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Alumni

Spirituality

At the heart of Seattle University is our Jesuit values of service and social justice. The Seattle University Alumni Association supports alumni in their efforts to serve the community and further explore faith and spirituality. 

Our Online Prayer Community provides the space for us to grow together in faith and spirit. As alumni of Seattle University this online community reminds us that we are never alone – we are connected to an institution with a 125-year history and to faith and spiritual traditions that are thousands of years old. We are connected to one another. In this community, we share our prayers so that we may carry one another’s burdens and support each other on our shared journey.

Fr. Dave Anderson, S.J., caters to the spiritual needs of the SU alumni community, celebrating life's milestones such as baptisms, weddings and funerals and providing spiritual guidance.

Contact Fr. Dave at andersda@seattleu.edu

Magis: Alumni Living the Mission is here to help you live out the values of your Jesuit education. Magis offers programs in the areas of faith, justice and leadership development for Jesuit-educated alumni living in the Puget Sound region.

The Chapel of St. Ignatius was designed by architect Steven Holl. The world renowned chapel has an award winning design that has been selected to become part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Daily Mass: Daily Mass is held at 12:05 p.m. and Sunday Mass is offered at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.Daily Mass is held at 12:05 p.m. and Sunday Mass is offered at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Reserve the Chapel: As an alum, you have the exclusive opportunity to say “I do” in the chapel. To set a wedding date or the date of another religious service, please contact Kathy Collins at kathyc@seattleu.edu.

Seattle U’s Multifaith Prayer Room and Ecumenical Chapel in Campion Tower invites all alumni to come celebrate their faith. Created to honor students, faculty and staff of other faiths, our Ecumenical Chapel offers a quiet place for Christians and non-Christian denominations to reflect and pray.

Finding

God

In All Things

Alumni, students and staff answer the question, "What does Jesuit mean to me?"