Seattle University offers 24/7 access to medical and mental telehealth services for students through 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 timelycare.com/seattleu
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Student Center Pavilion 120
CAPS counselors provide supportive counseling and consultation for individuals coping with the impact of sexual assault, stalking, and relationship violence as well as students accused of sexual misconduct. Counseling sessions are a safe, accepting, and confidential place for survivors to work through any stage of the healing process. Counselors can also assist survivors and students accused of sexual misconduct with identifying on-campus and off-campus resources.
Note: CAPS currently provides short-term tele-counseling for students who currently reside in Washington State. CAPS staff are licensed to practice in Washington State only. For students who reside outside of Washington State, CAPS can assist you with tele-counseling referrals in your area.
If you need immediate assistance, call the Department of Public Safety at 206-296-5911, call 911, or learn about additional emergency and after-hours services here: Emergency & After-Hours Resources
CAPS provides all Seattle U students with free access to a Sanvello Premium account. Simply sign up using your SU email address and you will have 24/7 access to evidence-based self-help tools that target symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression. Learn more about the app here: About Sanvello
Student Health Center
Bellarmine Hall 107
The Student Health Center is a confidential medical clinic available to all Seattle University students. An appointment is required, and communicating the need for urgency in the event of sexual misconduct will allow for the soonest possible appointment. The Student Health Center can provide a medical examination as well as STD and pregnancy testing.
If you have an urgent medical need please call the clinic at 206-296-6300 or call 911.
Seattle University Department of Public Safety
1313 Columbia Building, Room 002
206-296-5911 (24 hr. emergency)
206-296-5990 (24 hr. non-emergency)
Wellness and Health Promotion
Student Center 380
Wellness and Health Promotion provides sexual misconduct prevention education on campus and staff members are familiar with information and resources. Additionally, the office is home to certified peer health educators known as the Health and Wellness Crew (HAWC) who serve as a great resource for a student looking to speak with another student about a sexual misconduct.
Student Center 120
Campus Ministry is a place where students can confidentiality talk to a priest, member of the clergy, or campus minister who is serving as a pastoral counselor. People of all faith traditions and spiritual practices are welcome.
Office of Institutional Equity
The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) is a centralized resource available to all staff, faculty, and students. Contact OIE to report discrimination, harassment, or any form of sexual misconduct, to be connected with support and safety resources and receive university assistance, and to obtain information and guidance regarding university policies and procedures.
Office of the Associate Provost & Dean of Students: Integrity Formation
Student Center 320
Students who become aware of a sexual offense, incident of dating violence or domestic violence, or stalking, or may have been involved in a sexual offense, incident of dating violence or domestic violence, or stalking can come to this office to receive information about the campus student conduct process as well as immediate resources such as course changes, no-contact orders, or housing relocation.
Housing and Residence Life
Housing and Residence Life offers 24-hour/day assistance to students. Area Coordinators (AC) and Assistant Area Coordinators (AAC) are available during posted office hours as well as serving in an on-call capacity outside of the University’s normal hours of operation.
Seattle U Food Pantry
Office of Multicultural Affairs, Pigott Pavilion 180
The Seattle U Food Pantry provides free, supplementary food to all students, staff, and faculty with a current Seattle U ID.
Harborview Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress
401 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98104
The Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress provides the highest quality, evidence-based services to help persons impacted by sexual assault and other traumatic events. In addition to direct services, the Center also provides education and consultation for health, mental health, and legal professionals; conducts research and evaluation; promotes prevention and works with communities to promote social change.
Local Emergency Rooms
Swedish Medical Center-Cherry Hill
500 17th Avenue (between Cherry and Jefferson)
Swedish Medical Center-First Hill
700 Minor Ave (between Cherry and Marion)
Harborview Medical Center
325 9th Avenue (at Jefferson)
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
1-888-99-VOICE (24 hr.)
KCSARC is a victim-advocacy organization that provides critical support, tools, and direct services to children, teens, women and men who are victims of sexual assault. KCSARC works with clients of all ages and from all backgrounds.
National Domestic Abuse Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (24 hr.)
The Hotline is free, confidential, and anonymous. It operates in more than 170 different languages through interpreter services, with a TTY line available for the Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing.
King County Crisis Connections
1-866-4CRISIS (24 hr.)
The 24-Hour Crisis Connections hotline provides immediate help to individuals, families and friends of people in emotional crisis. We can help you determine if you or your loved one needs professional consultation and we can link you to the appropriate services.