With a mission to offer high-quality and relevant education to anyone with a desire to learn, CityU is dedicated to serving the working adult and transfer student. We take pride in making sure our students have everything they need to get the best education possible, and will help you every step of the way.
CityU librarians work closely with your instructors to ensure the resources you need are available to you when you need them. Resources and services include:
- Full-text journal articles in online databases;
- A guide on how to use APA style;
- Learning units in Blackboard designed with faculty, to help locate information needed for assignments.
The Vi Tasler Library at City University of Seattle
521 Wall St., Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98121
800.526.4269 | 206.239.4550
Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
University Book Store
Books for CityU courses are available through the University Book Store, located at 4326 University Way NE, Seattle, WA, with branches throughout the Puget Sound area. Students can purchase materials in person or online, and pick them up at any University Book Store branch have them shipped directly.
A complete list of required and recommended resources for every CityU course is available through the Course Resources section on the CityU library website.
The University District location of the University Book Store buys back used books year round. To sell books, students must bring a photo ID and proof of enrollment in CityU courses (course schedule or unofficial transcript). Visit the buyback page or call 1.800.335.READ to learn more.
Eligible students can charge books to CityU’s University Book Store account and costs will be deducted from their financial aid disbursement. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about this option.
Students who currently have third-party billing established with the CityU business office will continue to have this arrangement available.
Students in Canada can order books through the CityU Canada Bookstore.
Visit our Commencement page for full details on CityU’s graduation.
CityU’s internships are designed to match qualified students searching for practical on-the-job training with employers in the Pacific Northwest seeking highly-motivated interns to carry out real world projects and assignments.
Academic internships are available to undergraduates and graduate students. Before applying to an internship program, you will be required to meet with your academic advisor to review prerequisites and other qualifications. For more information about internships, please email CityU’s director of internship programs, Kathy Cox.
How it Works
There is an unpaid academic internship program available to both undergraduates and graduate students. Before applying to the internship program, you will be required to meet with CityU Career Center staff for a skills assessment.
Undergraduates are required to intern 150 hours or approximately 15 hours per week and will be awarded 5 quarter hour credits upon successful completion.
Graduate students are required to intern 90 hours or 9 hours per week and will be awarded 3 quarter hour credits upon successful completion.
Internships are available each quarter. The specific days and hours will be arranged based on the needs of the host organization.
CityU has partnered with local area businesses to offer internship opportunities that typically focus on:
- Project Management
- Human Resources
- Business Management
- Business Analysis
- Social Media
- Public Relations and Communications
Contact your adviser if you can’t find an internship that meets your needs.
- Talk with your advisor and complete the internship application provided by him or her.
- Email the CityU’s Career Center to schedule a time for a career skills assessment.
- Review the available internship opportunities made available to you.
- Meet with the internship coordinator in your department to assess whether the internship opportunities available fit your career goals and academic requirements.
- Complete internship agreement documentation with signatures from your academic advisor and departmental internship coordinator.