SUOnline & mySeattleU allow students and staff to access records including grades, class schedules, course registration, earning statements, leave benefits and more. mySeattleU is the replacement system for SUOnline, which will be phased out prior to June 2021 in favor of this new technologically advanced platform.
For SUOnline: Please visit webadvisor.seattleu.edu and log in with your SU account credentials.
For mySeattleU: Please visit my.seattleu.edu and log in with your SU account credentials.
mySeattleU will serve as the new online application that allows Seattle University students, advisors, faculty, and staff to better interact with information in a more user friendly and technologically advanced way.
Student Planning is an online tool for students and advisors to assist with degree completion. It offers the ability to preview degree plans, allowing students and their advisors to see their progress and whether they are on-track for graduation. Furthermore, “what-if” analyses make it easier for students and advisors to determine the impacts of changing majors, changing degrees, and adding minors.
For university's administration, a centralized and up-to-date system of students’ intended courses over future terms will allow the University to offer the sections that students want and need based on the projected demand for classes. This in turn will lead to higher student satisfaction and a more confident administration able to make prudent planning decisions.
The Student Planning module is undergoing a pilot with select programs in Fall Quarter 2019, followed by the remainder of the University in Spring Quarter 2020. All faculty and advisors will be communicated with and involved as they prepare and begin to use this great new feature.
Over the course of 2019, many current SUOnline features as well as some brand-new capabilities will transition to the mySeattleU platform and the Student Planning module. To facilitate a smooth transition, each phase of work will integrate rigorous testing, training and applicable change management methods led by stakeholder teams composed of subject matter experts from across the University.
The 2019 phases of implementation will affect Human Resources, Finance & Payroll, Registration, Advising and interaction with one’s personal information (name, nickname, gender identity, preferred pronoun, address, email, phone, and emergency contact information).
Completion of the mySeattleU and Student Planning projects are slated for Summer 2020.