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With more than 55 authors scheduled to appear, the eighth annual book festival is a nationwide network surrounding the human search for meaning. It takes place Feb. 28, 2015 on the SU campus. Info & tickets: http://www.seattleu.edu/searchformeaning/

Students and graduates talk about what they value most in an SU education.

U.S. News: Seattle University in Top 10 in the West

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09/09/2015

Seattle University has maintained it top-10 ranking as one of the West’s top regional universities for more than a dozen consecutive years, according to the 2016 U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” rankings released today. Seattle U ranked 6th among 118 western regional universities that offer a full range of undergraduate, master’s and select doctoral degree programs. Read More about U.S. News: Seattle University in Top 10 in the West.

Seattle University Launches New School with Programs Aimed at Working Adults

07/16/2015
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Seattle University is accepting applications for two new bachelor’s degree programs for working adults that will be part of a new school. The School of New and Continuing Studies (NCS), the university’s ninth distinct college or school, will offer classes in the degree programs Digital Cultures and Organizational Leadership beginning next spring.Read More about Seattle University Launches New School with Programs Aimed at Working Adults.

Seattle University Receives Two Largest Gifts in its History Totaling $42 Million

05/28/2015
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A $30 million combined cash and estate gift will support the university’s new Center for Science and Innovation and create an endowment for student scholarships. A separate $12 million estate gift will benefit scholarships and the university’s Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture. Read More about Seattle University Receives Two Largest Gifts in its History Totaling $42 Million.

Seattle University Junior Olivia Smith Awarded Prestigious Truman Scholarship

04/15/2015
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Junior Olivia Smith, a graduate of Seattle’s Cleveland High School, is a 2015 Truman Scholar. The prestigious academic award, from the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, is given to undergraduates who are preparing for careers in public service. Truman Scholarship winners receive a $30,000 scholarship toward graduate school and the opportunity to participate in professional development programs to help prepare them for careers in public service leadership. Smith, a political science and Spanish double major and Sullivan Scholar, hopes to attend the University of Chicago Law School and ultimately to return to Washington where she aspires to serve as a King County prosecuting attorney.  Read More about Seattle University Junior Olivia Smith Awarded Prestigious Truman Scholarship.

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