This list of SU student resources was originally compiled for our Winter 2023 Social Work newsletter. As new students join our SU community, we would like to remind students of what resources are available. This may not be a complete list of all the resources for SU students.
Office of Multicultural Affairs Emergency Financial Assistance
- OMA Emergency Fund for emergency financial assistance for SU students experiencing one-time, non-tuition related financial emergencies.
- Mariposa Emergency Fund for undocumented students experiencing one-time, non-tuition related financial emergencies and unDACAmented students needing financial assistance with filing their DACA renewal.
- The Commuter Link is a community and resource space for all commuter students.
- Transportation and Parking offers parking permits and transit passes at a discounted rate, as well as security escort and the Night Hawk nighttime shuttle program.
- Commuter Meal Plans are available to add to your student ID card for use at any of the dining options on campus.
- Lockers are available to rent for all commuter students.
Career Engagement Office Career Coaching & Programs
- The Career Engagement Office welcomes undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent alumni and can assist with exploring career paths, finding internships, conducting job searches, and applying to graduate school or preparing for your next professional role.
Student Health and Wellness
- All Seattle University students have access to 24/7 virtual medical and mental healthcare from anywhere in the United States through TimelyCare.
- The Student Health Center offers on-campus healthcare at minimal cost for many health and wellness needs. The center functions primarily as a clinic but reserves same day appointments for more urgent medical needs.
- View additional information about student health insurance, Covid vaccination and test information, University Recreation, Counseling & Psychological Services, & student safety.
Student Identity & Affiliation Support
- The Indigenous Peoples Institute supports Native American student success at Seattle U and raises awareness about issues of critical importance to local and global Indigenous peoples.
- The International Student Center is the main resource for creating a bridge between U.S. and international students. The ISC offers services to provide support to international students and resources for a variety of immigration-related issues For faculty and staff, the ISC offers tools for supporting international student's pathways.
- Resources for first-generation students
- Resources for students who are parents
- Resources for Trans & gender non-conforming students
- Read more about resources and support available to SU students of various identities and affiliations.
Graduate Student Council Conference Funding
- The Individual Conference Grant is to support and facilitate graduate and professional student research initiatives and professional formation through attendance of professional conferences.
Graduate Student Graduate and Adult Learner Link
- The Graduate and Adult Learner Link (formerly the McGoldrick Collegium) is the home for graduate students and adult learners over the age of 25. The GAL offers a comfortable, engaging, and fun community space with an outdoor patio, kitchenette, printing & study areas, and proximity to shops and restaurants in Capitol Hill.
Graduate Student & Adult Learner McGoldrick Lending Library
- The McGoldrick Lending Library is a free textbook lending library available to all graduate students and adult learners at Seattle University.