Engage Today. Impact Tomorrow.

Seattle University opens doors and creates countless opportunities.
Today, you can do the same for students and the university.

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We are challenging 10,000 alumni in Our Moment for Mission: The President's Challenge to empower
students to stride forward with purpose, and impact our world for the better.

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Stay current on university happenings, attend alumni events, and cheer on your favorite teams.

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Mentor students, speak in classes or other programs and share your story.

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Help build equitable access and strengthen the transformative Seattle U experience.

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Our Progress

Since the launch of the campaign in September, we have engaged 5,911 alumni.

Our Goal

Our Moment for Mission: The President’s Challenge (OMFM) challenges 10,000 alumni to become engaged in the university by connecting, volunteering and giving.

Why Alumni Engagement Matters

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Creating Long-Lasting Connections

“Being involved in the Seattle University Alumni Association has helped me stay connected to my friends while also meeting new people who I didn’t know as a student, says Eashudee (Hanna-Marie Lucero), ’20, about starting the Indigenous Alumni group.

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Working Together, Building Something New

“As a mentor, I always encourage my mentees to participate in the decision making at every level, explained Ann McCormack, 67, of her mentorship of Jonathan Choe, ’20, during which they started Six Arts Academy in China.

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Empowering Education: Student Scholar Finds Success at SU and Beyond

I’m thankful to know that there are people out there who will donate and care for students like me, just knowing that warms my heart, says Saymirah Cornelius-McClam, ’21, current senior and accounting major, reflecting on the impact of scholarships.

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Alumni Spotlight

“You can always find ways to give back, whether it is time or through a gift. The university can only be as strong as the community that supports it.”

Doquyen Huynh, ’07, ’10 MSN, ’14 DNP