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Seattle University’s Jesuit Catholic education produces highly sought-after students who are prepared for the challenges of any post-graduate role. The university is a Top Producer of Fulbright Scholars, and our graduates have a 99-percent acceptance rate into graduate programs. Prospective employers also recognize the value of SU’s student volunteerism—which is three times the national average—seeing students who serve their communities as better prepared for professional life and more desirable employees.
SU graduates among highest earners in the nation for liberal arts, international business, and computer and information science.
—College Factual, 2019
97% of SU graduates are employed, enrolled in a full-time graduate program or engaged in post-graduate service within 6 months of graduation.
—SU Class of 2018 “First Destination Survey”
A typical Seattle U undergraduate will benefit financially over their career by well more than $1 million.
—Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce “The First Try at ROI”
Funding a high-quality education can seem daunting but we strive to make your educational investment affordable. The cost of tuition, fees and charges vary by program and degree. At SU, 89% of undergraduates receive financial aid.
As an urban campus nestled between water and mountains, Seattle U offers an eclectic campus culture. We define student life in the broadest of terms because our campus includes one of the world’s great cities to advance your studies, historic neighborhoods for you to explore, nearby mountains ready for climbing and rivers, lakes and an ocean to cross.
Seattle U was ranked in in Top 15 percent of all universities in the nation and #21 of 122 universities in the West.
For 17 years running, Seattle U has been recognized as one of the best colleges in the nation for undergraduate education by the Princeton Review.
Seattle U was included in the national university category for the first time and tied for #139 among all national universities and tied for #5 in service learning.