources specific to commuter students and their needs.Getting to CampusOn Campus CommunityLockersMeal PlansStudent LeadershipCOLAH FormOff-Campus ResourcesTHRIVE Tips: Rooting and RoutineTHRIVE Tips: Renew and RejuvenateGetting to Campus Parking on campus Commuter Students and Carpool Parking passes are available through Campus Safety. What lots can I park in? Public Transit PLU
Throughout your time at PLU, you will have different reasons to ask your professors or employers for reference letters.
Reference LettersThroughout your time at PLU, you will have different reasons to ask your professors
Thanks for visiting the PLU Environmental Studies Student Opportunity page. We will use this page to gather a range of opportunities of interest to our students.
Welcome!Thanks for visiting the PLU Environmental Studies Student Opportunity page. We will use this page to gather a range of opportunities of interest to our students. Note: We try to remain current, but some opportunities here will be out of date. Use this site to find relevant employers and graduate schools, and to identify the types of opportunities that might be available to you! You can always access a lengthy list of current opportunities at PLU Career Connections’ website. You can also
Care resources to support students in and out of the classroom.
Student SupportCare resources to support students in and out of the classroom.OAAAccessibility and AccommodationLearn MoreCHWSCounseling, Health & Wellness ServicesLearn MoreCSSCenter for Student SuccessLearn MoreSCNStudent Care NetworkLearn MoreStudent Care Resource Faculty and Staff Guide to Helping Students in DistressThis tool is to help you make decisions in those critical times facing a student in distress. It is grouped by type of incident, then offers FACTS, what to DO, and what to
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