COVID-19 Current Student Resources

We are in this together.

The College of Nursing is committed to supporting nursing and diagnostic ultrasound students to graduate as close to on-time as possible and to providing the best and safest clinical experiences possible during the unique and unforeseen circumstances presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Faculty and staff are working to find solutions at the university, state and national levels. What we are experiencing at Seattle U is not unique—nursing and diagnostic ultrasound students, as well as our graduates working in health care facilities across the country, are facing unprecedented pressures and rising up to overcome countless challenges that threaten the sacred commitment of health professionals to provide care for our communities. 

Even though most students will not return to campus for the fall and winter quarter and learning will continue remotely, we are here for you. Your Dean, faculty, and staff are working with local health care organizations to assure that as soon as it is safe for students to return to clinical sites, we will facilitate students returning to practice. Faculty and staff are all available via email or phone and can set up online meetings as well. Consider CON operations are 'business as usual' and we are available to guide you remotely in the same manner we would have if we were still together in Garrand, Chardin, or the CPL.

SU Student Support Center

Seattle University recently launched a one-stop Student Support Center for students to get help and answers to questions. 

SU Student Support Center

FAQs for CON Students

Other Resources

We're Here to Help You.

If you have any additional questions or concerns that we can help you with, please don't hesitate to contact your program team. 

BSN Students email us at CONAdvising@seattleu.edu 

BS in Diagnostic Ultrasound Students email Terry Read, Acting Program Director Diagnostic Ultrasound, at tread@seattleu.edu

Graduate Students, visit the DNP advising page for team member contact information. 

This page will be updated as new information becomes available.