Randy Frisch

Randy Frisch named president of CityU

The National University System announced today that its affiliate City University of Seattle has appointed Randy Frisch as president effective October 1. President Frisch has extensive experience as a leader in the private and nonprofit sectors, and most recently served…

Headshot of CityU President Richard Carter

President Carter to Retire

President Richard Carter announced that he will be retiring from City University of Seattle effective June 30, 2016. During Carter’s tenure, CityU experienced growth in worldwide enrollment, attained doctoral-level accreditation, achieved programmatic accreditations with ABET and CACREP, and secured a…

U.S. News & World Report Ranks CityU's Online Bachelor Degrees Among the Top 30 in the Nation

U.S. News & World Report Ranks CityU’s Online Bachelor Degrees Among the Top 30 in the Nation

U.S. News & World Report today ranked City University of Seattle’s online bachelor’s degree programs among the top 30 in the United States, in its list of “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs.” Hundreds of accredited institutions in the U.S. were evaluated…

Provost of City University of Seattle Retiring at the End of 2015

Provost of City University of Seattle Retiring at the End of 2015

On December 31, 2015, Dr. Steven Olswang will step down and retire as Provost of City University of Seattle. This will conclude Dr. Olswang’s eighth successful year at CityU. We wanted to take a moment to recognize him for his…

CityU Becomes a Partner for Veteran Supportive Campuses

CityU Becomes a Partner for Veteran Supportive Campuses

On September 30, 2015, City University of Seattle proudly signed a memorandum of understanding with the Washington State Department of Veteran Affairs (WDVA) to become a Partner for Veteran Supportive Campuses. By signing this agreement, CityU agrees to uphold the eight keys…