Commuter and Transfer Student Life
Veterans

Veterans

  • Commuter & Transfer Student Life (CTSL) extends a warm welcome to all who have served or are currently serving our country. We also welcome the spouses and dependants of service members. Seattle University recognizes military members and dependants have special needs and concerns.

    Our department seeks to ease the transition from military to civilian life, and will guide you as you embark on or continue your college experience with us.

    • There are 140 undergraduate and graduate veterans on the SU campus and 30 veterans in the law school.
    • The total SU veterans population is 78% male and 22% female.
    • The average age of an SU veteran is 35.
    • 98% of the SU veterans live off-campus; 2% live on campus.

    Below are people, resources, and organizations that are here to support you as you journey through your academic life at Seattle University.

    Resources for Veterans

    Veteran Navigator

    The Veteran Navigator is a Seattle University staff member who is also a veteran. They are commited to advocating for and assisting veteran students to different university resources. Click on the link provided to meet your Veteran Navigator.

    Seattle University Veterans Advisory Group

    Seattle University Veterans Advisory Group is a panel of Seattle University faculty and administrators that meet to recommend more ways for the University to be more Veteran accessible.

    Seattle University Veterans Committee (SUVC)

    SUVC seeks to ease the transition from military to civilian life, and will guide you as you embark on or continue your college experience at Seattle University.

    Campus Services

    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.

    Veteran Education Resources

    Veteran Employment Resources