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Moving Forward Together

Seattle University will be in a primarily virtual learning format this fall with some in person and hybrid classes. Our plans prioritize the health and safety of all members of our campus community while delivering a highly engaging and impactful educational experience—whether in person or virtually. Together, we will move forward with a special emphasis on caring for one another. Read more at Fall 2020 Campus Reopening.

UPDATED: July 31, 2020 – 3:00 p.m.

Reopening Updates

Now available on the university’s fall reopening site is a video of yesterday’s virtual forum with students and families. Coming soon is the video from today’s faculty and staff virtual forum. Among other items recently added to the university’s reopening site is an announcement sent this week to first-year students and new transfer students on housing.
July 31, 2020

October Commencement Cancelled 

Commencement Weekend, which was previously rescheduled for Oct. 9-11, has been cancelled, President Sundborg, S.J., announced today to SU’s 2020 graduates. “Due to a worsening of COVID-19 health conditions throughout the U.S., including WA state, Seattle U has made the difficult but necessary decision to not hold an in-person commencement ceremony this fall. The health and wellbeing of our graduates and their loved ones is paramount and it simply is not safe to hold large events in Seattle for the foreseeable future.” Read Father Sundborg’s full message here.
July 31, 2020

Required COVID-19 Tests for All Students Coming to Campus

As we continue to respond to COVID-19, it is imperative that we all do our part to maintain the health, safety and security of our Seattle University community. We recognize that some of you will be connecting with us virtually in the fall, but for those students living on campus or planning to access campus, these testing requirements are in place.
July 31, 2020

Inslee Pauses Reopening

With COVID-19 cases rising in the state, Gov. Jay Inslee announced Tuesday that he is extending indefinitely the pause on reopening Washington counties in accordance with Safe Start plan. The governor also introduced new requirements for certain establishments. King County, which includes Seattle, is currently in Phase 2.
July 31, 2020

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