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In support of Seattle University's mission, the Office of the Dean of Students is committed to helping all students at Seattle University be fully engaged and successful in their educational experiences inside and out of the classroom. Our office connects students with support services and offers opportunities for leadership, student employment, educational programs, and specialized resources.

What We Offer

  • Seattle University CARE Team: Supporting Students Facing Barriers to Success;
  • Integrity Formation: Promoting the Redhawk Commitment & the Code of Student Conduct;
  • Sexual Misconduct:  Information & Resources for Student Survivors & Students Accused;
  • Policies & Records: Communicating Expectations & Managing Student Conduct Records;
  • Complaint Resources: Connecting Students to Avenues for Resolving Concerns;
  • Partnerships: Working with Colleagues across the University to Promote Student Success, Health, Wellness, and Safety. 

Learn more about these programs and resources using the navigation boxes above.  

When You're Not Sure Where to Start, Start Here

We want students and families to know that you can contact the Office of the Dean of Students about any challenges, concerns, or complaints that arise during your time at Seattle University.  If you don't know where to start, need help navigating campus, or just need someone to talk to about a problem or an experience at SU, call 206-296-6060 or come to Student Center 140 to set up a time to meet with us.

Updates from the Dean of Students

Updates to Policies and Procedures for Residential Students

A letter from the Dean of Students providing updates for residential students who will be physically present in the residence halls through the end of Spring Quarter 2020.
Mar 31, 2020

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Extended Move Out for Residential Students

In an effort to promote social distancing and help stop the spread of COVID-19 we decided to close all residence halls for Spring Quarter 2020. This message provides updated guidance following Governor Jay Inslee’s March 23 “Stay Home – Stay Healthy” Executive Order 20-25, and what it means for (1) residential students who remain physically on campus at this time, and for (2) those residential students who have already departed campus and need to return to move out of the residence hall at a later date.
Mar 25, 2020

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Spring Quarter Residence Hall Closure Update

Seattle University cares deeply about the health, safety and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff. In light of the university’s decision to conduct all Spring Quarter 2020 classes through virtual or remote instruction, and in an effort to promote social distancing to help stop the spread of COVID-19, we have decided to close all residence halls for Spring Quarter 2020.
Mar 13, 2020

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