Graduates at commencement

City University of Seattle to recognize 1,251 graduates during 2018 commencement

CityU will confer an estimated one associate degree, 212 bachelor’s degrees, 352 master’s degrees and five doctoral degrees at the 43rd annual commencement. The ceremony will be streamed live. You can also follow the events on social media with #CityUGrad.

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Enactus students rank fourth in national competition

A team of CityU Enactus students placed fourth out of 444 schools nationally in the Enactus United States National Exposition on May 22 in Kansas City, Missouri, making them the first team from the Seattle area to ever rank in the national final four.

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First-generation college student pursues career in healthcare administration

City University of Seattle student Eliza Janica loves helping others, and it was that passion for service that motivated her to pursue a career in healthcare administration. She is currently working at a Veterans Affairs hospital gaining entry-level experience while she pursues a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration.

Bethany Moffatt

Alumna named Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Year

City University of Seattle alumna Bethany Moffatt has been teaching for only six years, but in that time she’s passed her love of reading onto numerous students, and helped her school, Lakeridge Elementary School, go from one in need of improvement to a 2016 School of Distinction. As a testament to her contributions, Bethany was recognized as the 2018 Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Year for Renton School District.

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Counseling alumna pioneers partnership between law enforcement and mental health professionals

Counseling alumna Susie Kroll is a trained hostage negotiator and in crisis situations co-responds with law enforcement officers through five police departments.

Students writing

English teacher goes back to school to become a school counselor

Some students lack the support they need to succeed, and high school English teacher Jim Sanders looks forward to being an advocate and resource for those individuals.