Our Jesuit tradition of intellectual, moral, spiritual, and social development is the foundation of the mission of Integrity Formation. We aim to provide all students with the tools needed for success in a pluralistic society by providing feedback about behaviors that both enhance and harm the academic community, as well as assistance and opportunities in modifying unacceptable behaviors. As a Jesuit and Catholic institution, we hold our students to the highest standard of ethical behavior both on- and off-campus.

Our staff uses the following principles when working with students in our integrity formation meetings:


Students can engage with the integrity formation process to share their experiences, make connections with University community members, learn about expectations, and connect with supports and resources. Through these actions, students can move through the process with honesty, integrity, and respect. Learning outcomes for this goal include:

  • Students will be able to explain what it means for them to act in a way that is aligned with the Jesuit values of Seattle University.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of the process.
  • Students will articulate the ways that they plan to be involved in the University community moving forward.


Students can reflect on their experiences and choices to better discern their role in the community and their impacts on others and themselves. By considering their actions from a variety of perspectives, students can understand their place in the community and consider changes to their future decision-making. Learning outcomes for this goal include:

  • Students will be able to articulate how their behavior impacted others.
  • Students will be able to articulate their decision-making process.
  • Students will be able to articulate connections between their values and decision making, and our Jesuit values.


Students can develop a greater understanding of themselves and create a plan where they can access support and resources to work toward future success. Learning outcomes for this goal include:

  • Students will be able to identify resources available to them to promote future success.
  • Students will be able to articulate new skills to inform future success.