Update your name/address
Update your contact information in one of three ways:
- Via mySeattleU. Select "Access Student Menu", then the "Address Change" option under User Account.
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org via your SU email account.
- Submit an Address/Telephone Change Form to the Registrar.
Changes to contact information via mySeattleU or the Registrar will update all administrative offices including the School of Law Library.
Submit a Name Change form and a copy of official documentation reflecting the name change to the Registrar. Note on the form if you wish to change your Seattle University email address.
Review your student record
- Submit a written request to the Office of the Registrar, which is the custodian of these records.
- By law, Seattle U Law must comply with the request as soon as is reasonably possible, or within 45 days of the request.
Students have the right to inspect and review their education records. Exceptions include:
- Financial information submitted by their parents.
- Confidential letters and recommendations associated with admissions, honors, employment, or job placement to which they have waived their rights of inspection and review or which were placed in the file before January 1975.
- In cases where education records contain information about more than one student. we permit access only to that part of the record pertaining to the inquiring student.
- Records connected with an application to attend Seattle U Law if that application was denied.
For more information, review the Seattle University Student Records Guidelines (PDF).
University of Puget Sound records
- Seattle University School of Law is the repository for all University of Puget Sound School of Law student records.
- Contact Seattle University to access any student records.
- Seattle University assumed sponsorship of the University of Puget Sound School of Law effective September 1, 1994, as approved by the American Bar Association on August 10, 1994.
- All rights and privileges previously granted by the University of Puget Sound School of Law to law school students and graduates remain intact.
Release of records
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
In accordance with the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (commonly referred to as FERPA or the "Buckley Amendment") (20 U.S.C. §1232g; 34 CFR Part 99), Seattle University has adopted Student Records Guidelines (PDF) to protect the privacy of students’ education records.
Disclosure of Directory Information
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) designates certain student information as directory information. FERPA gives Seattle U Law the right to release this information without permission of students.
Seattle University designates the following as directory information:
- Student name
- On-campus address
- Seattle U email account
- Name of most recent previous school attended
- Dates of attendance
- Grade level
- Enrollment status (full/part-time; graduate/undergraduate)
- Degrees/awards received
- Weight and height of members of athletic teams
- Participation in officially recognized sports and activities
- Photograph (used for official Seattle University functions only)
- Under FERPA, students have the right to withhold directory information by notifying the university.
- A law student must file the Directory Information Remove or Prevent Disclosure (PDF) form with the School of Law’s Office of the Registrar.
- Submit the form in person with a picture ID.
Carefully consider the consequences of your decision to withhold directory information. Any future requests for directory information from prospective employers, other schools, etc., will be refused and these entities will be told that Seattle University has no record of your attendance.
- Directory information will be withheld indefinitely unless the request to withhold disclosure is revoked in writing.
- Even if a student has submitted a request to withhold directory information, federal law requires the university to provide address listings for all students, on demand, to United States military recruiters without the need to obtain a student's consent.
- Seattle University assumes no liability for consequences to you that arise from honoring your instructions to withhold directory information.