Areas to support

Discover where you'd like to make your philanthropic impact at Seattle University

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Where Do You Want to Make Your Impact?

Your gifts provide student access and opportunity through scholarship awards, innovative new programs across disciplines, and recruitment and retention of the faculty who continue to make this university a center of excellence. Your support also provides for state-of-the-art technology, equipment and improved facilities. Seattle University offers alumni and friends meaningful opportunities to support the priorities and areas on campus most important to them.

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Areas to Support


Endowments provide support in perpetuity for scholarships, mission-focused programs, academic programs and faculty support.

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Athletic competition is an important part of Seattle University’s commitment to educating the whole person. Explore the many ways to support our 350+ student-athletes who participate on our eighteen men's and women's athletic teams.

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Schools and Colleges

Each of Seattle University’s six schools and colleges have academic priorities that you may support. Visit the webpage of your favorite school or college to learn more about how you can make an impact.

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Scholarships provide greater and more equitable access to a Seattle University education by offsetting the cost of tuition and other student expenses.

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Seattle University Fund

Gifts to the Seattle University Fund provide flexible, unrestricted support for scholarships, instructional support and student services.

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Centers and Institutes

Seattle University’s twenty centers and institutes offer students and faculty deeper learning experiences and engagement opportunities in many disciplines.

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Contact Us

Have questions about where to direct your support at Seattle University?

Greg Ross

Director of Donor Relations and Stewardship