The Commuter & Transfer Student Life (CTSL) office provides support to graduate students by providing advocacy, usage of a graduate student Collegium, publicizes quarterly new graduate student welcome events and provides general information helpful to life as a Seattle University student.
For further Graduate Student resources and advocacy, we also would like to point you in the direction of the Graduate Student Council.
GSC is a representative group of graduate students from across campus that volunteers their time to improve graduate student life at Seattle University.
Information relating to employment, grants, scholarships, and more for graduate students.
At a Graduate Student Welcome Event, new graduate students will be able to get their Campus Card, activate e-mail, buy a parking pass and books, sign up for the Collegium, get a locker, learn about campus services and go on a campus tour.
Collegia spaces offer home-like environments in which graduate students can renew themselves between classes, meet with classmates and faculty in a relaxed setting, have conversations with friends, enjoy a snack or join in a special activity.
We know that graduate students have unique needs when it comes to dining and food services. When you are not able to bring food with you, a flexible commuter meal plan is flexible enough to meet your needs.
Seattle University offers lockers and showers for students who choose to utilize these services to take full advantage of facilities on-campus. Learn more.
For students commuting to Seattle University for classes, activities, and programs convienient parking and transportation is a must. We compiled information on both to assit you.
The Deparment of Housing and Residence Life assists Seattle university students by providing a space for students to share off-campus housing opportunities.
In addition to programs, events, and services offered by Commuter & Transfer Student Life; the Seattle University community offers a great deal of services and resources to our students.