Mar 18, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Student Consumer Information and Disclosures

There are a number of reports produced annually by the university to provide information to students and parents. The information is sent to students either through university e-mail or U.S. mail. See also “Student Consumer Information and Privacy Laws” on the university website:

For inquiries about the content of the reports or to obtain printed copies, contact the following offices:

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (“FERPA”)

This is Seattle University’s annual notification to students about their rights under FERPA, the federal law relating to student records. See FERPA Annual Notice to Students and FERPA Guidelines (76-9):  
Office of the Registrar (206) 296-8030

The Student Right-to-Know Act

This report includes completion or graduation rates for the general student body and for student athletes receiving athletically related student aid.  
Institutional Research (206) 296-6144

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crimes Statistics Act

In accordance with the Clery Act, the University publishes an Annual Security Report that discloses crime statistics as well as crime prevention policies and security measures on campus.  
Public Safety (206) 296-5990

The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act

This advises the campus community where information from law enforcement agencies provided by the state concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained. More information can be found in the University’s Annual Security Report.  
Public Safety (206) 296-5990

The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act

Contains data on participation rates and financing of men and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs. To view this report, please visit the U.S. Department of Education website ( and search for Seattle University. For more information, contact the University Athletics Department.  
University Athletics (206) 296-5441

The Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989

The Substance Abuse Policies and Prevention Handbook describes substance abuse prevention information, resources and standards of conduct for students relating to drug or alcohol use.  
Student Development (206) 296-6066

Financial Assistance Information

Detailed information about the financial assistance available to students at Seattle University can be found online and from Student Financial Services.  
Student Financial Services (206) 296-8020

Gainful Employment Disclosures


Federal regulations published in October of 2010 by the Secretary of Education require institutions to disclose to prospective students particular information regarding academic programs that qualify for Title IV federal student financial aid under the “gainful employment” provision. See a list of Gainful Employment Disclosures for 2014.