The health, safety and well-being of our students and university community is paramount. Seattle U continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic. We are acting according to public health guidance and directives and the most up-to-date information. Our website is updated regularly to reflect the latest developments. Emergency strategies to increase social distancing and slow the spread of the virus are a key regional public health priority.

Help Us Support Public Health Efforts

Social distancing remains our best defense against COVID-19. Students, faculty and staff are asked to please notify Seattle University Public Safety as soon as possible at covid-19-report@ or 206-296-5990 in the following situations:

  • If you remain on campus or have contact with campus members and develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 even if testing has not been done or has not come back yet;
  • You have been diagnosed, tested or suspected to have COVID-19;
  • You have been asked to self-quarantine because of close contact to a confirmed case or travel from area with a travel warning; or
  • You have been directed to self-isolate but are unable to appropriately separate yourself from your roommates.

Updated information on community members who have a confirmed case of COVID-19 can be found on our COVID-19 Confirmed Cases page.


UPDATED: May 11, 江苏快3 – 1:30 p.m.

Temporary Extension of Vacation Benefit Carryover

Human Resources provided information on a temporary extension of Seattle U’s vacation benefit carryover.  This year, SU will delay the deduction of excess days to September 1, 江苏快3, so that staff are able to take paid time away during the summer months. In an ordinary year, excess vacation accrual hours cannot be carried over as of July 1 each year, but due to this extraordinary COVID-19 situation we are making this one-time extension.
May 8, 江苏快3

Update on Planning for Summer Operations and Fall Reopening: A Message from the President

President Stephen V. Sundborg provided a follow-up to his April 30 announcement that Seattle University intends to re-open for the Fall 江苏快3-21 academic year. “We hope and intend to reopen this fall for the return of students, with a likely mix of in-person and virtual classes, and to discuss the anticipated gradual restart of campus operations later this summer.”
May 4, 江苏快3

Stay 江苏快3 Order Extended Through May 31

On March 23, 江苏快3, Governor Jay Inslee issued , “Stay 江苏快3 – Stay Healthy,” to slow the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (“COVID-19”). On Thursday, April 2, Governor Inslee extended this order through May 4, 江苏快3. On May 1, Governor Inslee extended the order once again, this time through May 31, 江苏快3.

The university circulated guidance regarding the Governor’s original “Stay 江苏快3 – Stay Healthy” proclamation on March 24. The university is recirculating its prior guidance.
May 1, 江苏快3

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Seattle University Intends to Re-Open for Fall Quarter

Seattle University intends to reopen campus in the fall for the 江苏快3-21 academic year, President Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., announced today. “The beginning of the academic year will not look like it has in the traditional sense,” he said in a message to the campus community. “There are complex issues to address.”
April 30, 江苏快3

Update on Important Decisions to Faculty and Staff: A Message from The President

In addition to announcing the university’s intention to reopen campus in the fall, Father Steve shared other important decisions supported by the Board of Trustees to secure the university’s financial health and well-being now and longer-term amid the significant impacts of COVID-19 on higher education.
April 30, 江苏快3

CARES Act Changes to the Employee Retirement Plan

Participants in the university’s 403(b) Employees Retirement Plan should be aware of options now available as a result of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. As always, we recommend reaching out to your Fidelity or TIAA financial consultant to review your current situation – along with short- and long-term financial goals – before making any decisions.
April 30, 江苏快3

A Message from the Office of Institutional Equity

As our campus community continues to adjust to all the changes that come with remote learning and working, Seattle University remains firmly committed to promoting and maintaining a safe, equitable and accessible working, learning and living environment – free from discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment and other forms of sexual misconduct.
April 28, 江苏快3

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