As graduate students, you have many resources to support you as you journey through your program. Listed below are some useful academic, career, and personal resources. If you need help connecting with any of these, feel free to contact the Chair: GCSChair@seattleu.edu.
During this unprecidented time, we are listing additional resources that are available while this pandemic is affecting our community.
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The Lemieux Library & McGoldrick Learning Commons is in the middle of the Seattle University campus, near the intersection of E. Columbia Street and E. Cherry Street. Opened September 2010, the Lemieux Library & McGoldrick Learning Commons combines new construction and renovation to offer a state-of-the-art facility of approximately 125,000 square feet. This new facility blends student academic support services, scholarly research, collaborative learning, and social inter-action in a technology-rich, light-filled environment. The Library and its Learning Commons Partners -- Writing Center, Learning Assistance Programs, and the Math Lab -- promote student success through the provision of inte-grated services, collaborative programs, and effective referrals that draw on a variety of academic professionals in a single facility. View more information about library hours and events on the Lemieux Library.
The Seattle University bookstore is a non-profit institutional bookstore offering a wide range of materials including textbooks, general fiction and non-fiction books, SU apparel, gifts, snacks and much more.
The Campus Assistance Center is designed to narrow the communication gap between the student and the University system. The Center provides, general campus information, on & off campus event ticket sales, Student Center locker rentals, event advertising, voter registration, and access to game rooms.
Campus Ministry provides many opportunities to grow spiritually, learn more about yourself, share your gifts and talents, and build community with others. We welcome and support persons of all faith traditions.
Graduate students will appreciate the Career Services Center, located on campus. Career counseling and help in job search strategies are available, as well as assistance in preparing resumes and developing interview skills. Other services include a career resource library, career fairs, and workshops.
Support services designed for non-residential students at all levels are coordinated through the Commuter Student Services Office. The staff is available to help commuter students identify available resources and to provide off-campus housing, transportation and parking information.
The IT Computer Labs at Seattle University provide several facilities and state of the art computer technology to assist students and faculty in achieving their academic goals. Labs include both Macintosh- and PC- compatible computers. Email accounts are assigned to all students, and personal web space is possible upon request.
The Redhawk Center, located on the southeastern edge of campus, provides recreational facilities for sports and exercise. Students and their immediate family may use the facilities free of charge. The center features racquetball, squash, handball and tennis courts, two swimming pools, basketball courts, a weight room and sauna. Various exercise classes are also available for an additional fee through the Leisure Education Program.
The Disabilities Services office coordinates appropriate accommodations, assisting students to deepen their self-knowledge, academic competence and advocacy skills. It also promotes a campus environment that is welcoming and accessible to persons with disabilities. Students can consult with the Disabilities Specialist prior to and while enrolled in a graduate program.
The International Student and Scholar Center serves nearly 500 students from approximately 50 countries around the world. The center serves as a focal point for cultural, educational and social activities and programs, and a gathering place for students and their organizations.
Learning Center services include one-on-one sessions with a Learning Specialist to fine-tune study approaches, and sessions focusing on time-management and the demands of graduate level classes.
The McGoldrick Collegium offers a gathering place for graduate and non-traditional undergraduate students from all program. Students must enroll to become a member of the Collegium. Enrollment is free and ongoing throughout the school year. Come to the Collegium anytime during open hours and a Collegium Community Assistant will enroll you.
The Student Center and Pavilion houses the major dining facilities as well as many student services and student organizations. The center was designed and constructed with ecologically sensitive building practices.
The Student Health Center provides on campus health care including physical, mental, and social services. Many services are available at minimal or low cost.