Seattle University is consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report and included in The Princeton Review's Best Colleges guide. See the full rankings.
Seattle University offers an extensive array of programs: eight colleges and schools offer more than 120 undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs.
Each year, Seattle University has a regional economic impact approaching $525 million.
Three out of four Seattle University undergraduate students engage in community service, three times the national average. Students, faculty and staff contribute 200,000 hours of service annually.
Seattle University has more than 90,000 alumni in 98 countries. Seventy percent have remained in Washington, contributing to the state economy and talent pool after graduation.
Undergraduates with aid: 92.4%
Average aid awarded per undergraduate recipient: $31,788
Non-law graduates with aid: 69.7%
Average aid awarded per non-law recipient: $21,036
Law students with aid: 92.7%
Average aid awarded per law student: $49,193