Meet Our Team

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Nicholas Cubita, Ed.D.

M.Ed. in Student Development Administration
Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration

Director of Orientation Programs

Phone: 206-296-6072

Building/Room: STCN 320

Pronouns: he/him/his

About Nick: Born and raised in Westchester, NY, I am a double Jesuit alum of Loyola University Maryland (B.A.) and Seattle University (M.Ed.). My work in overseeing students' transition experiences is guided by inclusion and evidence-based practices. My research interests include the intersection of religious and sexual orientation identities and the overarching college transition experience for college students. After 9 years on the East Coast, I am excited to be back in the PNW with my cat sidekick, Freddie, and make the most of the transition to college experience for our new Redhawks!

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Collin Nail

M.A. in Student Development Administration

Administrative Coordinator

Phone: 206-296-2525

Building/Room: Student Center 320


About Collin: I was born and raised in Oklahoma. I am a first-generation college graduate from Oklahoma State University where I studied Career & Technical Education. I moved to Seattle in 2017 for my Master’s degree in Student Development Administration at Seattle University and graduated in 2019. In my free time, I enjoy cooking, baking, watching movies, playing board games, and spending time with my partner and our dogs, Koda and Cowboy.

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Hannah Parrott

MAEd. Candidate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Orientation Graduate Coordinator

Phone: 206-296-2497

Building/Room: Student Center 320


About Hannah: Hi all! Born and raised in Missoula, MT, I moved to Seattle in 2021 after graduating from Montana State University with my Bachelors Degree. I moved to the Seattle area for a change in pace, work experience, and in hopes to attend Graduate School. This Spring, I was accepted to the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Seattle U and am overjoyed to begin this next step in my personal and professional growth journey. Throughout my undergraduate career, I spent all three years working alongside the Director of Admissions at MSU working with student engagement and orientation efforts and cannot wait to continue supporting students by beginning the role of Graduate Coordinator for Orientation at SU this Fall! Alongside these efforts, I love hiking, music, and exploring all that Seattle has to offer; my small town heart is thriving in this big city!

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Gian Sitindjak

MS Candidate in Accounting and Analytics

Orientation Graduate Coordinator

Phone: 206-296-6373

Building/Room: Student Center 320

Pronouns: he/him/his

About Gian: I was born and raised in Indonesia and I came to Seattle nearly 8 years ago. I received my undergraduate degree in Accounting from Seattle University back in 2021 and I am now back at Seattle U working on my MS in Accounting and Analytics. During my free time, I enjoy playing the piano, walking my dog Milo, and recently started photography!

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Ava Getz

Orientation Coach

Year in School: Third
Major: Criminal Justice with a specialization in Forensic Psychology

About Ava: Hello hello! I was born and raised in Henderson, Nevada, right outside of Las Vegas and moved to Seattle in fall 2021. I am receiving my undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice with a specialization in Forensic Psychology, and am graduating in Spring 2024. In my free time, I love to go to the movies, read, play the bass, and explore the beautiful city of Seattle with my friends. Last year, I was an Orientation Leader, and I am so happy to be back with the Orientation Staff and students to make this incoming Fall Welcome a great one!