901 12th Avenue, Pavilion 120
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
If you choose to email this address, please be aware that email is not a secure medium and that others may be able to read your message and any reply.
We discourage people from using email to communicate with us about personal problems. Email is not a secure or confidential medium; others may be able to read your message and any reply. In addition, we find email communications are less useful than in-depth, face-to-face contact. We cannot guarantee that your message will be read right away or that we will be able to respond in a timely manner. Do not use email for crises or emergency situations. (Please see Emergencies & After Hours)
Email correspondence is checked periodically Monday though Friday during normal business hours. It is not intended to be used for crises nor emergency situations.
Seattle University recognizes the need for emotional support and pastoral care for the survivors and victims of incidents of sexual abuse. Additionally, the University is committed to preserving and enhancing our culture of openness, which encourages members to come forward with concerns about sexual misconduct of any kind.
If you wish to report a case of sexual abuse to Seattle University, please click here.
If you have a complaint or concern regarding your experience with CAPS, we encourage you to discuss it with your therapist; our experience suggests that these conversations can be valuable. If you want to pursue your concern further, please contact Dr. Kimberly Caluza, who is the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services; or, if the Director is your therapist, to Dr. Alvin Sturdivant, the Assistant Vice President of the Student Development Division. You also have a right to direct your concerns to the Washington State Department of Health, 1300 Quince Street Southeast, PO Box 47869, Olympia, WA 98504-7869, 360.586.5846.