Year End Giving Information:Notice – Seattle University offices will be closed for
winter break, December 24th through January 1st. To
ensure your gift counts towards the 2014 tax year please consider the
Checks – Gifts made by check must be postmarked by
Wednesday, December 31st to be considered a 2014 gift.
Credit Cards – The easiest way to ensure that a gift via
credit card is counted for the 2014 calendar year is to make your gift online
any time before midnight on December 31st. If mailing or calling in
your credit card information, please note that this must be received by end of
business on Tuesday, December 23rd, otherwise we will be unable to
process before our offices are closed for break.
Gifts of Stock – Gifts of stock must be transferred into
Seattle University’s brokerage account by December 31st to count as
a 2014 contribution. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seattle University is driven to provide academic excellence and state-of-the-art opportunities to its students, and to serve our community and world by addressing society’s most vital issues. We are a university on the rise, shaped by hard work, driven by our mission and committed to providing the best education and personal transformation possible. The cornerstones of a Seattle University education include academic success, professional and personal formation and empowering leaders for a just and humane world.
Private financial support affords all who benefit from SU services and programs even greater levels of access and opportunity through innovative new programs; funding for student scholarship awards; technology, equipment and improved facilities; and recruitment and retention of the faculty who continue to make this university a center of excellence. Study at Seattle University deepens students’ awareness and appreciation of a faith that promotes justice, engages culture and embraces dialogue.
Donor generosity represents an important vote of confidence in SU’s work, mission and vision from our alumni, friends, volunteers, parents, faculty, staff, retirees, and current students.