Collegia are “homes away from home” for commuter students with
comfortable furniture and study areas, a kitchen, computers, and snacks. Students use collegia as their living room spaces for reading, resting between classes, eating breakfast and lunch, connecting with other students, and more. Throughout Summer Quarter, students enrolled in classes within Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry have access to the McGoldrick Collegium in Hunthausen Hall as well as the Student Center's Tekakwitha Collegium. Hours and details below.
Tekakwitha Summer CollegiumOpen to all Seattle University summer commuter students. Located in the Student Center, room #110.June 23 - August 15 | M-Th, 11am - 6pm & Fri, 11am-2pmMcGoldrick Collegium (open just for School of Theology & Ministry students!)Located in the first floor of Hunthausen Hall. Since McGoldrick Collegium will not be staffed, the cabinets will be
locked but the school will supply compostable plats, cups and cutlery for
students to use.June 23 - August 15 | M-Th, 8am-4:14pm & Fri, 8am-3pm
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