Resources

Campus Resources for Support

Several offices provide support to the entire SU community:

  • Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) (Concerns of discrimination or harassment may be reported to OIE, a centralized resource available to all faculty, staff, and students.)
  • Campus Ministry (As a resource for people of all faith and non-faith identities, campus ministers are available in various ways, including one-on-one conversations, virtual prayer gatherings, and small discussion groups.) 

Additional information on student support can be found here:

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) (In addition to direct services and referrals for students, CAPS provides free access to a premium account for the Sanvello App, which provides 24/7 access to evidence-based self-help tools that target symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression.)
  • Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) (Dedicated to promoting intercultural learning and development, OMA offers community spaces, programs, dialogues, and other services.)
  • International Student Center (ISC) (At ISC, various programs that support international students’ academic, social, cultural, emotional, and spiritual success are available.)
  • Dean of Students (Committed to helping all students be fully engaged and successful in their educational experiences inside and out of the classroom, the Dean of Students office connects students with support services.)
  • Virtual Student Support Center (Answers to frequently asked questions about programs, services, and resources available to support students can be found here.)

Faculty and staff may contact:

  • Human Resources, hr@seattleu.edu (206-296-5870)
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) (Available at no cost to faculty and staff, EAP is a confidential resource that helps employees and their family members address challenges through various means, including counseling.) 
  • Faculty Ombudsperson (Confidential faculty resource for problem-solving through neutral and impartial facilitation and informal guidance.)

Visit OIE's Resources page for more information on EAP, CAPS and other support resources for faculty, staff and students.

Safety Measures 

SU Public Safety

The university’s safety professionals are dedicated to serving and protecting the campus community. Click here for a letter of support from Public Safety.

  • If you experience or witness any incident of hate or bias or feel concerned for your immediate safety, please call the 24-hour campus safety emergency line at (206) 296-5911 or the Seattle Police Department at 911.
  • Details for other services including safety escorts, can be found at Public Safety.