Study Hall Information:
Study Hall is held for all of our Student-Athletes in the Conolly Lobby, located at 550 14th Ave, from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM Monday through Thursday, and again on the Lemieux Library 3rd floor from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM Sunday through Thursday. Students can also obtain study hall hours in alternative ways by using the form below.
We have added content specialists to evening study hall hours, to help our students get the academic support that they need.
Stephanie Ingle is a senior biology major who can help with biology classes, as well as chemistry classes and math classes. She is available at study hall on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Kyla Terashima is a junior nursing major and Spanish minor who can help freshmen/sophomore nursing students, as well as anyone taking Spanish classes. Kyla is available Sunday and Thursday nights.
Kate Santos is a senior nursing major who can help underclassmen nursing students in nursing classes. She is available Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday nights.
Alexa Forster is a Graduate student in the Student Development program here at SeattleU. She is a great resource for paper reviews, as well as any career and development questions. She is available Monday and Wednesday nights.
Study Hall Forms:
Alternative Study Hall Hours Form: Please use this form to receive study hall hours for meeting with your Professor, a Tutor or Learning Specialist, or a course required Study Group.
Class Absence Notifications / Travel Letters: Please find Seattle University Athletic Teams’ notification of travel information for Winter Quarter 2015. Student-athletes are instructed to present a hard copy to their professors at the beginning of each quarter to discuss missed assignments/exams. Reference the appropriate team’s letter; refer to the contact information for needed help or clarification.
Technology available for checkout:
- Dell Laptop
- Audio Recorder
- USB Drive
Laptop Check Out Form
On campus Media Services provides classroom videotaping and audio recording. Click here for more information and protocal for arranging with classroom support.