Getting her degree in finance at UW Tacoma is, for Shooq Alhathelool, a chance to broaden her perspective and bring that understanding with her when she returns to Saudi Arabia.
From a small town in Indiana and a floating city on the ocean, U.S. Navy veteran and social welfare student Megan Walker is ready to get people the help they need.
UW Tacoma student veteran Chris Burd made the most of a second chance at a career in the military.
Transfer student A. Simone Graham will take her experience as middle-child mediator and her interest in people into a counseling career.
For sophomore Chase Powell, who plans to major in criminal justice, a course on the American legal system affirmed his career plans.
Senior Pranab Baidya, who is studying information technology, decided to become a resident advisor at Court 17 this year as a way of sharing with others his "amazing" campus experience.
Sayana Saithu, a graduate student in UW Tacoma's Institute of Technology, has won the first round of the Present Around the World contest. Next stop, Orlando.
Scholarships have helped Adriana Meraz-Gonzalez pursue her dream of becoming a police officer.
Karter Duff shares the story of his journey from high school drop-out to UW Tacoma degree to grad school acceptance.
Graduating senior Jacob Nau developed an idea for a literary journal on homelessness with his classmates in Abby Murray's editing and publishing class. Now the journal is online, in print and on the streets.