As you prepare to start your new graduate program at Seattle University, add the Graduate Student Welcome to your calendar. This University orientation complements what your program may offer. Meet other graduate students, tour campus, take care of business, learn more about Seattle University and support services available to aid your success.
We look forward to seeing you!
Graduate Student Welcome: Fall 2016
Monday, September 19, 2016
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Pigott Building (First Floor)
Check in here before making your way to the orientation session. We will have a registration packet for your and a ticket for a chance to win free prizes.
Learn more about Library and research services, Information Technology support, SUOnline Basics, Student Financial Services, Graduate Student Council, Academic and Wellness support, and more about your peers.
Talk with academic and student service providers. Obtain your campus card when you have your Seattle U ID# available. Ask questions about transportation and community service options. Learn about health insurance and the fitness center.
Learn how to navigate campus with some of your new peers with the help of a tour guide. The campus tour will leaver from the Resource Fair at 5:45. Also, check out your dedicated graduate student social and study space, the McGoldrick Collegium, on the first floor of Hunthausen Hall during the campus tour.
For directions to campus visit, http://www.seattleu.edu/visit/getting-to-seattleu-university/. Parking is complimentary. You can access at campus map at http://www.seattleu.edu/map/.
Questions? Call (206) 296-5998 or email email@example.com
Program Orientation Events
Many, but not all, of our graduate programs also have an orientation event with program-specific information so contact your department for details. International students attending on an F-1 student visa must check-in with the International Student Center before the start of classes. A mandatory orientation for new international students is held prior to the start of the fall quarter in September.
The Graduate Student Welcome event is a general program with important information for all our graduate students.