Registrar

We are here to help!
Until the University makes the decision to fully re-open campus, we'll be working remotely. The fastest way to reach us is by emailing lawreg@seattleu.edu. Let us know your question or request and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. If you'd like to discuss a question or issue, just let us know let us know the best time to reach you and if you'd prefer phone or video chat.

Current students may request transcripts, letters, enrollment verification and other documents by emailing the request from their Seattle University email accounts to lawreg@seattleu.edu (Alumni who no longer have email access should see here for information on requesting transcripts and other documents). 

Upcoming Events & Deadlines

Juneteenth Holiday
No classes. Offices closed.
Friday, June 18, 2021

Summer 2021 Upper-Level Withdrawal Deadline
Friday, June 18, 2021

Independence Day Holiday
No classes. Offices closed.
Monday, July 5, 2021

Criminal Law Withdrawal Deadline
Friday, July 9, 2021

Fall 2021 Registration
Registration is open for upper-level students on Student Planning or SUOnline.
Incoming first-year students will be registered in July.

2021-2022 Academic Calendar

MySU

MySU provides secure, online access to your student record. You can use MySU to view your grades, GPA, exam number, student restrictions and schedule. You can also update your address and register for classes. MySU is available at https://www.seattleu.edu/quicklinks/

Your Privacy Rights

The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act allows you to withhold disclosure of information. Read more.

Reservation of Rights

Seattle University and the School of Law reserve the right without prior notice to change the tuition, fees, rules, delivery and calendar regulating admission, registration, instruction, operation and graduation, and to change any other policy, program or regulation affecting students. These changes do not excuse students from their obligation to pay tuition and fees. Changes go into effect whenever university officials so determine and apply not only to matriculated students but also prospective students.

The Law School and the University reserve the right to discontinue courses or programs at any time.