Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
The records of the College of Sister Formation document a baccalaureate degree program (1957-1967) offered at Seattle University to four Catholic religious orders of women.
This collection contains Seattle University Academic Council minutes and other related material.
This collection of administrative records from the Seattle University Athletic Department includes scattered materials from 1946 to 1987; including selected information on budgets, facilities and intramural athletic program; report of the Presidential Task Force on Intercollegiate Athletics (1980), and the minutes of the Sports Transition Committee reflecting Seattle University's transition from NCAA Division One sports to the NAIA (1980).
Seattle University's Faculty Senate was established in 1966 as an advisory body to the university administration.
Seattle University's Graduate Council was a standing committee from 1957 until the mid-1990's. This collection contains material from 1957-1971.
The Seattle University Guild (1948-1978), founded by A.A. Lemieux, SJ, planned and promoted cultural events on behalf of the university. The collection contains nine scrapbooks and one box of miscellaneous materials. Special events included fashion shows featuring clothing from the shop of John Doyle Bishop in Seattle and exhibits featuring jewelry art designed by Salvador Dali.
This collection, assembled from the Seattle University Committee for the Japanese Remembrance Garden, contains planning documents, minutes, and reports of the committee (2004-2006). It also includes artifacts, news clippings, photographs and memorabilia relevant to family histories and internment at Minidoka Relocation Center in Idaho during World War Two, as well as selected sermons and photographs of Father Leopold H. Tibesar, a Maryknoll priest.
This collection documents the administrative and operational functions of Seattle University's A.A. Lemieux Library, renamed the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons in 2010. The collection is not comprehensive.
Seattle University's Matteo Ricci College offers an undergraduate bachelor of humanities degree in a unique six year program that combines three years of high school and three years on the Seattle University campus.