Events for Admitted Students

Virtual Events

While all in-person admitted student events have been cancelled, we are excited to celebrate your admission and answer your questions. Virtual events will be posted here as they are finalized.

Zoom Q&As with Staff, Faculty and Students

Eager to learn more about Seattle U programs? Our faculty, staff and students are excited to connect with you and answer your questions. It is our hope you can get many of your questions answered and learn more about what your experience may look like at Seattle U.

Event Dates and Registration

Please click on the program name below to register. 


Please register for the program at least two hours before the event begins. All registered guests will recevie an email before the program with information about the Zoom Q&As. Stay tuned!

Ask Me Anything: Zoom Q&As with Current Students

These events will allow you to connect with current Seattle University students. By joining us via Zoom for this Q&A, you can connect with current students who will answer your questions and provide more information about the student experience at Seattle University. 

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All events start at 5:00 p.m. PDT and will last one hour. 

Redhawk Conversations: Connect with Incoming Students

This event will allow you to connect with other incoming students through informal conversations and chats. While an admissions counselor and two currrent students will be present, this program is driven by you-and for you. Meet other incoming students and join this casual conversation.

Register Here

All events start at 5:00 p.m. PDT and will last one hour. 

How to Participate

There will be an email sent to all registered guests with the Zoom link.

Can't Attend?

Our students are hosting one-on-one Zoom calls for interested students. Please email askastudent@seattleu.edu to arrange a time to chat.

How We Support Our Students: A Parent Program 

Hear from university leaders, including the Dean of Students and the Director of Parent and Family Engagement, to learn more about the resources, offices and programs at Seattle University that support our students. We hope this special program for parents and family members answers your questions and highlights how we aim to ensure your student's success at Seattle University.

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Please click on the date below to register for your preferred event:

How to Participate

There will be an email sent to all registered guests two hours before the program with information about how to access the program. Stay tuned!

Admitted Student Virtual Reception 

Did you miss the chance to view this program? Filmed in late March, this program sought to introduce our admitted students to Seattle University. Hear from the Director of Admissions, the President of Seattle University, a faculty member in the Albers School of Business and Economics, a director of our Career Engagement Office, the Assistant Vice President of Student Development and some of our current students. 

Admitted Students of Color Virtual Event

This program is normally a reception we host on-campus for our admitted students of color. While nothing can replace the opportunity for one-on-one conversations and opportunities to connect with future mentors and classmates, this program was was created in mid-April to provide some additional insight on the opportunities, resources and experiences that exist at Seattle U. The program features remarks from the Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, the Director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Director of our Center for Student Involvement and our Vice President of Student Development, as well as a virtual student panel with some of our current students.

Housing and Residential Life Virtual Event

Filmed in mid-April, this program aimed to help you learn more about the residence life at Seattle University and see some our first-year residence halls, despite the fact that many of our students were no longer on-campus. The program features the three residence halls where our first-year students live, as well as some of the unique community spaces in each. Additionally, hear from three current students about their experiences living on campus at Seattle U.