Student Affairs

The Student Affairs team aims to provide an enriching and holistic graduate experience. Our mission is to empower all students, to create community, and to foster well-being through inclusive experiential learning and programming.

What we do

  • Engage students in active learning.
  • Connect students to resources.
  • Build supportive and inclusive communities.
  • Help students learn and grow outside of the classroom through events, activities, and services intentionally designed to support learning, community building, and personal development.

Meet Our Team

Shatera Davis (she/her)

Director of Student Affairs

Chenchen Jiang

College of Engineering

Nhien Keely (she/her)

Assistant Director of Student Affairs

Shivangi Sharma

College of Professional Studies

Wellness Program Specialist

Coming Soon

Vidhi Naik

College of Professional Studies

Frequently Asked Questions


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What Are Your Student Job Opportunities?

Due to the size of our campus, on-campus student jobs are limited. The three main types of positions which are available to students are Administrative and event assistant (AEAs), ambassador positions, and teaching assistants (TAs)

In most cases, students must have been on the Seattle campus for at least one term before they are eligible to apply for a role. Check out the student employment page for more info or check the Student Affairs biweekly newsletter. 

What Are the Student Organizations at the Seattle Campus?

The campus supports student interest groups (SIGs). All students are eligible to propose and run ​a group, request funding, and host ​events on campus. Groups are supported via regular group fairs, ​campus-wide communication, and participation in campus events. In addition, the community hosts regular events on and off campus for the Seattle campus student body.

What are the Housing Options in Seattle?

The Seattle campus does not have dedicated housing available for students.  We have identified some resources that have helped Seattle students in the past.  For information about local housing options in Seattle, please visit our housing webpage.

For additional questions about relocating to Seattle, please visit Relocating to Seattle.

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