Assessment
Learning Outcomes

Graduate Students

  • Seattle University's Mission Statement  

    Seattle University is dedicated to educating the whole person, to professional formation, and to empowering leaders for a just and humane world.

    Upon completing their graduate studies, Seattle University students will:

    1. Demonstrate mastery of competencies required in their profession or field.
    2. Demonstrate effective communication in speech and in writing.
    3. Exhibit professional integrity, ethical leadership, and effective collaboration skills.
    4. Recognize and address moral and ethical challenges within their professions as informed by the Jesuit Catholic tradition.
    5. Assess personal and professional levels of commitment to service for a just and sustainable world as informed by a global perspective.
    6. Develop a professional perspective focused on life-long learning that is informed by the knowledge and skills of their graduate education.
  • Contacts

    Bob Duniway, Ph.D.
    Assistant Vice President
    University Planning

    Charles Lawrence, Ph.D.
    Associate Provost for Academic Achievement 

    Rosa Hughes
    Senior Administrative Assistant
    Office of the Provost

     Lauren Rochholz
    Administrative Coordinator
    Office of University Planning

  • Office of the Provost

    Associate Provost
    for Academic Achievement
    ADMN 104
    206.296.2595

    Seattle University
    901 12th Avenue
    P. O. Box 222000
    Seattle, WA 98122-1090