Below is an extensive list of resources on campus to help make your time at SU fulfilling both inside and outside of the classroom. Please see the "Points of Contact" list on the left for the people to contact in these various departments for more assistance and information.
Campus Ministry – Regardless of one's faith background – Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and even "spiritual but not religious" – Campus Ministry provides an open and hospitable community to gather in friendship, conversation, discernment and understanding of what one's purpose is in life. Opportunities abound – retreats, service, liturgy and worship, immersions, social justice education, reflection activities, etc. All are welcome!
Career Services – Assist with career development including resume and cover letter writing, interview preparation, self-assessment, networking, job and internship search strategies. There is specific links and information for Veterans to help translate their work from the military into civilian life.
Commuter & Transfer Student Life – CTSL is committed to provide the support and services necessary for transfer students, non-traditional students, commuter students, Students Who Are Parents (SWAP) and military veterans to become more acclimated to Seattle University. CTSL provides a home away from home through the Collegia Program and offers programs and services to foster belonging, involvement, connection and success.
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) – Services are provided free of charge to students enrolled in classes. CAPS is committed to helping students meet the challenges of life during college, graduate and professional school. Students seek counseling and psychological services for a wide variety of reasons. CAPS treats each student with sensitivity; providing affirmative therapy that values diversity and respects the individual.
Disability Services – Information on learning, physical and psychological disabilities; the process for getting a disability documented; academic adjustments for students with documented disabilities and student rights and responsibilities
Housing & Residence Life – Includes housing information and rates, news and resources.
Learning Assistance – This program includes tutoring services, learning strategy workshops, study groups, language conversation groups and individual consultation with a learning specialist.
Lemieux Library & McGoldrick Learning Commons – This facility blends student academic support services, scholarly research, collaborative learning, and social interaction in a technology-rich, light-filled environment.
Math Lab – A drop-in service provided by the Mathematics Department for all students in lower division mathematics.
Military Science & ROTC – To prepare academically and physically qualified college women and men for the rigor and challenge of serving as officers in the United States Army, on active duty or in the National Guard or Reserve. To that end, the program stresses service to country and community through the development of values, attributes, skills and actions necessary for success as a leader.
Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) – Works with all members of the university community in a social justice framework to promote the leadership formation, wellness, and success of students of color, queer students and trans students. OMA also offers its meeting space to the SUVC to help provide a welcome and consistent environment for the meetings.
Public Safety & Transportation – Parking, transit passes, lost and found, key requests, crime prevention and more.
Redhawk Career Network – Part of Career Services, the Redhawk Network is your one-stop source for information about companies, jobs, internships, calendar of events, access to mentors and much more.
Research Services – Need help finding research? Save time by starting with the Research Services Librarians. They are eager to help at any stage of the research process.
Seattle University School of Law – The SU Law School runs independently from the university. Please contact them directly to for assistance using your VA educational benefits.
Seattle University Veterans Committee (SUVC) – SUVC seeks to ease the transition from military to civilian life, and will guide you as you embark on or continue your college experience at Seattle University. Follow us on Facebook
Student Health Center – We offer on-campus health care for free or at minimal cost for many of your health care needs
University Recreation – Fitness center information, group fitness classes, aquatics, outdoor adventure recreation, and intramural activities
Writing Center – During one-on-one, hour-long sessions, the consultant helps the student to complete an individual assignment in the context of becoming a better writer.