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.
Learn more about your intended program-of-study at Seattle U. Connect with professors, current students and academic advisors from your major. Haven’t decided on a major yet? Attend the Premajor Studies session.
|Date||Time (PDT)||Meet Your Major Event|
|April 7||4 - 5 PM||Marketing Department Information Session|
|April 7||5 - 6 PM||Civil and Environmental Engineering Information Session|
|April 7||6 - 7 PM||An Hour with Seattle U's Computer Science Department|
|April 8||12:30 - 1 PM||Introduction of the SU Physics Department|
|April 8||2 - 3 PM||Math Department Welcome #1|
|April 13||4:30 - 6 PM||Admitted 4-Year Nursing Student Q&A Session|
|April 13||6 - 8 PM||Meet Mechanical Engineering Professors and Students|
|April 14||2 - 3 PM||Math Department Welcome #2|
|April 14||5 - 6 PM||Biology Open House|
|April 18||5 - 6 PM||Communication and Media Welcome|
|April 19||5 - 6 PM||University Honors Program Presentation|
|April 21||3 - 5 PM||Criminal Justice, Criminology and Forensics|
|April 21||5 - 5:45 PM||Political Science Q&A - Meet Faculty|
|April 25||4 - 5 PM||Communication and Media Welcome #2|
|April 27||5 - 6 PM||Performing Arts & Arts Leadership|
*You will need your Admissions Portal Credentials to register for these events.
This program is hosted on-campus for our admitted students of color. We are eager to welcome you back to campus in person for you to join us for one-on-one conversations and opportunities to connect with future mentors and classmates - this program was created to provide some additional insight on the opportunities, resources and experiences that exist at Seattle U.
Hear from our campus partners on how we support our BIPOC students and hear from current BIPOC Seattle U students on their experiences.
These 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.
Our students are hosting one-on-one Zoom calls for interested students. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time to chat.