Matteo Ricci College

News and Events

  • Graduates of the First BAHL Class

     BAHL 1st Graduates 

    This June, the first class of BAHL students will be graduating. These students have pioneered the BAHL program and set high standards for the following classes. We wish them luck as they leave Seattle University and move forward on the path to success. 

  • Art That Empowers  

    See the feature article in The Commons about Matteo Ricci College's course here

  • Matteo Ricci College Retreat

    Posted by Paul DeWater on 12/12/2013 02:03:36 PM
    During the Fall Quarter, 20 Matteo Ricci College faculty and staff spent a reflective Saturday together at the Peace and Spirituality Center of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace on the eastern shore of Lake Washington. Dean Jodi Kelly, Father John Foster, SJ, and Brendan Busse, SJ were awarded a grant from Seattle University's Endowed Mission Fund to design and facilitate a day of reflection on Ignatian pedagogy. The working title for the day was "The Examen-ed Life: Ignatian Reflection and the Academic Vocation" and became a welcomed opportunity for individual and communal self-reflection on the personal and professional foundations of our work in the college.

    Seattle U: A Fulbright Program Top Producer

    Posted by Paul DeWater on 12/2/2013 09:46:05 AM

    As the Fulbright Student Program Adviser, Dr. Serena Cosgrove is proud to announce that Seattle University is one of this year's Fulbright Program "Top Producers!" For a list of other "Top Producers," click here.

    According to the Fulbright Program's website, it is "the largest U.S. exchange program offering opportunities for students and young professionals to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and primary and secondary school teaching worldwide." Nearly 2,000 students are awarded scholarships each year. To read more about the Fulbright Program, click here!

    Recent MRC recipients include: Elizabeth Rowen (Spain), Zoe Monroe (India), Darlene Germino (Malaysia), Senay Kahsay (Ethiopia), and Sophia Sanders (Kenya). This year, Caitlin Terashima has applied for a Fulbright to El Salvador.