Excellent Academics. My first year here helped me to grow a great deal intellectually, personally, and spiritually. The core (required classes for all undergrads) may seem too extensive but, believe me, they truly do help to create in you a balanced and well rounded person. Plus you will be opened up to new ideas that you would have never otherwise explored.
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Seattle University has a strong community and great professors! I have never known professors who want to have a real relationship with you and be with you on your path to success. The students here are also very dedicated and accepting.» Read More
It is a great university if you know what you are wanting to accomplish in college. The school provides a lot of resources for learning including out of class help both with teachers and students. The school is a decent choice considering the other colleges in the area.» Read More
Seattle University, being nestled in the heart of the Emerald City, provides much opportunity for students to experience unique and engaging courses of study with class trips to local locations. Also, being a Jesuit institution, it provides students with a well-rounded education, allowing for the study of various subjects of interest. That being said, Seattle University, as a university, provides its students with an education you are not likely to find elsewhere.» Read More
SU while in the direct flight path of many planes flying into SEA-TAC is also perfectly located on Capitol Hill. The small campus not only offers great walking to class times but means it's very easy to walk right off and have a good time. Best of all, the professors are wonderful, all of mine were a blast to have in class and were readily available after class.» Read More