Seattle University does not issue 1098-T statements for courses taken through the Professional & Continuing Education office.
The credit fees you paid are not categorized as tuition since these are taken as non-matriculated professional development credits and not part of a matriculated program at the university. You may be eligible to deduct these expenses as other profession-related deductions but you need to consult a tax professional about eligibility.
*Please consult with your tax professional to see if you qualify (Form 8863 and Lifetime Learning Credit) as Seattle University cannot determine your eligibility.
For further assistant, please contact IRS (https://www.irs.gov/).