Our curriculum draws on a rich Jesuit Catholic tradition, one of diversity and inclusivity where intellectual transformation is nurtured and preconceived notions challenged. We reflect before we react, embrace difficult questions and seek to find common ground.
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Putting Students First
Emphasis on personalized education
When you’re living, learning and playing at Seattle University, a day-in-the-life presents the opportunities of a lifetime. Being in the city and region of world-class companies—from tech to aerospace, arts to health care—means opportunities abound for students who want on-the-job-training through internships and networking.
SU students can study, serve or intern abroad each year while earning credit toward their degrees, many on programs directly sponsored by Seattle University. During the 2016-17 academic year, more than 500 students participated in education abroad.
Professor Henry Louie, PhD, engages students in projects that literally light the world. “It’s an experience I would never be able to get at any other university. It increased my global experience and makes you feel good on the inside.” —Rianne Spath, ’17
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