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.
UPDATED: March 1, 2021 – 2:30 p.m.
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.
Thanks from Swedish; Biden’s pandemic advisor assesses the state of COVID-19; health and wellness guidance for SU community. Read more »
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 »
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 »
Residential students must get tested weekly for COVID-19; progress on vaccinations in King County. Read more »
Seattle University will hold its commencement ceremonies virtually this year, President Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., announced today.
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.