Justice Through a Cultural Lens

School of Law Professor practices a culturally inclusive approach to arbitration.

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Top Ranked

Seattle U celebrates strong year in academic recognition.

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Leading with Heart

Nursing alumna brings unique perspective to role at Seattle Children’s.

Read more about Madlyn Murrey's work

Meet SU's Latest Truman Scholar

Junior Kate Hannick 2018 recipient of prestigious scholarship.

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Envisioning Inclusive Excellence

Conversations on diversity and inclusiveness aim to cultivate change.

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Latest News & Features

Aug 9, 2018


This is the 16th year running that the Princeton Review has recognized Seattle University as one of the best colleges in the nation for undergraduate education, according to its latest edition of the Best 384 Colleges 2019.

Read More about Seattle University included in The Princeton Review’s The Best 384 Colleges

Jul 19, 2018


Seattle University School of Law

Seattle University’s Homeless Rights Advocacy Project (HRAP) today announced the Third Door Coalition, a new alliance of civic leaders working together to develop solutions to chronic homelessness in the wake of Seattle’s contentious and unsuccessful attempt to implement a new tax on the city’s largest employers.

Read More about New Civic Alliance Aims to End Seattle’s Chronic Homelessness with a Focus on Single Adults

Jul 17, 2018


Dean Forbes

The game-day ticket that doubles as a free round-trip transit pass. The giveaway compost bin or energy efficient light bulb. Sports teams and organizations around the country are promoting their “green” side in hopes of adding some green to the bottom line but also to influence their large fan bases to up their game when it comes to sustainability habits at home. But are their efforts effective?

Read More about Can Sport Influence Fans to be more Sustainable? United Nations & International Olympic Committee ask Seattle U Professor to Measure Impact of Sustainability Plays

Jul 13, 2018


Tracy DeCroce

Nursing alumna brings unique perspective to role at Seattle Children’s hospital.

Read More about ‘Leading with Heart’

Latest Issue

SU Magazine Spring 2018

Public Events

    SU in the news

    08/16/2018 | The Seattle Times

    Chinatown’s elders are being priced out of their traditional neighborhood

    Story includes comments from Marie Rose Wong, PhD, associate professor in Seattle U's Institute of Public Service and Asian Studies Program and Public Affairs.

    08/16/2018 | Crosscut

    Background checks give false sense of security at airports

    Guest opinion column by Jacqueline Helfgott, PhD, of Seattle U's Criminal Justice program.


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