UW Tacoma alumnus Omari Amili tells in his own words how obtaining an education "opened doors for me that I never knew existed and helped me find a purpose in life."
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Youcef Bennour, '18 Computer Science & Systems, wants to use his life experience to help others receive an education.
Graduating senior Josh Remillard and alumna Sophie Nop, '16, propose to study the Syrian refugee crisis and digital literacy among Cambodian youth.
Students like Milgard School of Business Alumnus Jason Atherton will be the main beneficiaries of UW Tacoma's $45-million philanthropic campaign.
Angela Suresh is shattering stereotypes about what it means to be a South Asian American.
UW Tacoma Lecturer Abby Murray is helping veterans and military dependents express themselves in her writing workshops.
The right teacher or the right class can transform a life. Just ask UW Tacoma Class of 2017 member Ashley Dickerson.
Five years ago an injured Tom Rochat was struggling to make a living. Today he works for a global IT company and he credits UW Tacoma for his success.
First-generation students, who don't have a family history of higher education, are a group that make UW Tacoma a very special place. Read their stories as they tell, in their own words, about the challenges they overcame on their path to success.