Student Resources

Career Services

Location: Pigott Pavilion 110
Phone: 206-296-6080

  • Assistance in finding a major that fits your career goals and passions
  • Resume and cover letter help
  • Internship and job searching tools and resources
  • Mock interviews

Center for Community Engagement

Location: 1223 East Cherry St. Suite E (in the Douglas)
Phone: 206-296-2569

  • Service activities, events, and trips

Collegia Program

Location: Pigott Pavilion 180
Phone: 206-296-6291

  • Provides collegias across campus which are home like environments for commuter students

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Location: Pigott Pavilion 120
Phone: 206-296-6090

  • Licensed professionals who provide individual, couples, and group counseling to enrolled students
  • CAPS also provides consultations, crisis interventions, and educational workshops

Disabilities Services

Location: Loyola 100
Phone: 206-296-5740

  • Provides access. Accommodation, and support to individuals with learning, physical, and psychological disabilities

Education Abroad

Location: Xavier Global House
Phone: 206-296-2226

  • Advising and resources for students who are interested in studying abroad

Leadership Development

Location: Pigott Pavilion 150
Phone: 206-296-5323

  • Leadership conferences, events, and opportunities for students to develop leadership skills

Learning Assistance Programs

Location: McGoldrick Learning Commons
Phone: 206-296-5740

  • One-on-one consultation on how to improve study skills
  • Tutoring for various courses
  • Learning strategy workshops
  • Group study opportunities & Language conversation groups

Math lab

Location: McGoldrick Learning Commons

  • Provides drop-in assistance for students who need help with math
  • Students are encouraged to work on their mathematics coursework in the lab and seek help whenever necessary

Office of Fellowships

Location: Loyola 100
Phone: 206-296-2517

  • Offers information on scholarships and grants that provide funding during a student’s undergraduate years
  • Provides expert guidance on writing personal statements, grant writing, interview strategies, and many other skills that serve in other areas beyond scholarship competitions.

Office of Multicultural Affairs

Location: Student Center 320
Phone: 206-296-6070

  • Supports the academic, personal, social, and cultural success of students of color

Office of Student Involvement

Location: Student Center 350
Phone: 206- 296-2525

  • Student clubs, student government, resources for how to get involved, and campus events

Premajor Studies Program

Location: Bellarmine Advising Center
Phone: 206-296-2260

  • Provides academic advising and support to freshman and sophomores who have not yet decided on a major or career path, helping them create an action plan for declaring a major by the end of their sophomore year).
  • Provides the framework, programming and resources necessary to help students make informed decisions about choosing a major.
  • Encourages students in defining their goals by helping them assess their personal strengths, limitations, interests and values as they relate to their choice of major, their overall education and their career path.

Registrar’s Office

Location: University Services Bld. 104
Phone: 206-296-2000

  • Information about degree requirements and academic policy

Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal

Another opportunity that students can participate in is the Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal. SUURJ solicits research-focused essays in any field and on any subject. The annual deadline for submissions is in mid-October. For further information, please visit their website: SUURJ

Student Financial Services

Location: University Services Bld. 105
Phone: (206) 296-2000

  • Counselors can answer questions about federal and state loans, grants, scholarships, awards, and your student bill
  • Coordinate student employment (work study jobs)

Writing Center

Location: McGoldrick Learning Commons
Phone: (206)296-6239

  • Consultants provide help with brainstorming, revisions, and editing.
  • It’s best to make an appointment a few days in advance and bring your assignment with you along with any drafts that you may have.