Andrew Seibert

Program Coordinator: Faculty Assembly
Office hours
Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Please email for assistance)
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Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Psychology)-
University of Washington Tacoma

Andrew J Seibert is currently the Program Coordinator for the Faculty Assembly at the University of Washington, Tacoma.

Andrew has spent over 9 years in Higher Education. Starting at the College of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas, Nevada, Andrew was a Testing Center Proctor for 2.5 years. After leaving Las Vegas to pursue his education at the University of Washington Tacoma in 2015, Andrew held a position at Tacoma Community College as a Certification and Test Center Proctor for 2.5 years starting in July 2016, and volunteered at Bates Technical College as a Volunteer Proctor until hired as Staff in June 2017. In August 2018, Andrew was hired as the Interim Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Student Services at Bates Technical College. Andrew worked closely with the Interim Dean of Student Services regarding Student Conduct, and Title IX concerns. Andrew planned events such as Student Recognition events, Staff Retreats, adhering to FERPA regulations for each department, and more.

Once completing the Interim role, Andrew was hired in August of 2019 as the Faculty Assembly Coordinator, now known as the Program Coordinator to Faculty Assembly Leadership at the University of Washington, Tacoma. Currently, Andrew works as Administrative Support to Executive Council, Academic Policy and Curriculum Committee, Faculty Affairs Committee, and Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee. Andrew also plans events such as the New Faculty Orientations, Quarterly Faculty Assembly Meetings, Faculty Assembly Special Events, Distinguished Awards Ceremony (Research, Teaching, and Community Engagement Awards), and events related to the Faculty Assembly and the Faculty on campus.

Andrew currently holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences with an emphasis in Psychology which was received in 2018 from the University of Washington Tacoma. Previous to this degree, Andrew received an Associate in Arts with an emphasis in Psychology at the College of Southern Nevada in 2015.