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At Seattle U, we encourage the holistic support of students. To facilitate the growth of the next generation of leaders, we promote the development of strong multicultural competence, faith exploration and personal development.
Over 100 clubs across academic disciplines and interests are at your fingertips. Into anime and the history of animation? Check. Looking to increase equity and inclusion on campus? Double check. Interested in DJ-ing a live radio station? Triple check. No matter your interests, you'll find a family of students here who shares your passions and passionate staff to support your learning.
Jesuit education aims to help you explore, understand, and deepen a faith that does justice in your life. We encourage a habit of introspection for a holistic development and welcome the role that family plays as students engage in this self-authorship.
We combine all aspects of student life to develop opportunities for development. Between academic-based communities to student activities programs, you're sure to find a niche that challenges your abilities to become the leader within you.
We know that college can be some of the most stressful days of your life. Taking care of yourself mentally, physically and emotionally will be one of the keys of success. So take some time now and then to put down that text book and have some me time.
The vision of the Division of Student Development is to help our students achieve success while at Seattle University and to empower them to lead extraordinary lives when they graduate. As stewards of the Redhawk Experience for all Seattle University students, we will partner with students and campus colleagues to develop and implement experiences that will engage, prepare, and empower students in their search for meaning and purpose.
Graduate assistantships (GAships) offer degree-related experience and financial support for graduate students enrolled in the SDA master's program. These experiences are often an important factor when competing for positions after graduation. Positions open fequently, so check back often!
This week, we'd like to recognize the International Student Center for their delicious UN Luncheon! With the participation of students and staff, the ISC featured dishes from around the globe where students were able to meet new people, experience new food, and learn more about other countries in the United Nations.