With higher salaries, top employers and a Seattle U community for life, Redhawks are set up for success.
In 2020-2021, 97% of SU graduates reported career-related activity (full or part-time employment, post-graduate service, graduate school, or internship/practicum) after graduation.
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”
99% of undergraduates who apply to graduate school are admitted upon completion of a bachelor degree.
—National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)
Learning to fly. Step by Step. The Career Engagement Office offers a broad range of career development support that will make finding your career path a little easier, including:
Source: Seattle University’s 2018 “First Destination Survey”
Redhawks for life. With 84,000 alumni, you'll connect with kindred spirits all over the world.
Plus, SU offers many benefits and opportunities for alumni well beyond graduation.
Aerica Shimizu Banks, '10, has experienced and accomplished more in the 10 years since she graduated from Seattle U than most people do in a lifetime.
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