Redhawks United

This page contains resources for Seattle University undergraduate and graduate students to reduce social isolation and encourage connections while on-campus opportunities are suspended due to Coronavirus precautions. 

We will update this page frequently so check back, especially for details about virtual activities, announcements, and resources. 

Updated 9/7/2020

Things you can do anytime


Events Calendar on ConnectSU

Have an idea for a virtual event or workshop to promote community building?  Click here to share the details for your virtual offering.  If you have a page on ConnectSU, please upload your event directly.  We've made it easier to complete event uploads.

To see events on ConnectSU: ConnectSU Calendar of Events

Questions or need access to ConnectSU?  Email!  

Brought to you by Student Development and facilitated by the Center for Student Involvement.

In looking at what was distinctive about the way of life that they had chosen, early Jesuits talked about their communitas ad dispersionem. By contrast with the older religious orders... Jesuit communities spent much of their time scattered among the different works that individual Jesuits and teams were engaged in. It wasn’t just that communities were dispersed in fact. It was rather that the communities existed precisely to be scattered in this way.

Paul Nicholson, SJ Manresa Amigos

Asking for and Offering Help

Support Requests and Volunteers: Ask for and offer support to your neighbors

Basic Needs: Some local resources to SU's campus.  If you know of resources elsewhere, we are happy to include them!

Financial Information: Opportunities to gain financial support as well as keeping a strong financial profile.

Wellness and Mental Health: Getting support for this difficult time

Community Resources: Resources for community-specific needs


Additional Student Resources

A collection of information we've received for students from around the web

City and State Resources

Students who are parents

Staying Safe Virtually

Learn More about COVID19