B.S. in Sociology from University of Oregon
M.Ed. in Higher Education from Oregon State University
Assistant Vice President of Student Development
Building/Room: STCN 140
Michelle Etchart serves as the Assistant Vice President of Student Development. Her primary responsibilities include leading the division’s focus on student success and retention, developing strong working relationships with campus partners and coordinating professional development for staff and graduate students who work in Student Development. Michelle completed a Master of Education degree in Higher Education at Oregon State University. Michelle joined Seattle University in 2002 as Director of Leadership & Community Service and over the past 15 years has developed a deep commitment to Jesuit education and the students of Seattle University
Graduate Coordinator, The Commuter Link
Building/Room: PAVL 150
Ray is a first-gen, Asian-American graduate student in Seattle University’s Student Development Administration program. He was born and raised in Storm Lake, Iowa and received his Bachelor’s degree in Interdepartmental Studies: Applied Human Services at the University of Iowa. Ray’s interests outside of work include self-help, minimalism, pop music, plant-based cooking, and portrait photography. He’s a witty, empathetic soul who hopes to add some ray of light to your life!
Graduate Coordinator, Reidy & McGoldrick Collegia
Building/Room: PAVL 150
Tsetsen Anuurad is a first-gen, Mongolian-American student from California, Davis. She is currently pursuing a degree in Student Development Administration. As an undergraduate student, she studied Economics and International Relations at University of California, Davis. She worked as an Assistant Language Teacher in Kochi prefecture, Japan from 2018-2020. In her free time, Tsetsen enjoys running (slowly), reading, cleaning while listening to podcasts (the specific combination) and good conversations with friends over coffee and pastries. Tsetsen loves playing soccer and futsal (although she is not particularly coordinated)!
Graduate Coordinator, First-Generation College Student Initiatives
Building/Room: STCN 110
Mary Q. Tran is currently a graduate student in the Student Development Administration program at Seattle University. She grew up California, and completed her bachelor’s degree at a university in her hometown, San Jose State University. She received her bachelor’s of arts degree in Child and Adolescent Development with a double minor in Math and French for K-8 Teachers. She identifies as a first-gen and a Vietnamese-American. Outside of her work and academic life, she loves arts, crafts, and do-it-yourself projects!