The College of Nursing is committed to supporting nursing and diagnostic ultrasound students to provide the best and safest clinical experiences possible during the unique and unforeseen circumstances presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
All students—undergraduate, graduate and professional—will be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and report it to the university prior to arriving on campus for fall quarter. Read more about this.
Report your vaccination status now with the Safe Start Health Check.
Seattle University recently launched a one-stop Student Support Center for students to get help and answers to questions.
Contact Kei Hattori at firstname.lastname@example.org to get information about how to apply.
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Contact Student Financial Services via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 206-220-8020 during our normal business hours.
Students are encouraged to order their textbooks and course packs from the Campus store at www.SUCampusStore.com. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Campus Store Manager Marc Parrish at email@example.com.
Remote Learning Resources from Learning Assistance Programs: Information on strategies and resources for remote learning, tailored specifically to SU students. Learn more here.
Testing sites are back up. Check with your state’s Department of Health/nursing regulatory department for information. Click here for information in WA state.
COVID-19 PCR testing is available for diagnosis and surveillance of SARS CoV-2. For students seeking testing due to symptoms, known close contact exposure, or just concerned please call the SHC at 206-296-6300. Your health insurance can be billed by the test lab.
Additional guidance has been added to the COVID-19 website for students, faculty and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19, come into contact with an individual who has tested positive or may be experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Read more at Public Health Guidance.
SU Funds for Emergency Assistance: Seattle University's Dean of Students oversees a variety of funds and programs that assist SU students experiencing temporary hardship. Contact the Office of the Dean of Students to discuss your situation.
SU Mutual Aid: Student-led effort to collect information on what SU students need, and to identify people who could help with these needs. If you need support or if you have support to offer your peers in the SU community, please fill out this form.
Mutual Aid Solidarity Network (Seattle-wide): Volunteer effort to deliver food and other supplies to the doors of vulnerable individuals in the greater Seattle area. Learn more here.
Seattle Hospitality Workers Emergency Fund: (note: they have temporarily halted applications for funding due to demand. They hope to reopen applications, so check the website for updates.) Funds for hospitality industry workers whose hours have been curtailed because of COVID-19 and who are not being otherwise compensated. Learn more here.
Financial Resource Guide for WA Residents: Guide to financial resources for Washington consumers impacted by COVID-19. Includes credit card, rent, student loan, and emergency loan assistance. Learn more here.
UndocuScholars Recursos para Comunidades Indocumentadas: Resources for undocumented students and families, including emergency relief funds. Learn more.
The Plate Fund - Restaurant workers who live and work in King County and have suffered financial hardship because of the COVID-19 crisis may be eligible for $500 in immediate assistance. No SSN needed to apply. See eligibility criteria and apply here.
SU Student Financial Services - Possible financial aid support for students impacted by COVID-19. Contact this office by email to discuss your situation.
One Fair Wage Service Worker Emergency Fund: Service workers who have had their income significantly impacted by COVID-19 may be eligible for temporary cash assistance as funding becomes available. Learn more.
CARES Act Fund for SU Students: Undergraduate and graduate students can apply for funding to cover expenses related to unexpected financial needs due to the coronavirus pandemic. The expenses can be anything within the meaning of “cost of attendance” as defined in the Higher Education Act, including tuition and fees, food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and childcare expenses. Students who apply by April 21 should receive a response by May 5. Requests will be reviewed on a rolling basis. In total, $1.8 million is available to SU students. Apply for funding using the CARES Act application form available on MySU.
Seattle City Light & Public Utilities: 60% discount on Seattle City Light bill and a 50% discount on Seattle Public Utilities bill for income-qualified residential households. Deferred payment plans available to all. Learn more here.
Puget Sound Energy: Up to $1,000 in energy bill assistance for customers who had their income significantly reduced due to COVID-19. Learn more.
King County Rental Assistance: If you’re a King County resident who has been impacted financially by COVID-19 and are behind on your rent, you may qualify for assistance. While the program is currently paused, additional fundraising is taking place. Learn more here. Sign up for updates on rental assistance by completing this form.
Temporary Moratorium on Residential Evictions: An emergency order is in effect that places a temporary moratorium on residential evictions in Seattle until at least June 30, 2021.
SU Food Pantry: Free supplementary food for all current students, staff, and faculty. For maximum safety, this is a pre-bagged and pick-up only operation. The "Pick-Up Order Form" can be found on ConnectSU--submit this form by noon on Wednesday each week.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP): Food benefits for eligible low-income individuals and families, including those whose income situation recently changed due to COVID-19. Find out if you’re eligible here. Then find the application for your state here.
Seattle-Area Emergency Food Resources Map: Interactive map of emergency food resources—including supplemental groceries, to-go meals, and more— available in the Seattle area. Learn more.
Mustang Community Kitchen
First Covenant Church
Seattle Food not bombs
Community Lunch on Capitol Hill
Queen Anne Meal
Blessed Sacrament Church
Food Truck offered by Vedic Cultural Center
Phinney Ridges Community Meals Grab & Go
Catholic Workers Hillman City Collaboratory
Washington Listens: Free nonclinical support for people experiencing elevated stress due to COVID-19. Talk anonymously with a trained support specialist and/or get connected to resources and groups working through the stress together. Call the support line available Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Sat-Sun 9 a.m.-6 p.m. 833-681-0211. Or visit the website.
SU Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) Appointments, Referrals and Resources: Phone appointments for SU students currently located in WA state. Referrals for SU students not located in WA state. The CAPS COVID-19 Resources Page includes information about managing stress and adapting to college life online. Call 206-296-6090 during business hours or visit their website.
Virtual Community Building: Led by the Division of Student Development, Redhawks United contains resources for SU undergraduate and graduate to reduce social isolation and encourage connections while on-campus opportunities are suspended. Learn more.
Care for Your Coronavirus Anxiety: Free meditations, sleep, and movement exercises to help you out, however you’re feeling. Learn more here.
Sanvello Wellness App: Seattle U students get access to Sanvello Premium by signing up using their SU email address. Sanvello offers a variety of activities. Since no two people are the same, students can select and use whichever tools are most helpful for them in their personal wellness journey. Download the app from the Apple Store or for Google Play.
Campus Ministry: Pastoral care and conversations are available to all students, regardless of religious or spiritual background, and serve as opportunities to process their lived experience. Students are welcome to set up time for conversation and care for any kind of experience. These include, though are not limited to, major life transitions, stress, relational challenges, and identity exploration. Use this form to connect with a Campus Minister for a video or phone one-on-one conversation. Campus Ministers are available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m to 5 p.m. PDT, and will respond to you within one working day.
Free virtual yoga classes: Yoga for Beginners is a free, guided yoga experience! This is an easy way to take a break from working and get some movement in. Learn more.
Office of Wellness & Health Promotion: Compilation of free wellness resources for caring for yourself and others. Learn more here.
Simple Tips to Avoid Zoom Fatigue: Kinesiology’s Dr. Erica Rauff and her students in Health and Wellness and Exercise Psychology courses developed these tips for all of us who are videoconferencing.
Virtual Affinity Spaces with OMA: Virtual community spaces for various affinity and identity groups. Come join for real talk, for laughter, and for meaningful relationship building. Learn more here.
Open Path Psychotherapy Collective: Mental health care at steeply reduced rates for individuals without health insurance or whose health insurance doesn’t provide adequate mental health benefits. Learn more.
SU Disability Services: Support for students seeking academic, housing, or meal plan accommodations. Students with disabilities have the right to reasonable accommodations, regardless of the modality in which classes are delivered. Learn more.
Comcast: 60 days of free Internet Essentials service (25/3 Mbps speeds) for low-income households and free wifi hotspots. Learn more here.
Spectrum: 60 days of free wifi and broadband to any household with college students. Call 1-844-488-8395 to enroll. Learn more here.
CamScanner: if you need to share documents in PDF but don't have a scanner, this is one good option. They are making the Premium version available to educators and students for free. Learn more here.
SU Lemieux Library: Many textbooks are available for free in electronic format. Learn more.
King County 2-1-1
You may be able to access -any more resources that are available to the larger community, such as rental assistance. Find out what’s available by contacting our 2-1-1 system.
Phone: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Text: Mon.-Fri, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Email, chat, and search for resources
King County Medical Society Childcare Referral Service: For those who wish to provide childcare to children of healthcare workers and/or healthcare workers who need childcare. If you are a healthcare provider in need of childcare, please fill out the healthcare provider form. If you are interested in providing childcare, please fill out the babysitter form. Questions? Contact Czarina Manzano by email.
COVID-19 fact sheets in multiple languages: Coronavirus facts in Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. Learn more.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Students, visit the DNP advising page for team member contact information.