We support university-wide advising committees and activities, including workshops and programs that prepare you and your advisors for your advising process, as well as providing assessment and program-development projects. We work to assure that you are receiving collaborative support and consistent information.
We are dedicated to promoting an inclusive campus environment that ensures access for all students. Our staff is here to advise and assist with your disability-related needs, determining eligibility for various support services and arranging academic adjustments and other accommodations for you, as well as providing test administration and materials in alternative formats.
Our staff provides and creates access to a range of services that promote academic achievement, including peer tutoring and peer-facilitated study, language-conversation groups, learning consultations with professional staff, study strategy workshops and web and print learning resources.
We’re here to support your search for prestigious fellowships and opportunities that will enrich your education. Visit our office to learn about the challenging and rewarding experience of applying for nationally competitive scholarships and grants.
Premajor advisors are here to help you on the path to declaring the major that is right for you. Premajor students hone in on personal, academic, and career goals through assessment of your interests and values while ensuring you complete critical milestones to stay on target for timely graduation.
Getting involved in student research is a great way to further explore your academic passions and interests. Research opportunities are available for all academic disciplines. The Student Research Program can assist you with organizing, funding, presenting, and even publishing your own research.
Aims to make the dream of attaining a bachelor’s degree a reality for transfer students from two-year colleges. The mission of this program is to provide access to a bachelor’s degree, increase diversity on campus and in the professions, and promote leadership in fostering civility.
Provides scholarships covering tuition, fees, books, room and board, as well as mentoring, individualized support services and year-round housing to former foster youth attending Seattle University. The program costs are funded by the Stuart Foundation, while the scholarships are supported by private donations.
Each year, Seattle University selects nine incoming freshmen to receive the Sullivan Leadership Award. This award covers the entirety of their undergraduate tuition, housing, and meals for four years of study. We seek students with diverse leadership styles and personal backgrounds to join our Sullivan Scholar community. Sullivan Scholars are not easily defined, coming from a variety of heritages—small towns to large cities, public and independent schools, Catholic or from many other spiritual traditions. We seek students, like you, to carry forward our holistic definition of academic excellence, one that transcends classroom performance. Beyond monetary support, our faculty mentorship and your connections within the Sullivan Scholar community will promote your personal and professional growth–taking you to new heights as a change agent for a just and humane world.
First awarded in 1983 and named after Sue Naef, who left her estate to the university for scholarships upon her death in 1982. Those eligible for the award are nominated by any member of the university community and a full-time student in the Albers School, College of Arts and Science, School of Nursing and Matteo Ricci College.