Resources for Students

24/7 Resources

Crisis Resources
If you are experiencing an emotional or psychological crisis and need immediate assistance, please call the Department of Public Safety at 206-296-5911, call 911, or go to your nearest emergency room.

TimelyCare (Virtual/Online)
Available 24/7
Seattle University offers access to 24/7 medical and mental health virtual care for enrolled students from anywhere in the United States through our partner, TimelyCare. This service provides a great supplement to our existing on-campus health and wellness services with no out-of-pocket cost or insurance requirement. Access TimelyCare using your Seattle University credentials at

Crisis Connections (Off-Campus Crisis Line)
1-866-427-4747 or 988
Crisis Connections connects people in King County with physical, emotional, and financial crisis to services that will be of help.
Available 24/7
Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Off-Campus Crisis Line)
1-800-273-8255 or 988
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
Available 24/7
Crisis Text Line (Off-Campus Crisis Text Line)
Text HOME to 741741
Crisis Text Line is free, 24/7 support for those in crisis. Text 741741 from anywhere in the US to text with a trained Crisis Counselor. Crisis Text Line trains volunteers to support people in crisis. 
Available 24/7

CAPS Mental Health Resources
CAPS has compiled a helpful list of resources related to mental health support on their website at 

Campus Resources & Services

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
CAPS provides confidential short-term group and individual psychotherapy for students and referral services for those requiring specialized longer-term care.  These services are provided free of charge to enrolled students.  All clinical services are confidential. 

CAPS Urgent Care: Students can access crisis support, referrals, and initial assessment for counseling intakes without an appointment at the following times:

CAPS Urgent Care Hours – Winter Quarter 2024:

Mondays, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Wednesdays, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Fridays, 10:00am -12:00pm

Student Health Center (SHC)
Bellarmine 107 | 206-296-2593
The Student Health Center provides primary care medical and mental health services for enrolled students.  Learn more about services or schedule an appointment at

Wellness & Health Promotion and Health & Wellness Crew (HAWC)
Student Center 380 | 206-296-2593
Wellness and Health Promotion, along with the student-based Health and Wellness Crew (HAWC), empowers healthy decision making through education, prevention, and peer support. We think about wellness holistically with physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, and social components central to how we approach our work. Staff are available to discuss physical wellness, mental health, alcohol, and other drugs, as well as healthy relationships. We work with students individually to provide resources and help develop a plan for sustainable wellbeing. Learn more about how to engage with our team and strategies to stay well at 

Campus Ministry
Student Center 120 | 206-296-6075 
Campus Ministry is one of the many resources on campus that provides an open and hospitable community and is committed to caring for students as whole people. All students, of any religious, secular, or spiritual background, can talk with Campus Ministers as they process life experiences such as: grief or loss of any kind, major life adjustments, spiritual or religious questions and practices, stress, interpersonal challenges, finding community, and more.  Fill out the form on our website or stop by our office (Student Center 120) to connect with a Campus Minister. We welcome all undergraduate, graduate, and law students to seek support from a member of the Campus Ministry team or other ministry partners at any point during their time at SU. 
Office of the Dean of Students
Student Center 140 | 206-296-6060
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, such as referrals to emergency resources for food, housing, and wellness. Contact the Dean of Students directly at  
Disability Services
Loyola Hall 100 | 206-296-5740
Disability Services (DS) partners with the University community to recognize disability as a valued aspect of diversity and to embrace access as a significant component of social justice. The DS office facilitates equal access to courses, programs, and activities through campus leadership on disability access and inclusion issues.
The MOSAIC Center
Pavilion 180 | 206-296-6070
The MOSAIC Center creates Meaningful Opportunity for Student Access, Inclusion, and Community at Seattle University. We play a critical role in supporting intercultural learning and development of students. We encourage students to increase their awareness of self and others, and their role in co-creating a more inclusive campus culture by creating an environment that promotes curiosity and learning. At the MOSAIC Center, you’ll find specific programs, services, and resources that support the thriving of students of color, LGBTQIA+ students, undocumented students, first-generation students, veterans and military-connected students, commuter students, transfer students, graduate students, and adult learners.  
Office of Institutional Equity 
Loyola Hall 300 | 206-296-2824
The Office of Institutional Equity oversees and coordinates the university's response to all complaints of discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, and related retaliation - including monitoring outcomes, identifying and addressing patterns, and assessing effects on the campus climate.  The Office of Institutional Equity also partners with other key resources at SU to ensure that the university's support resources, training, policies, and procedures are effective, fair to all involved, and consistent with the university's mission and values.  Information about on- and off-campus support resources related to sexual misconduct is also available at 
COVID-19 Updates & Information
Find updates and information about the university’s response to COVID-19 and what you can do if you are experiencing symptoms at 
Virtual Student Support Center
206-202-5907 (Call) or 206-202-4341 (Text)
Find answers to frequently asked questions about programs, services, and resources available to support you at the Virtual Student Support Center.  You can find answers related to distance learning, financial aid, housing, wellness resources, commencement, and many other topics on this page.  Visit to learn more. 
Food Security Resources

  • Seattle University Food Security Initiatives: Contact for assistance or information
  • To request a food pantry pick up, fill out the pantry request form on ConnectSU 
  • Pantry Pick Up Hours for Winter Quarter 2024:
    • Tuesdays, 3:00pm - 6:00pm
    • Wednesdays, 2:00pm - 6:00pm
    • Fridays, 2:00pm - 5:00pm