The Student Veterans at UW Tacoma organized an event on campus to remember those killed while serving in the United States Armed Forces.
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A team from the Milgard Center for Business Analytics is helping determine the economic impact of the Joint Base Lewis-McChord workforce.
Ryan Mitchell, a transfer student and Army veteran in UW Tacoma's Urban Studies program, is focused on balancing family and school.
Daniel Agee, a first-year student who has his eye on computer engineering, hopes to get into the Air Force ROTC program.
Air Force veteran Andy Flanagan has a new mission: helping fellow student vets get the resources they need.
Symposium panelists Lt. Gen. Stephen R. Lanza, Consul General Moon Duk-ho, trade policy advisor Robert Hamilton and Korean studies professor Clark W. Sorensen will discuss military, diplomatic and economic aspects of Washington's relationship to Asia-Pacific.
Margaret Lundberg, ’13, ’14, turned her passion for writing into two college degrees, a novel and a lifelong connection to UW Tacoma.
Discover some of the opportunities, stories and services that help make UW Tacoma a military-friendly school.
The Office of Veteran and Military Services, located on the second floor of the Mattress Factory building, helps veterans and their families navigate their return to civilian life and make use of their educational benefits. Learn more about its dedicated staff.