Values & Expectations

The Sullivan Leadership Program is a four-year development program designed to cultivate ethical leadership. Sullivan Scholars are expected to: 

  • Participate in the program’s leadership development activities, which include:
    • An annual Sullivan Leadership retreat
    • Regular meetings with the entire Sullivan Scholars community, members of one's cohort, as well as the Sullivan Program Director
    • Participation in at least one retreat or conference for personal growth and development per year.
  • Complete 45 credits per year for four years of undergraduate study at Seattle University with at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA .
  • Live in campus housing for four years.
  • Assume on-campus leadership and service roles.
  • Participate in a service project or study program in another country.
  • Assist with on-campus Sullivan Leadership Award events .


Sullivans Tackle Contemporary Ideas and Issues

As a way to bring relevant topics into our communities’ conversations and work, each year a theme is identified for the Sullivan Leadership Community to explore.

The 2017-18 theme was the industry of eviction and the cycle of poverty.

Evicted Book