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Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Pacific Lutheran University’s computer science major prepares students to work in the technology industry as professional software developers, to continue their studies in graduate school, or to apply their computational skills to another field. With a degree in computer science you might end up writing code for software simulations of proteins, creating the next big video game, or developing a social application that connects people in new ways. The possibilities are limitless. Learn more at www.plu.edu/computer-science
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
“My Language. My Choice. Words Mean Things” is a dynamic digital education series being launched this month by Pacific Lutheran University. The series is focused on better understanding the meaning of the words anti-racist, anti-Blackness, decolonize, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Learn more at www.plu.edu/wordsmeanthings
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
“My Language. My Choice. Words Mean Things” is a dynamic digital education series being launched this month by Pacific Lutheran University. The series is focused on better understanding the meaning of the words anti-racist, anti-Blackness, decolonize, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Learn more at www.plu.edu/wordsmeanthings
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Interested in studying Biology at PLU? Learn more about the things that make our program special, and see if it's the right fit for you! From daily life in the program to opportunities in research, study abroad, and hands-on lab experience Michael Behrens, Professor of Biology shows off a bit of what the program has to offer.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
“My Language. My Choice. Words Mean Things” is a dynamic digital education series being launched this month by Pacific Lutheran University. The series is focused on better understanding the meaning of the words anti-racist, anti-Blackness, decolonize, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Learn more at www.plu.edu/wordsmeanthings
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
“My Language. My Choice. Words Mean Things” is a dynamic digital education series being launched this month by Pacific Lutheran University. The series is focused on better understanding the meaning of the words anti-racist, anti-Blackness, decolonize, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Learn more at www.plu.edu/wordsmeanthings
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
“My Language. My Choice. Words Mean Things” is a dynamic digital education series being launched this month by Pacific Lutheran University. The series is focused on better understanding the meaning of the words anti-racist, anti-Blackness, decolonize, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Learn more at www.plu.edu/wordsmeanthings
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
“My Language. My Choice. Words Mean Things” is a dynamic digital education series being launched this month by Pacific Lutheran University. The series is focused on better understanding the meaning of the words anti-racist, anti-Blackness, decolonize, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Learn more at www.plu.edu/wordsmeanthings
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
“My Language. My Choice. Words Mean Things” is a dynamic digital education series being launched this month by Pacific Lutheran University. The series is focused on better understanding the meaning of the words anti-racist, anti-Blackness, decolonize, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Learn more at www.plu.edu/wordsmeanthings
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
“My Language. My Choice. Words Mean Things” is a dynamic digital education series being launched this month by Pacific Lutheran University. The series is focused on better understanding the meaning of the words anti-racist, anti-Blackness, decolonize, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Learn more at www.plu.edu/wordsmeanthings
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
“My Language. My Choice. Words Mean Things” is a dynamic digital education series being launched this month by Pacific Lutheran University. The series is focused on better understanding the meaning of the words anti-racist, anti-Blackness, decolonize, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Learn more at www.plu.edu/wordsmeanthings
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Interested in what Lutes are doing this summer? Cassie Paulson is interning with Seattle Children’s theater, watch to hear more about her internship journey.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Every college experience is different. Each student takes a unique path from arrival, to sticking with it, to forging forward. We followed a small cohort of students over the course of their college careers to illustrate those different paths, and get a glimpse of their PLU Years. You can watch the journey to this point by viewing one of the videos below: First Year - https://vimeo.com/213125159/87c8c20384 Second Year - https://vimeo.com/266578939/33b8cd407d Third Year - https://vimeo.com/324373857/99fa7a53cd
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Welcome to PLU! Some of our staff and faculty share what they love about the Lute community.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Reflections and celebrations from members of PLU's Class of 2020! #PLUgrads
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Staff and faculty members from all over campus give their best wishes, congrats, and a bit of advice to PLU's Class of 2020. #PLUgrads
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Let's keep looking out for each other, Lutes! Our dCenter Alumni share some encouraging words. We are stronger together. plu.edu/checkfive
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Welcome to PLU! #plu2024#futurelute#pacificlutheran ********** Apply: https://www.plu.edu/apply Visit: https://www.plu.edu/visit Request more info: https://www.plu.edu/request-info Pacific Lutheran University purposefully integrates the liberal arts, professional studies and civic engagement in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. With distinctive international programs and close student-faculty research opportunities, PLU helps its 3,100 students from all faiths and backgrounds discern their life’s vocation through coursework, mentorship and internships at world-class Puget Sound-area businesses and institutions.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Let's keep looking out for each other, Lutes! Our Staff Council shares some encouraging words. We are stronger together. plu.edu/checkfive
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Let's keep looking out for each other, Lutes! Our faculty members share some encouraging words. We are stronger together. www.plu.edu/checkfive
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
PLU President Allan Belton on caring for, encouraging and supporting one another during this season of Coronavirus. For more information about PLU's response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) visit www.plu.edu/coronavirus
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Congressman Denny Heck was an early supporter of a $2.8 million HRSA grant that was recently awarded to PLU’s School of Nursing. He visited campus earlier this week to meet with President Belton, talk with nursing students and learn more about plans for the new Clinical Learning and Simulation Center. Here are some highlights from his conversation with nursing students Adrian Brown ’20 (BSN), Cecilia Ortega ’20 (BSN) and Rainey Banick-Wood ’20 (DNP).
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
PLU President Allan Belton and ASPLU President Todd Dizon discuss the university's new strategic plan.

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