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A Day at Seattle University’s Matteo Ricci College

on April 6, 2014 in Admissions Process
A Day at Seattle University’s Matteo Ricci College

I recently attended a counselor information session on the Matteo Ricci program at Seattle University. Matteo Ricci is an experimental college at Seattle University with seminar-based learning, student-driven academics, and smaller classes. Teaching is in the round, facilitating conversation, as students learn how to learn. The program is applicable to multiple careers, with foundation development […]

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Sample of Colleges Visiting the Seattle Area

on May 15, 2012 in Alerts, New This Month

To learn more about programs and life on campuses, students should consider attending events in the Seattle area hosted by colleges from around the country. Make sure to register on college admissions websites to get notifications on these valuable events. Here is a sampling of upcoming events: Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, Stanford Learn […]

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Jesuit Excellence Tour Comes to Seattle

on June 24, 2011 in New This Month, Selecting Your College

I recently attended The Jesuit Excellence Tour breakfast for counselors at Seattle University. Representatives from many of the 28 Jesuit Universities nationwide presented updates on their schools and programs. Father Stephen Sundborg, president of Seattle University, gave an excellent introduction to the Jesuit educational philosophy, highlighting the commonalities between all of the universities. There are […]

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Upcoming College Representative Visits to the Seattle Area

on April 29, 2011 in Calendar, New This Month

Recent announcement from the Jesuit Excellence Tour: Students are invited to a college fair at Seattle University to learn more about some of the Jesuit colleges and universities.  Jesuit institutions are renowned for their long history of holistic education, a commitment to social justice, and teaching students to think critically. After a ten year hiatus […]

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