In order to support public health efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, campus tours and in-person information sessions are suspended until further notice. Our highest priority is the health, safety and well-being of our students and university community.
Your visit is a chance to explore the campus and city and meet staff, students, and faculty who can tell you more about Seattle University. You are welcome here whether you are stopping by or staying awhile; visiting with a group or on your own.
Stay connected to Seattle U even if you aren’t able to visit campus. Take our virtual tour, connect with your Admissions Counselor, browse the many options to engage with us from a distance….
Our campus visits typically begin with an information session, followed by a student led campus tour. Our informational sessions are designed to give you a brief overview of the university, as well as our admissions and scholarship processes. On a campus tour, our student guides will spend an hour sharing what it's like to live and learn in our distinct urban setting.
If you have the time to stay awhile, you can live as a Redhawk for a day! In an extended visit, you’ll meet with faculty one-on-one, sit in on classes, take a guided tour, and meet with an admissions counselor.
Group visits are designed specifically for high school students and prospective transfer students, and typically consist of a student-led campus tour. If requested, an information session with an admissions counselor can also be arranged. We welcome group visits Monday to Friday, mid-November through August.
In addition to our daily campus visits, the Admissions Office offers a number of events throughout the year to help students learn more about SU and navigate the admissions process. Learn more by visiting our Events page.
Learn more about transferring to Seattle University's Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, including application and admission requirements. Visit the BSN Info Session webpage for dates and additional information.
While there’s plenty to see and do on campus, take time to experience Seattle too. It’s easy to do: Seattle University is located in an urban neighborhood, a few blocks from downtown and some of the coolest neighborhoods in Seattle. Check out the great food in the International District, the scene on Broadway Avenue in Capitol Hill, and historic Pioneer Square, all an easy walk from Seattle University.