Do you have a question that we didn’t answer below? Email us at email@example.com and we’ll answer your question as soon as possible.
You can reach the Office of University Summer Programs by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, you can follow our Facebook page at https://facebook.com/summeratseattleu. We love connecting with students, families, and schools, feel free to tag us in posts or comment on one of ours!
Yes, you can follow our Instagram page at https://instagram.com/summeratseattleu. We encourage you to use #summeratseattleu or tag us in one of your posts!
No, students will always be supported, regardless of their level of knowledge in each topic. However, students must be a current ninth grade student in order to apply.
Students are placed into teams of 6 and assigned to one undergraduate advisor/counselor. The teams are organized into groups based on a variety of factors to support students in meeting new people and building their network.
One Program Advisor/Counselor is assigned to each team. The PAs are undergraduates from diverse backgrounds from Seattle University. They are with students 24/7 and serve as a mentor, resource, and support during the students’ time on campus and after the program.
Students earn college credit by successfully completing the programs they are enrolled in. Partial credit is not awarded if a student does not attend all days of their program. Your grade will be based on your participation and final group presentation. The credits are included in your pre-collegiate program fee.
Yes, we are currently working with some schools to award high school credits and are open to working with other schools in providing high school credit for the completion of the program. Please, have a representative of your school contact The Summer Programs Team at email@example.com before April 30, 2020, to express interest.
Seattle University celebrates academic excellence achieved through diversity. Consistent with this value, we strive to make our high school programs accessible to all students.