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: June 3, 2021
General updates Seattle University's main COVID-19 information page COVID-19 vaccinations are required for students attending Seattle University in fall 2021. All individuals on campus are asked to wear face coverings over their noses and mouths in indoor settings where others are present. Face coverings are not required outdoors. Students who intend to come to campus must get a COVID test. Dean Annette Clark's letter to students from March 25, 2020.
COVID-19 vaccine and test requirement All SU students — undergraduate, graduate, and professional — will be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and report it to the university prior to arriving on campus in the fall. Students coming to campus for any purpose will need to have a negative COVID-19 test. Students may be barred from entering any campus building, including Sullivan Hall, without a negative test result. Any COVID-19 test administered by a medical professional will be accepted. Submit your test results to the Student Health Center via its online portal. Once you get tested and submit your negative result, no additional tests will be required.
All classes for the summer semester will be taught remotely. We plan to return to in-person classes for the fall semester under appropriate safety precautions and assume prevailing public health conditions allow.
In addition to access to Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg, the law library provides numerous electronic resources. Start from this list of our databases (including online study aids Quimbee and CALI) or search for ebooks through the library catalog. Reference services are available via email and Zoom; email email@example.com to reach a librarian. For circulation questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. See also the law library homepage.