PLNU offers several opportunities each year for prospective students to experience life here on campus. Watch the video >
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Carl Hammond, PLNU assistant professor accounting, has more than a dozen boxes of Monopoly lining an upper shelf in his office. He is the founder of PLNU’s annual Monopoly Tournament, which is open to students of any major, alumni, or any others with a passion for Monopoly or PLNU.
On March 11, the PLNU campus will take part in an event to promote accessibility awareness. This event, referred to as “Day in a Chair,” will allow students and staff to experience life from the perspective of someone in a wheelchair.
On February 22, Olympic historian Art Prior will be displaying his collection of Olympic medals at PLNU. He has been collecting the medals for over 30 years and has accumulated over 15, making his the largest private collection in the United States.
PLNU Sea Lions partner with Make-A-Wish to honor a Hall of Famer’s daughter.
Finals are here, and with them come stress, anxiety, and apprehension. To help combat finals foreboding, PLNU’s Associate Student Body, Student Success & Wellness, and the Office of Strengths and Vocation hosted the third annual Paws Awhile study break.