Alumni
Alumni Chapters

Affinity

  • African American Alumni Chapter

    Mission
    The Seattle University African American Alumni Chapter serves as a communication link between African-American alumni, current African-American students, and faculty and staff of the University. Through the Chapter, Alumni will have the opportunity to meet and share ideas and experiences with other African-American alumni of Seattle University.

    Please contact the SU Office of Alumni Relations, 206-220-8443 or alumni@seattleu.edu

    Costco Scholars Alumni Chapter

    Mission
    The Seattle University Costco Scholars Alumni Chapter serves as a communication link between Costco Scholars Alumni of Seattle University, current Costco Scholar students, faculty and staff of the University, and professional and community leaders with ties to the Costco Wholesale Corporation. Through the Chapter, alumni will also have the opportunity to meet and share ideas and experiences with other Costco Scholars Alumni of Seattle University.

    Please contact the SU Office of Alumni Relations, 206-220-8443 or alumni@seattleu.edu

    Sinegal SU Graduate and Professional Fellowship 2013-14


    Seattle University Graduate Admissions is pleased to announce the establishment of the the Sinegal SU Graduate and Professional Fellowship which was established in honor of Jim Sinegal and his commitment to educational access and equity. The Sinegal Fellowship provides support for underrepresented minority Costco Scholars who have graduated from either the University of Washington or Seattle University and who are pursuing an advanced degree at SU. The Sinegal Fellowship is a two-year award with a stipend of $5,000 for each year. The application deadline has passed for this year, but please look again next year.

    Questions? Contact Janet Shandley at janshan@seattleu.edu ; or Katie Chapman at chapmank@seattleu.edu

    Educational Doctorate, Leadership Alumni Chapter

    Mission
    The Chapter seeks to facilitate the building and growth of relationships among alumni who have graduated from the EDLR program, with a focus on providing opportunities to engage in activities which help to support their personal and professional goals.

    Developing Goals/Purpose for the EDLR Alumni Chapter: 
    Educational outreach/professional career building
    Continuing education opportunities

    Chapter Leadership: Donna Horn '03, Penny Rempfer '05, and Troy Sterk '04. Please contact the SU Office of Alumni Relations, 206-220-8443 or alumni@seattleu.edu

    Filipino Alumni Chapter 

    Mission
    The Seattle University Filipino Alumni Chapter serves as a communication link between Filipino Alumni of Seattle University, current Filipino students, and the faculty and staff of the University. Through the Chapter, alumni will also have the opportunity to meet and share ideas and experiences with other Filipino Alumni of Seattle University.

    Please contact the SU Office of Alumni Relations, 206-220-8443 or alumni@seattleu.edu

    ROTC Alumni Chapter

    For more information, please contact the SU Office of Alumni Relations, 206-220-8443 or alumni@seattleu.edu

    Rowing Alumni Chapter


    Mission: The Seattle University Rowing Foundation (SURF) was formed to unite the alumni, friends, and current members of Seattle University Crew in order to provide a community, a network, and an institutional memory for the participants, alumni, and friends of the sport at Seattle University. Additionally, its charge is to protect, strengthen, and support the Rowing program and ensure its successful continuation.

    Goals: The Rowing Foundation's goal is to facilitate the expansion of the program into, and then ensure the continuation of, a nationally-ranked rowing program known for its dedication to scholar-athlete and staff development, academic excellence, integrity and sportsmanlike conduct, humanitarian service, and consistent athletic prowess within the highest competitive arenas. In as much the Rowing Foundation will provide financial, equipment, logistical and other resource support to the program, as well as rich social and networking experiences to the program's alumni and friends.

    Chapter Leadership: Jim Hidalgo '97, Sam Nelsen '10, Ken Southcott '92, Sarah Wyant '04

    Primary Contact: Sam Nelsen '10  Web site.

    Social Work Alumni Chapter

    Mission
    The Social Work Chapter serves to support the personal and professional growth of Social Work alumni, with an overarching emphasis on social outreach to the Seattle community.

    Contact: SU Office of Alumni Relations, 206-220-8443 or alumni@seattleu.edu

    SU Faculty and Staff Alumni Chapter

    Mission
    Seattle University's Faculty/Staff Alumni Chapter serves to foster the continued spiritual, emotional and personal growth of University employees who have embraced Seattle University Jesuit education, to facilitate the building and growth of relationships among alumni working at Seattle University, to build alumni pride in SU and highlight the institutional identity, to engage alumni as volunteer leaders in activities which support the university's mission and goals, to offer alumni opportunities to engage in activities which help to support their personal and professional goals.

     Contact:Please contact the SU Office of Alumni Relations, 206-220-8443 or alumni@seattleu.edu

    Young Alumni Chapter 

    Mission
    To continue strengthening ties to our alma mater and the alumni community, to support the endeavors of our young alumni through professional development, and to continue fostering the call to social justice.

    Please contact the SU Office of Alumni Relations, 206-220-8443 or alumni@seattleu.edu