Albers Club Council is focused on collaboration and programming with all Albers clubs. The purpose of this organization is to effectively communicate with all Albers Club leaders to plan events collaboratively. This club consists of all the Albers club leaders.
AGSA is a student-run organization committed to enriching the educational experience of Graduate Business Students at Seattle University. AGSA is designed to meet the needs of the graduate business student through social events and guest speakers. The goal of AGSA is to foster a strong sense of community among graduate business students by encouraging networking between students, faculty, alumni and members of the business community.
The Student Chapter of ALPFA provides leadership development, volunteer, internship, and scholarship opportunities to talented students. Active involvement in the organization combined with the ability to network on a national level helps students to make a successful transition to their careers. The student chapter provides the means that enable professionals to connect with students and serve as advisors to navigate through the business world.
The purpose of this organization is to provide students of Seattle University with an artistic community both studio-based, as well as art history-based. ArtSideOut will offer opportunities for members to participate in the arts community both on campus and off through various means including: free figure modeling sessions, public art walks throughout the city, The Honest Crit (student art critiques involving members of the Seattle arts community), as well as other arts-based events throughout the year. The club is meant to be an organic organization where communication and participation as well as delegation are highly encouraged. All ArtSideOut events will be free for attendees as to encourage as much participation, regardless of economic standpoint, as possible.
To represent the voice of the cadets in Seattle University Army ROTC and to coordinate and manage community service events, battalion social events, and fund-raising activities
The purpose of the club is to raise awareness of careers in accounting for any students interested, but primarily accounting students in the Albers school of Business and Economics. Focusing on opportunities in industry (cost) accounting, and an emphasis on accounting certifications aside from the CPA, and providing networking and educational opportunities.
Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) is a nationwide collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer by working to implement the programs and mission of the American Cancer Society.
The purpose of our club is to provide hands-on education on how to effectively shop for groceries and cook healthy foods from a variety of cultures. We meet bi-monthly where we break up into teams of two members each- a more and less experienced member. Each member cooks a recipe that was picked out previously and our club comes together to eat and talk about the family or ethnic culture about each dish. We also throw on events for the student body and are looking into volunteer opportunities.
Alex Koruga firstname.lastname@example.org
DA's undertaking is to provide an atmosphere where Seattle University students and affiliates can meet and share their mutual interest in dance, as well as explore different dance styles. Dance Alliance is an inclusive organization for students of all skill levels.
Dr. Jessica Ludescherludeschj@seattleu.edu
The Diagnostic Ultrasound Club focus is to promote the concepts of leadership, critical thinking, team work, professionalism and patient/community education in the classroom and clinical facilities.
Mr. Terry Readtread@seattleu.edu
Drop the Bass is a Soprano/Alto a capella group that sings jazz and barbershop songs. Our purpose is to perform great music and to have fun while doing so.
The mission of Engineers for a Sustainable World is to partner with developing communities worldwide in order to improve their quality of life. This partnership involves the implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while involving and training internationally responsible engineers and engineering students. To learn more, visit seattleu-esw.org.
Dr. Phillip ThompsonThompson@seattleu.edu
The Fashion Club of Seattle University works to create fashion awareness on campus and strives to be involved in the local fashion of scene of Seattle. Fashion Club works to promote the professional development of students interested in the fashion industry by hosting bi-monthly meetings, guest speakers from the Seattle community, and the production of our annual "On My Block" Fashion Show.
Harmony ArnoldCollege of Arts and Sciencesarnoldh@seattleu.edu
Food for Thought will be a club where people can get together and discuss food justice, animal justice, and sustainable living. Food for Thought will talk about what our culture does to cause injustice for people and animals. We will have meetings where we discuss articles and movies surrounding those topics as well as cooking nights, where we will make cruelty-free food. The group will make more students aware about these issues.
GRAMMY U is a unique and fast-growing community of college students, primarily between the ages of 17 and 25, who are pursuing a career in the recording industry. GRAMMY U events and special programs touch on all aspects of the music industry, from the technology to the tracks themselves. Events are scheduled throughout the semester to give GRAMMY U members a wide variety of experiences and professional development. Because we are part of The Recording Academy, members have extraordinary access to the industry and its artists.
The Harry Potter Alliance is a group of people who are inspired by the Harry Potter series, as well as other literature, to fight for equality, human rights, and literacy.
Her Campus is an online magazine that is targeted toward the college female. Content of this magazine focuses on life, love, wellness, pop culture, fashion, career, and much more. Her Campus is also works with brands to help reach college markets both online and offline.
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Seattle University desires to be the hands and feet of Jesus through service, prayer and community.
We hope to serve the campus and community in tangible ways. We hope to pray in order to grow in our love for God and His purposes in the world, as well as to grow in our love for others.
Literary Society is a community for avid
readers, aspiring writers, and those who want a place to talk about literature
on campus. Along with meetings every other week, we hope to host a variety of
different events throughout the school year, as well as provide opportunities
for students hoping to give back to the community through the literary arts or
pursue a career in the field.We value open discussion about literature and
writing, a welcoming environment for students of any major, providing a
recreational space to pursue literary appreciation, and engagement in the local
literary community outside of Seattle University.
The purpose of this organization is to build and expand the student design community at Seattle University through promoting and attending design-related events held in the greater Seattle community, as well as hosting various events on campus. We also plan to administrate and organize the Seattle University student design community into a fluid work group that in turn will provide visual continuity for Seattle University’s design and aesthetics. Throughout the school year, our group will reach out to other clubs and organizations on campus and collaborate to develop and produce design work to fulfill the creative needs for the respective groups, while also building professional development skills for student designers.
The Seattle University Game Club is the continuation of the former SU Video Gamers Alliance(also formerly known as the VGA). The primary difference is that the SU Game Club is that we are opening up the range of activities to include non-video games and other fun activities and events.
We strive to foster a place of fellowship for international and domestic students to learn from and teach one another how to cook traditional foods from around the world. Through this we not only seek to develop a deeper appreciation for diverse culinary tastes, but also to develop relationships that merge the domestic and international communities at Seattle University.
The purpose of The Seattle University Jazz Band shall be to provide for students of Seattle University opportunities to play jazz and other music for enjoyment, performance, and other related purposes. Student members of The Seattle University Jazz Band shall play in small combos, one large “Big Band,” or other arrangements deemed appropriate by the membership. At select times determined by the membership, The Seattle University Jazz Band may work in collaboration with the Seattle University Swing Dance Club to provide music for dancing. We shall, as an organization, encourage positive attitude collaboration, and foster the building of musical skills, confidence in performance, and outstanding artistic expression among club members.
The mission of Seattle University Toastmasters is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
To foster a community that supports both present and former members of the United States military services during their time at Seattle University.
A club that unites environmental engineers and scientists on campus by creating a sense of community, networking with the broader scientific and engineering community, and volunteering time to preserve and protect the environment. This year our large project is the EPA RainWorks Challenge. We are meeting with the architects for the potential new science building on campus and designing a project that would reduce SU's stormwater footprint. We also plan to have speakers, restoration field trips, and socializing events.
Dr. Mike MarsolekMarsoleM@seattleu.edu
Seattle University’s Student Alumni Ambassadors are dedicated to serve as university representatives to bridge the gap between undergraduate students and alumni by fostering opportunities for personal and professional development within the living Redhawk Network.
The Ascend Seattle Chapter is looking to build a clear path of communication between professional members of the Ascend organization and students looking for mentorship, leadership, and networking opportunities. Particularly as an Asian-American or Pacific Islander, it can sometimes be difficult to find a role model with a shared background to turn to when seeking guidance as college years go by, graduations approach, and careers begin. The Ascend Seattle Chapter looks to help in creating a framework that will allow for student members of the organization to openly turn to professional members for mentorship and guidance. We are looking for the best and the brightest to join the Ascend organization as student members, and make the most of what Ascend has to offer, including: fun and impactful networking events, mentoring relationships with experienced professionals looking to help, leadership opportunities to help you grow and prepare for your future
My Linh Hoanghoangm6@seattleu.edu
The Smash Bros. Club aims to create and foster a community through the fighting game Super Smash Brothers because of its competitive, local and fun gameplay.
An improvisation club whose goals are to provide education and experience in improvisational technique so that persons involved may pursue improv outside of a school setting.
This club is helping to preserve the beautiful and fun dance of swing. We learn to appreciate big band jazz and 20's-30's styles and steps. This club is a great opportunity for students to meet one another, get off campus, and have immense amounts of fun.
Unauthorized to Harmonize (UTH) is an a cappella group that performs for the Seattle University community.
Create a space/social scene for those interested in video games, gaming in general, and other nerdiness.
Jackson Van Dyckvandyckj@seattleu.edu
Dan WashburnOffice of Information Technology - Classroom Supportwashburn@seattleu.edu
Seattle University's Creative Writing Club, W.O.R.D, strives to create and establish a community of writers on the SU campus, to encourage creativity through poetry, prose and other writing forms, and to support literacy and a wider appreciation of literature throughout campus and the surrounding Seattle community.
Miranda Benson email@example.com