The school welcomes its inaugural cohort of first-year students to campus this fall, via a program aimed at building community and fostering student success.
The U.S. Department of State has awarded it’s first-ever IDEAS consortium grant to UW Tacoma for a program exploring tribal sovereignty and climate issues through an Indigenous lens.
With its first cohort of students, UW Tacoma’s Ph.D. in computer science is already making a big impact on students, research and the South Sound community.
Carrying on the traditions of her education-oriented family, Marisa Jones, ’23, Ed.D. Educational Leadership, is fulfilling her sacred obligations to future generations.
Julie Venezio, ’23, B.A. Psychology, credits career and academic advisors for her success as a student and as inspirations for her future career plans.
Navia Winderling's (SIAS '14) long path through higher education helps her inspire other students to succeed.
Student Affairs recognizes its outstanding staff members for their hard work, dedication, and passion for serving the UW Tacoma community.
Mechanical engineering student Amy Keller is putting her stamp, and UW Tacoma's, on the moon, via a life-changing internship with NASA.
The creation of the Family Room and a registered student organization offer new resources to the Native and Indigenous community at UW Tacoma.