small jesuit school on capitol hill. people are generally nice and friendly, but girls, don't come here expecting a boyfriend. there's way more girls than guys, and more than half of those guys are gay. the rest are either uninterested or major players because they realize they can get any desperate su girl they want.
it's not a party school, but parties aren't hard to find (esp if you're in sports). most people love their weed and ciggs.
academically it's not hard (i'm a chem major). just don't be like me and get distracted by ppl or the fact that so many music venues are nearby. there's WAY too much to do in seattle, and su is literally in the middle of it all.
there's lots of school sponsored events-- movie nights, speakers, bands, outdoor trips, etc. students get discounts on plays (wicked was the most recent), some concerts (last was benfolds), hiking, paintballing, bus passes, and other things that i don't take advantage of.
if you care about diversity, i guess it's diverse. not a lot of hispanic or black people; most of the asians are from hawaii or guam. there's just as many vegetarians as meat eaters. it's a jesuit shcool, but most people are agnostic or don't care about religion. it's a small school, but you will find a niche and like minded people.
anywho i go here and i love it. it was my safety school, but i ended up coming bc of money (most people are like that here). you should come here too if you're not obnoxious :]
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based on this freshman's perspective.