901 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122

Phone Number:

(888) 457-5227

Whether you are currently a college student or are considering a career change, Seattle University’s College of Computer Science and Software Engineering can help you pursue a successful career in the fast-paced fields of computer science and software engineering. Our unique and flexible graduate programs in Seattle will provide you with the skills you need to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow. Please call (888) 457-5227 for more information about our college courses and graduate program admissions.

Driving Directions

From the north, take I-5 S to exit 168A for Boylston Ave. Merge onto Boylston Ave. E from the exit, then turn left onto E Roanoke St. In 0.2 miles, turn right onto 10th Ave. E, then turn left onto E Aloha St. in 1.1 miles. Take your fourth right onto 12th Ave. E and continue south for 1.2 miles to find the Seattle University: College of Science & Engineering on your right, shortly after passing E Marion St.

From the south, take I-5 N to exit 164A for Dearborn St. From the exit, keep left to continue toward James St., then keep right and follow signs for James St. Turn right onto James St. after passing the Harborview Medical Center, continuing onto E Cherry St. When you reach 12th Ave., turn right and continue straight to find us in the first building on the left after you pass E Columbia St.

What’s Nearby

Town Hall Seattle

Seattle Aquarium

Chihuly Garden and Glass

Frye Art Museum

The Seattle area has been inhabited by Native Americans for thousands of years; the first Europeans arrived in the late 1700s, and land was first claimed by Luther Collins in 1851. Seattle was first incorporated in 1865, then disincorporated in 1867 and reincorporated in 1869.

Seattle’s current population is estimated at 662,400, making it the largest city in Washington state and the Pacific Northwest. Some of the city’s largest claims to fame are its successful football team, the Seahawks, and its notability as a major jazz scene in the early to mid-20th century.

Seattle Public Resources

City of Seattle

Visit Seattle

The Seattle Public Library

Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce

Historic Seattle

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