The School of Law is committed to our students' physical and mental health and general well-being during the coronavirus pandemic. We also remain committed to providing a high-quality, personalized legal education.

UPDATED: March 18, 2022

COVID-19 protocols

  • Vaccination and reporting of vaccination status is mandatory for all faculty, staff, and enrolled students, unless an exemption has been granted by Seattle U, or a student is in a fully online program and has attested that they will not be coming to campus.
  • All eligible, non-exempt students, faculty, and staff are expected to receive authorized COVID-19 vaccine booster doses. Booster doses must be registered by April 1, 2022.
  • Seattle University Curative testing kiosk is available on campus.
  • Until March 21, face coverings are required at all times while indoors on campus, regardless of vaccination status. Face coverings may be removed only when actively eating or drinking. An N95 or KN95 mask is the best defense against the Omicron variant of COVID-19. After March 21, a face covering is optional.
  • Effective March 21, students, faculty, staff and visitors will not be required to complete the Safe Start Health Check daily. The health check will continue to be available for those who are symptomatic to use as a tool to help determine whether or not to come to campus or go to class.
  • There are no physical distancing requirements in effect for those in our community who are fully vaccinated.
  • Unvaccinated individuals who have received a university exemption have been notified of additional safety requirements, including physical distancing.
  • Sanitation stations (wipes) will be located in central locations within Sullivan Hall and hand sanitizer is located at the entry doors.
  • Community members are required to self-report suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illnesses or possible COVID-19 exposure by using the Safe Start Health Check, emailing COVID-19-Report@seattleu.edu to report directly to Public Safety staff, and alerting Associate Dean Rick Bird or another trusted staff or faculty member.
  • Seattle University conducts randomized surveillance testing of students.
  • The University is closely monitoring the COVID-19 public health situation, and federal and state public health guidelines, and will update policies and procedures as necessary.

Financial assistance

  • Our Student Financial Services Office will work with you to review your financial aid options and provide financial counseling.
  • Seattle U Food Pantry

Physical health

  • The Student Health Center is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm. Please call the SHC before going into the clinic.
  • Seattle University Recreation: The UREC facilities will remain closed until further notice. The UREC team continues to work remotely to create virtual ways for you to connect to us and each other. For at-home workouts and ways to stay engaged and motivated, follow UREC on Instagram @su_rec.

Emotional and mental health

  • Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) offers tele-counseling options for students who currently reside in Washington state. Please note that CAPS staff are licensed to practice in Washington state only. For students who reside outside of Washington, CAPS can assist you with tele-counseling referrals in your area. Please contact CAPS to inquire about tele-counseling options & referrals. CAPS can be reached by phone at 206-296-6090 or by email at caps@seattleu.edu.

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