We are working to ensure that students are cared for in all dimensions of their Seattle University experience—academically, socially, spiritually and otherwise—whether those facets of campus life are delivered in person (at an appropriate distance) or virtually.
We are working with Redhawk Dining to provide a safe environment for students to eat on campus. There will be a significant emphasis on physical distancing and cleaning protocols. Capacity in dining areas will be limited and measures will be in place to control the flow of students in and out of dining areas. Many of the same features and offerings students have come to expect will still be available, although health guidelines will result in minimal made-to-order or self-serve meals. Grab-and-go options are being significantly expanded to help ensure plenty of variety on a daily basis.
Note that only roommates are permitted to sit at two-person tables with one another. Diners are not permitted to sit at two-person tables with another person unless that person is a roommate. Diners are limited to dining with one roommate, for a maximum of two persons at the same table.
Face coverings can be removed while eating but must be worn at all other times on-campus, whether indoors or outdoors.
Students will receive more detailed information in the coming weeks from the Division of Student Development on the full range of student life, care and engagement issues.
The Student Support Center is your one-stop area for more information and support.