The parents and families of our students are very much a part of the PLNU family. Your role is important. That's why there are many opportunities for you to not just stay connected with your student, but also with the university.
You can contact us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources & Events for Families
Visit the official PLNU bookstore where you can find the perfect apparel, accessories, and dorm essentials to join your student in sporting your PLNU pride!
This is a unique opportunity for your family to get a firsthand look at your student's PLNU experience. Attend chapel and maybe even a class alongside your student; get a historical tour of campus; commune with friends and other parents in the cafeteria; and attend some Sea Lion games, a concert, and informational seminars.
Immerse yourself in the history and spirit of PLNU. Homecoming hosts more than 50 events on campus, so there are plenty of ways to reconnect or connect for the first time.
It’s the moment many parents anticipate with mixed emotion. Watch with pride as your student’s hard work pays off and a formative chapter of his or her life comes to a celebratory close. Save a seat at graduation.
Need a place to stay during your visit? Give back to the university by booking with one of our partner hotels.
Send Your Student a Cake or Treat!
Whether it’s your student’s birthday, finals week, or just a day they are missed, you can have a delicious, homemade birthday cake, cookies, brownies, or Rice Krispies treats delivered right to their residence hall room, courtesy of the PLNU Women's Auxiliary.
For a $25 minimum donation, celebrate your student and support projects that benefit and improve student life on campus.
Order a Sweet for Your Student
Two weeks' notice is required. | Delivery day is Monday.
For parent payment and information, click here for instructions. Your student must initiate the account setup and permissions for you before you can sign in and make payments.
Need Help? Contact Student Financial Services
Forms, document, FAQ's, and more are available in the Office of Undergraduate Student Financial Services
Your Student’s Wellness
Once your student is on campus, he or she will have access to health and wellness services and resources, such as counseling.
How to Mail Your Student
To mail your student a letter or package, please include his or her full name (not nickname) and address, including his or her residence hall. It’s also a good idea to get a tracking number on any item of value.
John L. Smith
3900 Lomaland Dr.
San Diego, CA 92106
All packages received by mail services are entered into our system. Once we have done this, your student will receive an email stating that he or she has a package. Package pickup is open Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
All letters are delivered Monday through Friday to the residence halls and Flex mailboxes.
Parents of Students with Disabilities
The transition into a university setting can be stressful for any student, but for parents of students with disabilities, unique concerns may also be present. The Disability Resource Center can help make the transition smoother.