DARE TO BE GREATER
Centrally located in a hub of innovation and forward thinking, Seattle University pulls in faculty at the top of their fields. These accomplished scholars don’t just lead their fields—they revolutionize them.
With 13 students for each faculty member—and an average 19 students per class—you receive personalized learning that empowers and inspires you to do more and be more.
Illuminating the World Around Us
A Seattle University education not only prepares you to make a difference in the world, it provides you the opportunities to make the world better and even a little brighter. Seniors in the Electrical Engineering program did just that by being part of the award-winning Muhuru Bay Microgrid Project. Working alongside professional engineers, they created a micro-grid system to provide sustainable electricity for a rural village in Kenya, Africa.
To know more. Do more. And be more. Because here we dare.
We believe the sharpest minds are well-rounded. Educating mind, body and spirit is not multiple choice—it's the Jesuit way. At Seattle University, we dare to become greater than the sum of our parts, to impact locally and shape our global environment. From the heart of Seattle and its innovative and forward-thinking culture, we dare to know more, do more and be more.
SPEAK LOUDER THAN ACTIONS
For Hollis Wong-Wear, spoken word was more of an interest and less of a career path. But one of her professors recognized her talent and encouraged her to explore outside her comfort zone. Hollis made an impression within the Seattle hip hop and rap scenes—most notably with recording artists Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Their collaboration on The Heist resonated with audiences so loudly that the album won several Grammy awards.
Class of 2009
FINDING THE CODE TO SUCCESS
As Iliana Sach found out, the connections at Seattle U extend beyond LinkedIn requests and networking socials. During her final year project, she applied her software engineering education to a real-world scenario: developing a website for REI. Along the way, her professor introduced her to company executives who provided invaluable insight into the day-to-day of running a business. This experience helped her get in the door—and ultimately land a job—with Amazon.com.
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