Seattle U has moved to remote instruction through the Spring Quarter. More details and FAQs on the COVID-19 website.
Top 25 national rankings for some business, nursing and law graduate programs in the U.S. News & World Report “Best Graduate Schools 2021"
April 3, 2020
Naomi Diggs, MD, ’04, '20 is a physician and leader at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle where she is part of the coordinated COVID-19 response team.
Through Admitted Students Virtual Receptions, the class of ’24 has the opportunity to celebrate their admission, connect and ask questions. More than 530 students participated during the inaugural live-streaming event.
OMA pantry satiates and destigmatizes food insecurity.
March 24, 2020
Seattle University's Outreach Center is recognized nationally for its service to first-generation students.
March 5, 2020
Chartwell’s Wellness & Sustainability Manager Brianna Ballard is helping students and the campus community make smart eating choices that fit with the university's overall commitment to sustainability.
February 27, 2020
Seattle University has partnered with the national nonprofit organization AI4ALL to offer a summer residential program for high school students in grades 9-11 who want to learn about artificial intelligence through the lens of criminal justice and ethics.
February 21, 2020
The 2020 Alumni Award recipients span generations but share a commonality as trailblazers and groundbreakers in the fields of politics, entrepreneurism, social work, sports and community engagement.
February 7, 2020
Seattle University has been awarded renewal of its Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, a recognition of the university’s national model for community-engaged learning.
January 31, 2020
The Seattle University softball team is the preseason favorite in the 2020 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Coaches' Poll, released on Wednesday morning
January 29, 2020
Are you interested in becoming an armchair scientist to help save wildlife from the comfort of your home or anywhere? Would you like to identify wildlife in photos? Then join Seattle University and Woodland Park Zoo in important wildlife research on wolverines and other local carnivores!
January 28, 2020
Seattle University officially embarked on a new era when the campus community recently assembled to launch the Seattle University Strategic Directions 2025.
January 21, 2020
For almost 25 years, Professor Jeanette Rodriguez, PhD, has organized an annual winter trip to Cuernavaca, Mexico, for faculty, staff, alumni and community members to participate in the Guadalupe Faith and Hospitality Experience. It's become her ministry to Seattle U.
January 16, 2020
Nursing students get new real-world teaching aid in high-tech, life-like package.
Computer Science Department Chair and Associate Professor Roshanak Roshandel, PhD, spent a year-long sabbatical as an Amazon Scholar. The benefits of her experience— both professionally and for her students—are many.
January 6, 2020
Looking ahead with a nod to the past.
January 3, 2020
Check out scenes from this season's Christmas events, plus a special holiday story with Rudy the Redhawk!
December 18, 2019
Co-chairs of the President's Committee for Sustainability share their insights on SU's progress toward becoming an even greener university.
December 5, 2019
The victory earned the team a bid to the national competition for the third year in a row.
November 27, 2019
Data from a report by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce called “The First Try at ROI” shows that a Seattle University education does pay off.
November 21, 2019
Endowment will ensure greater support for campus mental health services
November 18, 2019
Highly accomplished student is university's first Rhodes finalist since 2005.
The Redhawks beat Utah Valley 2-1 in a double overtime game decided on penalty kicks
Alvin Sturdivant kicks off Red Talks for 2019-2020 by sharing his story, discussing black men and higher education.
November 13, 2019
Redhawks nearly knock off UW in NCAA Tournament first round
November 10, 2019
Alfonso Baes, ’53, who passed away in 1989, received a posthumous Congressional Gold Medal for Filipino World War II veterans on Nov. 10 in Washington, D.C.
November 8, 2019
Men’s soccer won at Incarnate Word Friday afternoon, clinching the 2019 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) regular-season title.
November 4, 2019
The Redhawks won their fifth WAC regular-season title since 2013 and earned the number one seed going into the WAC Tournament next week.
Seattle University launches The Campaign for the Uncommon Good.
November 1, 2019
Through travel and study abroad, Michael Ninen, ’20, is learning by immersing himself in the world at large. The senior, who has set his sights on a possible career in foreign service or with the State Department, is the picture of perseverance, overcoming adversity to realize his dream of attending college and making his mark in the world.
October 25, 2019
Alumna-owned organization bettering lives of many, thanks to some four-legged assistance.
October 15, 2019
Melissa Arias, '01 JD, is the new president and CEO of Make-A-Wish® Alaska and Washington.
October 14, 2019
College of Nursing's Jennifer Fricas focuses on improving community and public health.
The historic win Thursday night over CSU Bakersfield marked Coach Julie Woodward’s 300th victory in her 23rd season coaching the Redhawks.
October 11, 2019
SU women’s swimmer Julia Gorman, '20, was one of two students selected to accompany a team of professional electrical engineers to Cheeba, Zambia to install a microgrid that powers energy kiosks with solar panels. The senior from Bend, Oregon wrote a summary of her experience and work in Africa.
October 9, 2019
Father Arturo Araujo returns to his alma mater to become rector of the Arrupe Jesuit Community.
October 4, 2019
Seattle U welcomed freshman students in late September as they moved into residence halls, bade farewell to parents and began classes. Watch a video and view a photo gallery highlighting some of the Welcome Week events.
October 2, 2019
The $275 million Campaign for the Uncommon Good will fund scholarships, student programs and the new Center for Science and Innovation
Director of Athletics Shaney Fink, pictured with Men's Basketball Coach Jim Hayford, illuminates the potent impact of Division I sports in higher education and how Seattle U's athletic programs align with the mission.
September 23, 2019
If you met Teresa Wippel, she wouldn’t tell you about how difficult it is thrive in media today. Instead, she might regale you with a story about her early days at The Spectator, Seattle University’s student newspaper, where she wrote moral pronouncements by typewriter, or how she met Walter Cronkite in the spring of her freshman year.
Let's welcome the following new faculty and staff who are joining us or taking on new roles for the 2019-2020 academic year.
September 20, 2019
As we look forward to welcoming students back to campus next week, we take a glimpse back at what happened over the summer.
September 13, 2019
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act signed into law last Friday, provides several billion dollars in economic and financial relief to students and universities. Here are three takeaways of the relief it provides Seattle U students and the university.
Osbaldo Hernandez (Public Affairs, '12), co-owner of Frelard Tamales, and his family have been packing free sack lunches for children who are out of school.
Kathleen McChesney, '76, will receive the oldest and most prestigious honor given to American Catholics.
A look back at the incredible story of one of the greatest players in NBA history and Seattle U alumnus, Elgin Baylor, '58.
James Martin, S.J., honorary doctorate recipient and speaker at SU's 2019 undergraduate commencement ceremony, writes about the mystery of suffering.
Law Professor Sara Rankin on the effects of social distancing on the most vulnerable.
Pat Kelly, S.J., associate professor of theology and religious studies, shares a perspective on sport and spirituality.
Josie Mitchell, associate director of the School of Law's Center for Professional Development, has some advice for international students interested in earning a two-year J.D. in the U.S.
A case involving an Amazon contractor's sick spouse raises questions that many companies are asking right now. Albers Professor Jeffery Smith weighs in.
Dr. Glenn Lux, ‘06, president and chief executive officer of Allegro Pediatrics, is honored with a Leaders in Healthcare Award.
Vladimir Dashkeev, an economics professor at Seattle University, said he’s skeptical of any statements regarding positive, short-term effects of a recession.
Angela Rye, Law ’05, was the keynote speaker for Middle Tennessee State University’s Black History Month celebration.
Men's soccer coach Pete Fewing will be part of the broadcast.
Seattle U’s softball team upsets Mizzou, ranked 18th in the country, during the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic Tournament.
Ted Fortier, an anthropologist and professor at Seattle University, worked with the Coeur d’Alene Tribe to publish an article in The Indigenous People and the Environment journal in 2012, which is cited in a story on Paulette Jordan, a U.S. Senate candidate in Idaho.
Former Redhawk pitcher Tarik Skubal has a chance of making the Detroit Tiger’s major league roster by season’s end.
Terrell Brown scored 25 points as SU defeated Cal State Bakersfield 69-54 on Saturday night at Redhawk Center.
In response to sustained pressure from student climate activists and faculty members, Creighton University, a Jesuit institution in Omaha, Neb., announced on Feb. 18 in an email to the student body that it would reduce its “investment exposure to fossil fuel companies."
Detroit Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire had seen enough. As former SU pitcher Tarik Skubal, ‘18 — one of the Tigers' top prospects — totally dominated on Friday afternoon while pounding the strike zone, Gardenhire looked over at Tigers general manager Al Avila, who was sitting behind home plate.
This summer, Seattle U will be host to 9th, 10th and 11th graders who want to learn firsthand the role of artificial intelligence in the fields of criminal justice and ethics.
SU soccer alumnus Alex Roldan, ’18, will continue his winning ways with the Seattle Sounders.
Dr. Morris is a concert violinist, educator, entrepreneur and filmmaker.
Seattle University was the first Jesuit Catholic University in the U.S. to divest.
The course for businesses is the first step in a Microsoft-funded initiative to merge ethics and technology education at Seattle U
Seattle U's men's and women's cross country teams have been named to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association's All-Academic Teams list.
ESPN handicapped the Player of the Year races in all 32 Division I conferences.
Television ads during the Superbowl give companies a massive audience for their products. Did they succeed?
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