78,000
Alumni to network with

SU Alumni Connect is an online hub that gives you the ability to network with all 78,000 alumni.

Su Alumni Connect

2560
Participated

Last year, 2,560 alumni participated in Seattle University Alumni Association programs and events. 

$55
Audit a class

Alumni can audit undergraduate courses at Seattle University for just $55.

93
Countries

Seattle University in all 50 states, and around the world.

 

 

 

576
Engaged

With the SUAA for the first time last year.

181
Volunteers

Participated in in 18 Homecoming Day of Service locations

ZANDREA HARLIN, ’06, MPH, RN-BC

Alumni Spotlight

As a student in Seattle University’s College of Nursing, Zandy realized that working in a hospital wasn’t for her. “I was really clear that I wanted to work in the community.” After a stint in the Jesuit volunteer Corps, working at the Downtown Emergency Service Center and earning her master's degree in public health, Zandy is now in a leadership position at Kaiser Permanente where she addresses systemic issues to improve quality of care. “I get to think about how to better serve vulnerable groups.”

ZANDREA HARLIN, ’06, MPH, RN-BC

 

 "I stay connected with the Seattle U community because it is and always will be my family."

-Ann Yoo, '98 President, Alumni Board of Governors

 

 

Top 10 ways to get connected

 

  1. Register and engage on SU Alumni Connect.
  2. Join a regional, affinity or industry alumni chapter.
  3. Follow SUAA on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.
  4. Build your network at SU Advantage events and career workshops.
  5. Make a gift during SU Gives February 1-2.
  6. Attend class reunions.
  7. Cheer on SU basketball during Homecoming. Don’t forget to wear red!
  8. Refer the next generation of Redhawks through the Alumni Referral Program.
  9. Volunteer at Homecoming Day of Service.
  10. Stay in the know by keeping your contact information up to date.

 

 

 "I can't imagine my life without the values-based education I recieved at Seattle U. It really helped shape and frame many of the critical decisions I have made in my life."

-Matt Diefenbach, '98