Located east of downtown Seattle in the First Hill neighborhood is the main campus of the university spread across 50 acres of land. The university has ensured that the campus ranks high in sustainability with pesticide-free grounds, food waste compost facilities, energy conservation programs, water recycling, and more. More than 10% of the students on campus are international students. There are various residence halls, apartments, and affiliated housing options available to choose from for student accommodation. The on-campus residences offer facilities such as internet access, furnished rooms, laundry facility, study areas, computer labs, and a common television area. The fitness facility spans over 1,80,000 square feet and includes a cardio floor, locker rooms, sauna room, pool, racquetball courts, softball field, outdoor tennis court, softball field, and more. The university also offers free counseling and psychological services to its students. The career engagement office helps the students prepare for a suitable job market, find jobs, internships and on-campus jobs, and more. The campus has more than 170 student clubs and various community engagement activities so that the students can focus on their passion and all-round development outside the classroom as well. The Spectator is Seattle University’s student-run newspaper since 1933.