Rachel Blume, English literature & new media major, was notified in March 2014 she'd been accepted into the University of Washington's top-ranked master's in library and information science program.
In addition to student organizations, there are several other groups you are encouraged to explore and join.
Marylhurst University Alumni Association
The Marylhurst University Alumni Association endeavors to create opportunities for extending and deepening the intellectual, social and professional relationships among those who have graduated from Marylhurst University and current students. Students are invited to participate in all alumni activities.
Kelly Ann Chee, email@example.com
Contact the Office of Development & Alumni Relations
Marylhurst University Student Leadership Council
The council invites all students to be an integral part of the Marylhurst University Student Leadership Council by participating in the council meetings.
Student Leadership Council, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marylhurst University Sustainability Advisory Council
MUSAC's mission is in support of the university's mission to "aid students in advancing their goals for responsible participation in a rapidly changing world"; and to foster university-wide responsibility towards earth stewardship and building sustainable community. The Sustainability Advisory Council is made up of students, staff, faculty, alumni, and community members. Any interested person is invited to attend MUSAC meetings.
With guidance from a faculty adviser, students plan, manage and execute all aspects of this online literary journal. M Review is an annual publication of literary fiction, social and literary criticism, memoir, poetry and visual art by members of the Marylhurst community.