Living at Seattle University means being part of a dynamic community in which diversity is welcomed, leadership is encouraged, respect is required and learning is paramount. The extensive support and resources we provide are designed to support the physical, emotional, spiritual, and academic needs of each and every resident.
Explore the Support and Resources we offer the Seattle University community:
In an effort to assist in the transition to Seattle University, the New Student and Family Programs Office provide students access to academic advising, information about campus life, and the opportunity to create community with other new SU students.
What is life at Seattle University really like? How do SU students balance the demands of school, work, and a busy personal life? Meet some of our students in their own words and find out.
Find many useful and important links to help you achieve academic success, including the New Student Checklist and more!
Find resources for transfer students to learn, engage, and connect with each other and the broader campus community.
A focal point for student activities and programs of a global, cultural,
educational and social nature, and is a gathering place for Seattle University’s
international and domestic students and student organizations.
Public Safety is committed to ensuring a safe and secure environment for the university community. Their team operates on a philosophy that promotes the positive nature of the urban education and living experiences for our students, faculty, staff and guests.
Student Financial Services has three main service functions:
Find out what books are required for classes, order them online, discover useful school supplies like notebooks and laptops, and buy Redhawk gear.
In keeping with the Jesuit philosophy of care for the whole person, Seattle University employs a large team of professionals specifically dedicated to helping maintain your physical and emotional health and overall sense of well-being. We work with you to develop knowledge, skills, attitudes and habits that will foster your success at the university and also serve you well throughout life.
This office provides the tools students need to solve technical issues and answer technical questions through the university Help Desk which is open 24-hours a day.
Connect with diverse groups on campus to enrich your experience at Seattle University.
As the intellectual, educational, and physical heart of campus, the libraries provide a wide range of services and collections primarily to support the teaching, research, and learning goals of the Seattle University community.
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