Seattle U encourages alumni to pursue knowledge and engage with other active minds. We offer a number of education benefits to help you on your lifelong learning journey.

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Reading Redhawks

Reading Redhawks is a new online series dedicated to inspired literature and to our Redhawk community. Open to alumni and friends of Seattle U, Reading Redhawks is a book club-style learning opportunity full of engaging content and rich discussion. Look forward to a rotating lineup of topics led by Seattle U faculty, alumni and staff members.

Upcoming sessions

  • November 19, 2020 with Ariel Rosemond, '13, '14
  • December 9, 2020 with Jasmine Mahmoud, PhD 
  • December 10, 2020 with Jasmine Mahmoud, PhD

Visit Events for more information on topics, texts and registration for each session.

Download our Reading Redhawks Zoom Background to use during our virtual events.

Audit Courses

Alumni can audit undergraduate courses for a nominal fee ($35 or $55 per course). To view the courses available for audit, click on the course catalog below. To enroll in a course, view and complete the Alumni Audit Application below.

Please note: Audit Applications are due by the end of the first week of the quarter you are planning to audit. Audit applicants that fail to submit the form by the end of the first week may be rejected.

 

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Library Access 

SU alumni can check out books from the Lemieux Library. Access to the catalog is available from the library's website. If you have questions regarding how to search the catalog, contact the library reference desk staff at libref@seattleu.edu or 206-296-6230. Find a complete listing of services for alumni.

At this time, the library is unable to grant database access to alumni. We encourage our alumni to access academic and research databases through their local public library, including the Seattle Public Library