You expect the best from yourself. You also expect the best from your education. A Seattle University education can open doors for you: to your own capabilities, to opportunities for fulfilling work, to a network of other professionals. Founded in 1891, Seattle University is a private Jesuit university situated on 48 acres in Seattle's First Hill and Capitol Hill neighborhoods. The Jesuits are well-known and respected as educators. A Jesuit education challenges students to think clearly, think for themselves, and test commonly accepted knowledge.
We continually revise and expand our offerings to meet the needs of the Pacific Northwest. We understand the challenge of advancing your education while juggling the demands of a job, family and other responsibilities. You'll find that many SU programs accommodate the often full schedules of working professionals, with options for evening and weekend classes, and faculty available during extended office hours.
Troy Sterk (Education, Science & Engineering, Nursing)
Angela Setlak (Business, Theology & Ministry, Arts & Sciences)
Gwen Jackson, Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions
Students whose last names begin with A through L
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Noelle Rollins, Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions
Students whose last names begin with M through Z