Welcome new commuter first year students! Check out New Student and Family Programs. Stay tuned for special departmental events for you this fall.
The Lynn Collegium will be offering many activities during Welcome Week just for you - including a SLEEPOVER! Click here to find out more!
A student who does not live on campus; typically, commuter refers to a student living at home with his or her parents, but can also mean any student who lives off-campus.
The key to success as a commuter student is taking full advantage of what is available and getting the most out of your college experience by being involved on campus. There are many ways to be involved on campus such as student employment, leadership workshops, Associated Student Government Association, and joining a club or organization.
Collegia spaces offer home-like environments in which commuter and transfer students can renew themselves between classes, meet with classmates and faculty in a relaxed setting, have conversations with friends, enjoy a snack or join in a special activity.
We know that commuter students have unique needs when it comes to dining and food services. When you are not able to bring food with you, a flexible commuter meal plan is flexible enough to meet your needs.
Seattle University offers lockers and showers for commuter students who choose to utilize these services. Learn more.
For students commuting to Seattle University for classes, activities, and programs convenient parking and transportation is a must. We compiled information on both to assist you.
For students that bike to campus, there are resources available such as secure bike racks, maps of Seattle bike routes, and information concerning bike policies and regulations.
The Department of Housing and Residence Life assists Seattle university students by providing a space for students to share off-campus housing opportunities.
In addition to programs, events, and services offered by Commuter & Transfer Student Life; the Seattle University community offers a great deal of services and resources to our students.
Center for Orientation and Transition Programs (COTP)Student Center Building, STCN 320901 12th AvenueSeattle, WA 98122
Phone: 206.296.2525 Fax: firstname.lastname@example.org