Helping to Feed America

Anna Constant, '10 MPA, is making a major difference in fighting hunger.

Read more about Anna

Global Education Expands

SU partnership with Jesuit school in India will bolster research and service learning.

Learn more about this partnership

Introducing “The Ones”

We bet you know one of them. The inspiring new video showcases a larger initiative to engage prospective students and spotlight SU’s exceptional academics and extraordinary impact.

Inspiring New Video

(Career) Game, Set, Match

Sports journalist Nick McCarvel has interviewed tennis greats Williams, Federer and Nadal.

Learn more about Nick

Innovation in Action

Inside Room 210 of the Bannan Building lies the future of electrical and computer engineering (ECE) education at the College of Science and Engineering (CSE).

Learn about the Innovation Lab

Latest News & Features

Sep 18, 2017

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Tracy DeCroce

Sports journalist Nick McCarvel, '08, is making a name for himself in the tennis world.

Read More about (Career) Game, Set, Match

Sep 18, 2017

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Tracy DeCroce

Seattle U partners with Jesuit school in India.

Read More about Global Education Expands

Sep 18, 2017

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Tracy DeCroce

Anna Constant, '10 MPA, is helping Feed America.

Read More about Nourishment for the Soul

Sep 12, 2017

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Seattle University was ranked #7 among the West’s best regional universities, according to the 2018 U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” rankings released today

Read More about U.S. News Ranks Seattle U Top 10 for 17th Straight Year

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SU in the news

09/24/2017 | Kitsap Sun

PSNS: 'Objectionable' employee social media comments could lead to discipline

Story includes interview with Seattle U law professor David Skover.

09/20/2017 | NBC News

Children of Internment Resisters Attack Travel Ban in Supreme Court Brief

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Robert Chang, executive director of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality at the Seattle University School of Law.

09/17/2017 | The Orange County Register

Taxpayer cost for mass murderer Scott Dekraai’s case tops $2.5 million

Story includes comments from Seattle U criminal justice professor Pete Collins, an expert on death penatly costs.