Learn about ethnic studies programs at SSU and how current classroom teachers have negotiated ethnic studies into their curricula and pedagogy.
Our Lost Years revisits the forced removal and mass incarceration of 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans during World War II; it commemorates the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Or
Have housing application questions? Connect with the REACH staff during a virtual Zoom Drop-In on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. on March 17 through April 29, 2021.
Come talk about environmental issues with Isaias Hernandez on Earth Day! You may know Isaias as Queer Brown Vegan on Tik Tok or Instagram!
In this episode, we talk to final-year Seawolves who already have careers ready to launch.
In this episode, we interview alumni who pursued their Master’s.
Presented by Kelsey Bensky, Career Services
Presentation regarding students with disabilities applying for graduate school. Will also cover some general information.
This is a 90-minute workshop that prepares SSU students, faculty, and staff to better support distressed students and to intervene when they are concerned a student might be suicidal.
Are you looking for ways to get connected to campus this fall?
Seawolf Living is hiring! Do you have questions about our open positions? Want to learn what working for Seawolf Living is like? Get your questions answered and meet the current SL Squad!