For 125 years, Seattle University’s Jesuit Catholic education has been producing leaders for the greatest good.
For 125 years, Seattle University’s Jesuit Catholic education has been producing leaders for the greatest good. Through small classes and personalized attention, we educate the whole person. Our professors are as committed to teaching and mentoring as they are to research. Here, in one of the world’s most innovative cities, we maximize our location through internships, service learning and real-world projects with top companies and nonprofits. Our graduates possess technical skills for career success. But there’s much more. Equipped with a global perspective and critical thinking and persuasive communication skills, they bring strong values, confidence and a sense of purpose that make them exceptional leaders. At Seattle University, you can become one of the ones – the ones who create positive change for a just and humane world.
One of the future-focused
36 percent HIGHER AVERAGE SALARY – the average salary of all graduates within 10 years of entering SU is 36 percent higher, or $20,000 more, than the national average (NACE)
No. 2 BEST CITY FOR NEW GRADUATES – for job market, affordability, average income and percentage of young people (CNBC)
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One of the fearlessly exceptional
Top 10 in West – U.S. News and World Report: Best Colleges 2017 (regional)
No. 1 Private University in Northwest (#2 overall) with high marks for producing successful graduates and fostering student success – Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education
One of the empowered leaders
4 out of 5 students engage in service learning – 3x national average – a skill 81 percent of HR executives say makes a college graduate more desirable to hire
“Seattle University graduates possess solid technical, collaboration and communication skills coupled with an appreciation for high ethical standards and improving society in general.”
Director, Business Capabilities Engineering, The Boeing Company
To Learn More: www.seattleu.edu/the-ones/