Seattle University

Seattle University, founded in 1891, once served the Seattle area as both a college and high school.  Located in the downtown district of Capitol Hill, it now offers 44 bachelor's and 24 graduate degree programs.  Of particular note are the law school and the doctoral program in education, as well as the College of Science and Engineering, College of Nursing,  School of Theology and Ministry, and one of the nation's most outstanding business schools.

Seattle University sports teams are the NCAA Redhawks of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.  The Redhawks soccer team won the 2004 NCAA Division II Championship.  Also prominent are the men and women's swimming programs.  Athletic activities take place at Connolly Center, Connolly Center North Court, Conolly Center Pool, Logan Field, and Championship Field.

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