Seattle University Housing and Residence Life has limited availability in on-campus housing for graduate and law students. We are currently building a new residence hall opening Fall 2018, Vi Hilbert may have capacity to take graduate and law students.
If you are planning to live off-campus please give yourself time to weight the cost and benefits of each apartment building. This resource guide can help you with Seattle Tenant Laws, neighbors in Seattle, and general resources tenants should be aware of: Grad and Law Guide
Helpful Facebook Pages:
Seattle University has also partnered with Places4Students, a company that specializes in providing Off-Campus Housing solutions for post-secondary students. This service is free for all students to use as an effective method of finding a place to live off-campus or finding a roommate. Students need not register to search listings. Landlords can list properties at very competitive rates (less than most other mediums of advertising).
Feel free to check out additional resources regarding seeking off-campus housing here
Housing & Residence Life does not endorse any landlord, management company, or individual who lists with the Places4Students. Instead, we provide a venue for such listings through a landlord registration program, and a location for the University community to seek out available off-campus housing in the Seattle area.
Neither Seattle University nor Housing & Residence Life guarantees in any manner the service or quality of service offered by listed landlord, management companies, or individuals. Students, parents, and other members of the University and Seattle community are under no obligation to utilize the Off-Campus Housing services or to rent from companies or individuals listed with the Housing & Residence Life Office.