Alumni

Our Alumni

The best in the biz

Our alumni have career and life experience that can take what Communication and Media majors are learning and help them  apply it outside of the classroom. From navigating post grad life to getting that first job, you can be a great resource to students.

The connection, advice and support from alumni who have paved their own path post graduation is invaluable to current undergraduates in the Communication Department.

How can you get involved?

Alumni Mentorship Program

Connecting you with our students and the Communication Department

We design partnerships to draw on your valuable experience in order to help current students navigate the challenges of post-graduate life. Mentors and students will have the opportunity to connect with one another a few times a year.

Alumni

The Communication Department values your experience and knowledge and strives to connect undergraduates to alumni for the mutual benefit of leadership development. Communication Department alums have a variety of strengths, skills, and real life experience. Whether a student is passionate about public relations, journalism, or wants to break into an uncharted industry, alumni of the Communication Department at Seattle U can mentor and help students through the process.

Alumni mentors apply here.

Students

Involvement in the Communication and Media Alumni Mentorship Program can expand student’s professional development and learning outside of the classroom. Having a sounding board to provide advice, guidance, and connections is invaluable as students transition from college into their chosen field. Open to current junior and seniors.

Students apply here.

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The College of Arts and Sciences is committed to helping each student explore their lifetime journey toward a life of meaning and purpose that starts here, on the SU campus. Through our professional formation initiatives, we provide opportunities to develop skills and networks that help students start building career paths, opening doors, and expanding possibilities for the future.

Contact Us

  • Christopher Paul, PhD

    Christopher Paul, PhD

    Chair
    Email
    206.296.2034

  • Verna McKinnon-Hipps

    Verna McKinnon-Hipps

    Administrative Assistant
    Email
    206.296.2034