Seattle truly is an international city like few others. It’s an entrepreneurial playground where global points of view, leading-edge tech, popular culture and legendary coffee blend together every day—with the wonders of nature all around you. U.S. News and World Report called it one of the "Top 10 Best Places to Live in U.S." Like so many game-changing companies, you’ll simply call it home.
Visit Seattle and see how you can shine in the Emerald City
Best metropolitan city for STEM professionals
Location ranked #7 nationally for best college location
(Niche 2019, “Best Colleges in America”)
For most educated cities in America
Most Vibrant Arts Communities in America (2018)
(National Center for Arts Research)
Most inclusive cities in U.S.
Seattle’s ranking among the best cities for outdoor activities
School of Law
First marriage, then law school. That’s what Angeline Overturf Thomas, ’11, and Stephan Thomas, ’11, decided would be the order of things after a whirlwind, long-distance romance interrupted their respective plans for law school. At the time, neither of them lived in Seattle nor knew much about the city. But the School of Law’s social justice mission was the beacon that drew them to start a new life together in the Pacific Northwest. Now at home in Seattle with their young son, they credit the law school with helping to launch their careers. More importantly, they say, the school’s mission was fundamental in shaping the lawyers they have become.
Yes, Seattle University has a beautiful campus with a principled and eclectic student body—but it’s so much more for the 2,800+ graduate students striving to be more. And it’s all in the center of a city rich with culture, where major employers in the most exciting business sectors are our neighbors.
Get ready for a more meaningful balance of work and life as you become more marketable in one of the most exciting job markets in America.
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