I disagree with taylorb in that Seattle U is not diverse. Sorry, but you have to be kidding me. Seattle U is on Capitol Hill which is known to be one of the most diverse parts of Seattle. It's pretty sick haha.
Pros: in a diverse area, small classes, good with scholarships, I'm ASSUMING good with FAFSA, but don't take my word for it.
Cons: it's private, so it's expensive, religious (a con imo because I'd prefer the school I attend to be non-religious, but that's just a personal preference)
cons: pretty decent basketball team, decent with scholarships (I got more from Seattle than Gonzaga), and again, I assume they're decent with scholarships)
cons: it's in Spokane... definitely not a diverse area, religious, EXPENSIVE, about the same price tag as Seattle U
Pros: cheap, I've heard the campus is nice (I haven't been there myself yet), good psychology program (I have heard), good if you like snowboarding/skiing, close to mountains
Cons: it's a "mediocre" school I'd say, definitely doesn't compare to Gonzaga or Seattle, and it's in a rather boring town