Have questions about ORCA cards, EthicsPoint, and the university budget? Check out the helpful links and resources below for more information!
US Bank has information concerning basic financial literacy on their website. Student Financial Resources also offers specific information about SU finances! Additionally, the Albers School of Business hosts free tax workshops for low income households.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Public Safety and Transportation have a number of parking permit types to fit any need, depending on how often you park on campus or how many people you commute with. Visit Public Safety in USVC 102 to find out what pass works the best for you!
EthicsPoint is a secure, confidential reporting line allowing students, faculty, and staff to anonymously report activities which may involve unethical behavior, improper conduct or violations of University policy. Call their toll free number with any concerns!
They can be contacted at (888)393-6824 or reached on their website here.
ORCA LIFT cards offer discounted rates on modes of public transportation, like the King County Metro Transit buses and Sound Transit Link. SU will subsidize your ORCA card if you sign up on campus for an SU associated card. Contact Parking Services for dates of an ORCA Go-To Event on campus!
If you're not sure that you qualify for an ORCA lift, SU also subsidizes prepaid ORCA cards. Check that out here.
With regular SU ID and password, students are able to see a breakdown of SU’s budget from the past fiscal year. From expenses to financial aid, students can see the changes Seattle University has made to the budget in the past year.
Not sure how to get involved? Finding events on campus can get a little overwhelming. ConnectSU has the best calendar for all the happenings around campus. Be sure to also keep an eye out around the Student Center for events the HUB desk and Center for Student Involvement are promoting!
Click here to check out ConnectSU!