New Students + Family and Supporters

Welcome New Redhawks!

Redhawk Essentials
  • Housing Application
  • Upload Immunizations
  • Health Insurance
  • Seattle U ID Card Photo
  • CSI Survey
  • 'Voices for Change'
Engaging Academically
  • Career Discernment
  • Major Interest Form
  • Academic Advising Sessions
  • Registration Week
Creating Community
  • Orientation Small Groups
  • Housing Virtual Event
  • Commuter Student Life
  • Virtual Summer Events

Your Summer Timeline

Welcome new Redhawks! We look forward to welcoming you and your family + supporters to the Redhawk community.

The following virtual events are important to your transition to Seattle U. Please mark your calendars to join us.

"(NS)" indicates sessions for New Students
"(F+S)" indicates sessions for Family + Supporters
"(ALL)" indicates sessions for New Students and Family + Supporters

(NS) All Summer

  • Participate in virtual events with current students. Details will be posted starting June 1.

(ALL) Week of June 22: How Careers Influence Choosing a Major (required)

  • New students, join the Career Engagement Office team in a workshop designed to help you reflect on aligning who you are, what you want to study, and how careers can relate to choosing a major.
  • Family + Supporters, curious about how your student is preparing for a career and academic path? We’ll take you through the three session series students are completing and offer tips on how you can be supportive to the process.

(NS) Week of June 29: Orientation Small Group Meeting

  • Join a small group of other incoming new students with a current SU student (your Orientation Advisor) assigned to lead you through your transition experience. You will meet with your Orientation Advisor and small group a couple of times through the summer.

(NS) Week of July 6: Advising Sessions by School/College (required)

  • Along with other students, learn about the advising relationship, what you need to explore prior to registration, and next steps to create your fall course schedule.

(F+S) Week of July 6: How to Help Your Student through Transition

  • Attending college is a time of transition for most students. In this session, you’ll hear about the transition experiences of some of our current students and learn coaching strategies that can help your Redhawk soar.

(ALL) Week of July 13: Housing Virtual Event and Zoom Q&A

  • This program will introduce you to the residence hall options for Seattle University students along with insider tips and information that will be helpful for the transition into your first quarter on campus.

(ALL) July 14 at 5 pm: Commuter Student Life at Seattle U

  • Connect with other students who will be commuting or family + supporters of commuters. Learn about the many resources available to you.

(NS) Week of July 20: Registration Week (required)

  • It’s Reg Week! Join us for your first ever Registration Week. With the assistance of academic advising staff, select your fall courses.

(F+S) Week of July 20: Safety & Helping Resources on Campus

  • Learn more about safety on campus and resources (counseling, academic support, and physical/mental health support) designed to help students be successful.  

(NS) Week of July 27: Orientation Small Group Meeting

  • Join a small group of other incoming new students with a current SU student (your Orientation Advisor) assigned to lead you through your transition experience. You will meet with your Orientation Advisor and small group a couple of times through the summer.

(ALL) Week of August 10: Housing Virtual Event and Zoom Q&A

  • This program will introduce you to the residence hall options for Seattle University students along with insider tips and information that will be helpful for the transition into your first quarter on campus.

(NS) Week of August 24: Orientation Small Group Meeting

  •  Join a small group of other incoming new students with a current SU student (your Orientation Advisor) assigned to lead you through your transition experience. You will meet with your Orientation Advisor and small group a couple of times through the summer.