SAFE START HEALTH CHECK

Complete your daily Safe Start Health Check screening before coming to campus.

TO REPORT CONFIRMED OR SUSPECTED CASES OF COVID-19
Confirmed Cases Dashboard

SU’s confirmed cases automated dashboard updated as new COVID-19 cases are reported, with a breakdown of positive cases among SU community members. You can find the dashboard here.

Moving Forward Together

UPDATED: March 1, 2021 – 2:30 p.m.

Update on Planning for Fall Academic Term and FY22 Budget

President Sundborg today updated the campus community on the university’s plans for fall 2021 and the development of the budget for fiscal year 2022.

Message to students »
Message to faculty and staff »

Thanks from Swedish, Dr. Fauci warns against complacence, important reminders and resources

Thanks from Swedish; Biden’s pandemic advisor assesses the state of COVID-19; health and wellness guidance for SU community. Read more »

Spring Break, masking, distancing and vaccinations

In today’s update: SU encourages residential students to stay put for Spring Break; a reminder about wearing masks and physical distancing; and vaccination clinic stats. Read more »

Spring Break and Spring Quarter

Students are being asked to refrain from non-essential out-of-state travel and from large group activities during Spring Break. Residence halls will remain open for Spring Break at no additional cost. Read more »

Weekly surveillance testing for students, vaccine updates and more

Residential students must get tested weekly for COVID-19; progress on vaccinations in King County. Read more »

Commencement 2021 Update

Seattle University will hold its commencement ceremonies virtually this year, President Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., announced today.

Mandatory Surveillance Testing Reminder

All students who will be physically on-campus this quarter, including residential students and commuter students who need access to university facilities, are required to participate in SU’s surveillance testing program. Read more here.

WA State Department of Health Call Center

1-800-525-0127 and press #.

Student Health Center