Students for Life of America (SFLA), a national pro-life organization with no authority over Seattle University policy, posts on their website about efforts to influence a number of Catholic Universities to remove references to or affiliations with Planned Parenthood--efforts they refer to as "industry impact".
Screenshot of original reference (now removed) to Planned Parenthood on College of Arts & Sciences Web Page
Read the Coverage by The Spectator
Following President Sundborg's decision to remove the reference to Planned Parenthood from the website, several dozen students gathered to present a letter signed by over 1,000 students, faculty, staff, and alumni to Sundborg when he was on his way to a meeting with a coalition from Academic Assembly to discuss his decision (reporting by The Spectator).
The Academic Assembly, SU's elected shared governance faculty body that serves as a strong and coherent faculty voice in decision-making in academic matters, voted to approve a motion to the President, Provost, Cabinet and Board of Trustees with five recommendations regarding President Sundborg's order to removed Planned Parenthood from certain University web pages.
A 1967 position paper adopted by the participants of a seminar sponsored by University of Notre Dame on the role of Catholic universities. Attendees at this American seminar included the following university presidents: University of Notre Dame, Georgetown, Seton Hall, Boston College, Fordham, St. Louis University, and the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico. Over a dozen other educators from North American Catholic institutions of higher education were also present.
Selections from the Lemieux Library's archive of the Seattle University student-run newspaper, The Spectator. These issues have direct references to Planned Parenthood and/or sexual health issues on campus.