The Transfer Link at the Reidy Collegium is the center for all transfer students, with a focus on academic immersion and career preparation. Staffed by current SU students, the Transfer Link offers a variety of services and opportunities, including:
Commuter students can add a commuter meal plan to their SU ID card. It is a convenient way to pay for food on campus.
Seattle University offers commuter students several dining options:
For more information, check out the commuter student meal plan offerings.
Looking for a way to get involved on campus? The Center for Student Involvement manages the clubs and organizations on campus. Look out for their quarterly involvement fair!
Housing and Residence Life supports not only students who live on-campus, but also has resources for finding off-campus housing. Housing and Residence Life can be reached at (206) 296-6305 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Engagement and the Albers Career and Placement Center support students interested in finding jobs, internships, and service learning opportunities.
In addition to protecting persons and property, Seattle University's Transportation and Parking Services is your key contact for parking and transportation.
Parking at Seattle University is regulated and a valid parking permit is required to park on campus property. Parking permits and Transit passes (bus, train, ferry) can be purchased at a discounted rate from the Public Safety Office.
Additionally, Public Safety offers a security escort service and the Nighthawk nighttime shuttle program.
The Hub Desk also allows students to rent an ORCA card in exchange for a Student or State ID.
Very nice environment, friendly staff. Different activity from time to time. Quiet environment. Good place to study and meet people.Anonymous
I always think like I am in my house when I stay in Reidy Collegium. I am comfortable to eat here. Taking a nap in here makes me to attend class attentively. The kitchen is awesome and helps me a lotFitih Shiwaye
The friendly greeters asked about my day when professors and classmates were too busy to hear about my research, projects, or professional goals. The tea, soft sofas, and quiet space rejuvenate me on-campus. I am so grateful that the Reidy exists. As a Transfer student and a commuter student, I am incredibly busy and love how the Reidy space and staff has supported me.Tiffany Carpenter
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