Campus Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Location: Pigott Pavilion 120 
Phone: (206) 296-6090 

Provides free individual counseling and information about topics such as anxiety, depression, relationships, self-esteem, eating disorders, and stress.

Student Health Center

Location: Bellarmine Hall 107
Phone: (206) 296-6300

Provides consulting, certain diagnostic tests, medical treatment, and referrals. Will consult with students about medication and other health topics.

Learning Assistance Programs

Location: Lemieux Library, 2nd Floor   
Phone: (206) 296-5930

Provides learning style assessment, free tutoring, and study skills and individual academic strategy consultations

Career Engagement Office

Location: Pigott Pavilion 110     
Phone: (206) 296-6080

Assists students with career decision-making, provides job and internship information, and assists with resumes and interviewing skills.

Advising Center

Location: Bellarmine, 1st Floor    
Phone: (206) 296-2260

Advising Services at Seattle University strives to partner with all advising programs across campus in order to help create collaborative and consistent advising practices for all students.

Writing Center

Location: Lemieux Library, 2nd Floor
Phone: (206) 296-6239

The Writing Center is one of the five Learning Commons Partners dedicated to supporting students in the Library. We are students from a range of majors—business to English to engineering—prepared to help you at any stage of the writing process.

Lemieux Library

Phone: (206) 296-6210 

The Library offers 15 reservable rooms. Students with disabilites can reserve a room up to three weeks in advance. A laptop with speech to text software is avaialble for loan with suggestion to request the microphone head set with the loan and to reserve a room.

Accessible rooms: 

  • LEML 210: This room houses technology to assist people who are blind or have visual limitations. Assistive technologies include: a digital magnifier, a computer with screen reader and speech to text software. Priority use of this station is for students, faculty and staff using this assistive technology.
  • LEML 547, 447 & 421: This room is equipped with a motorized, height-adjustable table. Priority use of this room is for students, faculty and staff using mobility assistive devices (wheelchair, scooter, walker, etc.)