News for the Week of January 28, 2013
Not all who wander are lost.. or are they?
Being a transfer student, you learn quickly to navigate through the world, let alone through our world, Seattle University. I transferred to Seattle University during March 2010, right at the cusp of Spring Quarter. It was extremely challenging transferring in during Spring Quarter; people already had friend groups, I was aware of Seattle and it’s surrounding but had no idea what to expect. I was out of my comfort zone, but remained optimistic.
I was not aware of any Transfer events, but remained a part of this Transfer population. I was proud to be a Transfer student and found myself jumping at each opportunity to become involved on campus. What I found most valuable was that Seattle University’s advertising about Transfer events and I became aware, I didn’t feel lost. Becoming involved on campus, as well as living on campus made me aware of my surroundings. I also realized that students as well as professors appreciated my experience form my other university, and I felt a part of something bigger than myself: this school.
Transfer SUccess Leader
On Campus Spotlight
Center for Service and Community Engagement
Supporting Seattle University's values of Justice and Leadership, the Center for Service and Community Engagement (CSCE) embodies much of the Seattle University mission. From the National Award Winning Youth Initiative to Service Days, CSCE is a great place to get involved on campus!
The Center for Service and Community Engagement has two main goals:
- To form and empower leaders for a just and humane world, and
- To foster positive action and improvement within the campus and the wider community
Ways you can get involved with the Center for Service and Community Engagement:
Commuter & Transfer Student Life
Transfermation Brown Bag Lunch: Career Services