Registration

Fall 2021 Registration

Continuing Students
The Fall 2021 Clinic Lottery will take place on Friday, May 21, 2021. Online registration for continuing students will take place Monday, May 24 - Thursday, May 27, 2021. 

Registration Newsletters:
Full-time 1L Students (2L in Fall 2021)
Full-time 2L-3L Students (3L or 4L in Fall 2021)
Part-time & Campus LLM/MLS Students

Registration Calendar:
All Students (All registration times are based on class year as of Spring 2021).

Planning Resources:
Downloadable Course Schedules
Graduation Requirements Document
Graduation Requirements Video
Course Selection Advice Video
Student Planning System

Entering Students
Entering 1L students will receive fall registration information from the Admission Office in July. Transfer and visiting students should contact the Office of the Registrar at lawreg@seattleu.edu for registration help.

MLS in Compliance & Risk Management Students
Students enrolled in the online MLS program will be registered for their respective required courses and selected electives (after consultation) by the Senior Director of Graduate Law Programs and Registrar. Notices will be circulated via e-mail approximately eight (8) weeks prior to online MLS term start.

Online MLS Academic Calendar

Petitioning for Remote Instruction in Fall 2021

As a reminder: the School of Law will resume in-person instruction for courses beginning with the 2021 Fall term. In-person instruction in Sullivan Hall will include the following Covid-19 health and safety precautions:

  • University vaccination protocol
  • University Safe Start Health Check
  • Masks required at all times unless an individual is stationary, seated, and in the act of eating or drinking.
  • 3-foot physical distancing requirement in classrooms
  • 6-foot physical distancing requirement in other spaces and at in-person service desks
  • Barriers at in-person service desks
  • Air filtration and enhanced air circulation systems

As a result, requests for accommodation involving the need for remote instruction specifically related to Covid-19 will be granted only under the following circumstances:

  1. The petitioning student must provide objective medical documentation from a qualified diagnosing professional confirming the student's diagnosis in question; and
  2. The medical documentation must also confirm that: a. Even with the foregoing Covid-19 precautions in place, that the student is still medically restricted from attending classes in person due to an elevated risk of contracting Covid-19; or b. The student is pregnant.

Individuals whose circumstances fall outside of these parameters will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Please note that this protocol applies only to those students who must take all of their classes in a distance format. In addition to in-person courses, there are many upper-level classes that will be taught in a distance format this coming semester. Students who want to limit their in-building time for any reason are free to register for those courses without an accommodation.

Petitions may be submitted immediately, but must be emailed to Dean Kristin DiBiase at kdibiase@seattleu.edu no later than 9am on Friday, May 14, 2021, with the subject line "Covid-19 Remote Instruction Petition".

Summer 2021 Registration

Continuing Students
Registration is open for continuing students on SUOnline.

Download the Registration Newsletter for more information.
View the Summer 2021 Schedule here.

Entering Students
Entering 1L students will receive summer registration information from the Admission Office in May. Transfer and visiting students should contact the Office of the Registrar at lawreg@seattleu.edu for registration help.

Future Registration Dates

Spring 2022 Registration
Registration for Spring 2022 will take place in November 2021.

Registration Help

If you are having difficulty registering: During business hours - Call the Office of the Registrar at 206-398-4150. We can generally solve your problem more quickly if we can talk to you on the phone. On weekends or after business hours - Send an email describing the problem to lawreg@seattleu.edu.

We cannot send student information to non-Seattle University email accounts. If you have a question or are having difficulty with MySU, please be sure to email us from your Seattle University email account.