Seattle University and Nicaragua

Seattle University has shared an important and ongoing relationship with the country of Nicaragua since 1996, representing a valuable expression of our global educational engagement and commitment to "empowering leaders for a more just and humane world." Over the past 13 years, the university has brought more than 130 faculty and staff members and 32 students to Nicaragua, and over the past decade there have been 25 different initiatives in the areas of teaching & learning, scholarship, and collaborative projects involving 115 students and 33 faculty and staff.

For more information about Seattle University’s ongoing relationship with Nicaragua, please click on the topics below.

For further information, please contact Joe Orlando or Jen Tilghman-Havens.


Seattle University donated 100 computers to the Jesuit University in Managua and 10 computers to a Jesuit elementary school as technology enhancement for sister institutions.