Advising Coordination and Support Services (Bellarmine) supports university-wide advising committees and activities, including workshops and programs that prepare students and advisors for the advising process, and assessment and program development projects.
Alfie's Scholars Program (Bellarmine 111) aims to make the dream of attaining a bachelor’s degree a reality for transfer students from two-year colleges. The mission of this program is to provide access to a bachelor’s degree, increase diversity on campus and in the professions, and promote leadership in fostering civility.
Disabilities Services (Loyola 100) promotes an inclusive campus environment and ensures access for students with disabilities to Seattle University activities by advising students concerning disability-related needs, determining eligibility for services, arranging academic adjustments and other accommodations, providing test administration and materials in alternative format, and consultation with faculty and staff.
Fellowships Office (Loyola 100) offers advising services for students and alumni who are interested in applying for national and international scholarships and fellowships.
Fostering Scholars Program (Bellarmine) provides scholarships covering tuition, fees, books, room and board, as well as mentoring, individualized support services and year-round housing to former foster youth attending Seattle University. The program costs are funded by the Stuart Foundation, while the scholarships are supported by private donations.
Learning Assistance Programs (McGoldrick Learning Commons) cover a range of services that promote academic achievement including peer tutoring, and peer-facilitated study and language-conversation groups; learning consultations with professional staff; study strategy workshops; and web and print learning resources.
The Premajor Studies Program (Bellarmine) provides academic advising, progress monitoring and activities designed for self-discovery, values clarification, goal setting, and major and career exploration to students who have not yet decided their major.