We are excited to celebrate your admission and answer your questions this Spring! Join us both in-person and virtually to get to know the Redhawk community.
Meet with current students, faculty, representatives from student services departments and Financial Aid counselors. Workshops include Academic Advising, Education Abroad and Living on Campus. Learn more on the Admitted Student Days webpage.
Our Virtual Current Student Ask-Me-Anything events will allow you to connect with current Seattle University students. By joining us via Zoom for this Q&A, you can connect with current students who will answer your questions and provide more information about the student experience at Seattle University.
Students will be leading Ask-Me-Anything sessions on the following dates:
Our students are hosting one-on-one Zoom calls for interested students. Please email email@example.com to arrange a time to chat.
Join other admitted students—your future classmates, possibly!—to explore campus and learn more about the academic and social experience of being an SU student.
Redhawk Ambassadors will offer admitted student tours on Fridays at 2 PM throughout spring beginning March 10:
In addition to the admitted student campus tours, we also offer tours to students at all stages of the admissions process each weekday at 10 AM and 2 PM. You're welcome to select any tour that fits your schedule. Click here to learn more and RSVP.
Do you have financial aid-related questions? If so, we can help! Our Financial Aid Counselors are eager to help you understand your financial aid offer and can connect you with additional resources to help you make the best choices for your future. Check the RSVP form below to find an available date.
You can learn more about your intended program of study at Seattle U via our Virtual "Meet Your Major" sessions. Connect with professors, current students, and academic advisors from your major. Haven’t decided on a major yet? Check out Premajor Studies! Professional staff from important student development offices are presenting too. Parents and students are both welcome.