Welcome to our collection of on demand content for your orientation experience. Explore recorded information sessions and other resources to learn more about the offices and options at Seattle University that can help you make the most of your first year as a Redhawk. Some content is from 2020 and will be updated once an event takes place in 2021. Be sure to check out the First Year Orientation Timeline to learn about upcoming events and how to attend.
Seattle U’s holistic approach to education nurtures more than just the mind – it cares for the whole person. From Academic Advising Services, to Learning Assistance Programs, to Disability Services, and more, SU staff and faculty are eager to support you and help you excel in the classroom and beyond.
Additional Resources from Disability Services
Involvement outside the classroom is vital to the Seattle U student experience and adds a dynamic element to the university’s core values of Academic Excellence, Diversity, Service, Leadership, Justice, and Faith. The Center for Student Involvement (CSI) supports over 100 student-led clubs and orgs and students can check out these opportunities and get involved through the CSI’s online platform ConnectSU. SU’s Center for Community Engagement serves as the main entry point for students who want to engage in the local community. This includes service-learning opportunities, university-assisted community schools, direct service, community-based advocacy, and more.
An education at Seattle University is an investment in your future success. The Student Financial Services Office awards over 91% of undergraduate students with financial aid each year. The Student Financial Services and Financial Aid website contains information for items related to bills and payment, scholarships, completing a FAFSA, student employment, and more.
How to Pay Your Bill
How to View Your Financial Aid Package
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student educational records and establishes rights for students relative to the disclosure of these records. Learn more here.
Giving a Supporter Access to Student Financial Information
The transition to college is often a big step for both new students and their families and supporters. Change is a process, and everyone needs support. Check out the resources below for more information and to help with this transition.
For questions about mental healthcare resources in the Seattle area, please call Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at (206) 296-6090 for information, referrals or to schedule a brief phone consultation.
Collegiate Mental Health - 2021
For questions about health care on campus, health insurance, immunization requirements, and more, please visit the Student Health Center web page. You may also contact the Center at firstname.lastname@example.org and 206-296-6300.
Healthcare in Seattle
This video features outdated information from 2020. The 2021 Healthcare in Seattle Session will happen in August and will be recorded.
Still have unanswered questions? We are here to help! Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page for common questions and answers. If you have additional questions or if there are other ways we can help you as you make the transition to Seattle U, please don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or 206-296-2525. A member of our team can help or assist in getting you connected to the right resource.