We rock the red and the green. Learn more about Seattle U’s commitment in sustainability and earth-friendly practices through the Center for Environmental Justice & Sustainability.
100% commitment to divest from fossil fuels by 2023, which is ahead of schedule—Seattle U has already achieved a 50% reduction.
No plastic bottled water is sold on campus*
*Seattle U was the first school in the state to make this move.
In Sierra Club’s “Cool Schools” rankings for sustainable universities.
Get involved and find community with campus programs and groups including the International Student Center, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, The Outreach Center and more.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs encourages students to increase their awareness of and engagement with diversity by creating an environment that promotes inclusion and advocacy on campus. The department offers a variety of opportunities to engage on identity and intercultural issues such as campus lectures, dialogue series and celebration ceremonies. Popular programs include Moral Mondays at SU, the Lavender Graduation and the Connections Leadership Program, a peer mentorship program for students of color.
The Outreach Center is a community and resource space for members of the Seattle University community who identify with the first-generation college student experience and the student veteran experience.
From outdoor adventures to silent retreats, meditation in the chapel to de-stressing with dogs during finals SU offers services and support for the whole person—mind, body and spirit. Campus Ministry, health and wellness, Counseling and Psychological Services and more.
Explore the Cascades, try a cardio dance class, grab a few friends for an outdoor volleyball league or go for a swim. The REC provides programming that fits into your life, interests and needs.
Students can get involved through more than 175 student clubs, organizations or communities.
With more than 150 partner organizations and service-learning courses, CCE offers students many opportunities to get involved and serve local.
Seattle University’s student newspaper since 1933.
The Hui ‘O Nani Hawai’i Club—one of the university’s oldest clubs—hosts an annual luau with traditional island foods. The event is always a campus highlight.
The Student Events and Activities Council (SEAC) plans over 30 events per year including Quadstock, Battle of the Bands, Fall Ball, and 90's Dance, plus unique only-in-Seattle off-campus trips.
Seattle U’s more than 400 student-athletes pursue excellence in competition, in the classroom and in the community.
Men’s Basketball | Morgan Means, ’20, finished his career with over 1,000 career points and was also named to the 2019-20 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court for academic excellence.
Women’s Basketball | Kamira Sanders, ’20, was named 2020 WAC Defensive Player of the Year and became the 18th player in program history to score 1,000 points.
Women’s Soccer | 2019 WAC Champions! The Redhawks have won five regular-season titles, five tournament titles and made five NCAA Tournament appearances in the last seven years.
Men’s Soccer | 2019 WAC Champions! The Redhawks have won three regular-season titles, four tournament titles and earned four NCAA Tournament wins in the last seven years.
Softball | Shi Smith, ’21, pitches against then 14th-ranked Northwestern. The Redhawks faced six top-25 opponents in 2020, including a 3-1 win over then 18th-ranked Missouri. Seattle U won its first WAC Championship and first NCAA DI Tournament victory in 2019.
Men’s Cross Country | Nathan Pixler, ’21, and the Redhawks raced on the history Chambers Bay Golf Course last fall.
Volleyball | Julia Queiroz, ’22, and Eve Kerschenbaum, ’22, go up for a block in a match last fall. The Redhawks begin a new era in 2020 under the direction of first-year Head Coach Michelle Cole.
Women’s Track & Field | Regie Grady, ’22, and Delaney Griffin, ’23, led the Redhawks to a Bronze medal in the Distance Medley Relay at the 2020 WAC Indoor Track & Field Championships.
Women’s Rowing | Morning practices against the Seattle skyline and competition on the Montlake Cut with the Cascades looming in the distance. This is rowing at Seattle U.
Women’s Golf | Kimberlee Tottori, ’21, and the Redhawks set numerous program records on the course last year, while also ranking in the top-25 of NCAA DI teams with the highest GPA – a 3.80 for the 2019-20 squad.