Alumni
Alumni Benefits

Continuing Education

  •  Alumni audit

    Auditing Courses

    Alumni are able to audit undergraduate courses for a nominal fee. Contact the academic schools or colleges from which you graduated to learn more about courses offered each quarter, or the office of Alumni Relations for additional information at (206) 220-8443.

    View our frequently asked questions. Download an undergraduate audit form.

    Library Access

    SU alumni may check out books on a quarterly basis from the Lemiuex Library with an alumni library card. To obtain a card, contact Alumni Relations for details.

    Access to the catalog is available from the library's home page. If you have questions regarding how to search the catalog, contact the library reference desk staff at libref@seattleu.edu or 206-296-6230.

    College of Arts and Sciences Alumni Seminars

    Alumni Seminars are open to SU alumni and other college graduates in the Seattle area who seek a high-quality learning experience, stimulating discussions of life's deeper questions, and the companionship of other active minds.

    Taught by senior members of the Arts and Sciences faculty and special guests, each quarter-long seminar examines a great theme or set of issues in human experience. Discussions center on assigned readings or films that take 2-3 hours per week to complete. Participants are encouraged to make connections between the course materials and real concerns encountered in their daily lives and work.

    The seminars fit the schedules of busy professionals as well as those with more leisure time. Participants meet on six weekday evenings per quarter (about twice per month) for 2 1/2 hours in a relaxed environment on campus. For more information visit the website or call 206-296-5300

    Friends of the College of Arts and Sciences

    Alumni may also be interested in other programming offered through the Friends of the College of Arts and Sciences. Designed specifically for the life-long learner, these programs include include provocative and lively discussions and presentations with political leaders, scholars and artists, as well as concerts, plays, literary readings and gallery openings.

    The membership fee benefits programs of the College of Arts and Sciences and entitles members to special invitations and member-only discounts to certain programs. To become a member, or for more information, please contact us.