Seattle University is in the heart of a forward-thinking city that pulsates with innovation and creativity. The urban citadel offers a student experience that extends beyond the campus and the classroom – full of adventure, exploration and wonderment. Our students benefit from all that Seattle University has to offer throughout their time in degree programs and as an alumni. Our students build a learning community as diverse as the communities they will serve in.
Below is a list of community gatherings and resources available to our students.
Each program (except for DMin and Certificate programs) require students to reflect, share and grow with fellow students. These reflection days count towards a students formation requirements.
Throughout the year, there are a number of student gatherings in order to promote community life. These gatherings give students the opportunity to meet other students and build new connections and relationships.
Click the links below to view some of the great resources Seattle University provides for its graduate students, including those at the School of Theology and Ministry.
Planning and Assistance
Religious and Spiritual:
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