Commuter and Transfer Student Life

Transfer Students

  • New Transfer Students

    Get oriented to campus by attending a Transfer SUcess Sessions. You will get information on Seattle University resources, attend an advising session with your advisor, and register for classes! 

    SUMMER STUDENTS! 
    Here's a place for you!!! 

    Rest....Study....Snack 

    What:   A Collegium is a “home away from home” for commuter and transfer students with comfortable furniture and study areas, a kitchen, computers, snacks, and student staff who are a resource for you.                    Open to all SU summer commuter students.

    When June 23 - August 15.
                 Monday through Thursday,  11am - 6pmFridays 11am-2pm.

    Who: Any commuter student, undergraduate or graduate, enrolled for summer quarter

    Where:  The Tekakwitha Collegium, first floor of the Student Center (#110)

    How:  Enrollment starts June 23rd in the Tekakwitha Collegium.  

    Enrollment is free and ongoing. Come to the Collegium during open hours  and a  staff member will assist you.

    Questions?  Call 296-6291 or e-mail ctsl@seattleu.edu

    Download a flyer here for more information 

     

    Transfer Talk

    A time to socialize and eat with other transfer students in the Transfer SUccess Tekakwitha Collegium in Student Center 110. Watch for dates and invitation from our office!

    Transfermation Lunches

    Join other transfer students for lunch and a facilitated discussion. Click here to learn more.

    Scholarships for Transfer Students

    On/Off Campus Housing Experience

    Learn about planning for housing on campus, housing application process & deadlines, off-campus housing options, and tips on housing and residence life.

    Campus Services

    In addition to programs, events, and services offered by Commuter & Transfer Student Life; the Seattle University community offers a great deal of services and resources to our students.

    Did you know?

    • 28% of the undergraduate population are transfer students
    • 15% (183 students) live on campus; 85% (999) live off-campus
    • We have about 450 non-traditional undergraduate students in the campus community
    • The Collegia serve ALL transfers, whether living on or off-campus.