Seattle is more than an international hub of innovation and global impact with companies and organizations such as Boeing, Amazon, Costco, the Gates Foundation, PATH, Microsoft and Starbucks.
Take in the breathtaking skyline at the top of the iconic Space Needle or the Seattle Great Wheel, a 175-foot Ferris wheel on Seattle’s waterfront. Catch a sightseeing ferry ride across Puget Sound or wander through Pike Place Market, the Olympic Sculpture Park or the Museum of History and Industry, all a short distance from campus.
Just a quick walk from SU you’ll find music, coffee houses and restaurants galore in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. People watch at a café, experience an author reading in a quirky bookstore or browse through one of the area’s many thrift shops.
Feeling hungry? Consider a night out at one of the city’s ethnic eateries and restaurants nearby.
You also can explore a variety of live music venues, including several all-ages clubs. If music is your thing, explore the live music venues and don’t miss the biggest student-supported event of the year, Quadstock. Student Events and Activities Council sponsors the annual all-day music and arts festival. In winter quarter, there’s Battle of the Bands where student bands compete for prizes and bragging rights.
Life at Seattle University is enriched by what happens in and out of the classroom. Hiking, biking, sailing and skiing are just a few of the area’s outdoor activities or catch a professional sporting event such as Seahawks football, Sounders soccer or Mariners baseball. There’s plenty to grab your attention in this dynamic and diverse neighborhood and exciting city. Check it out.