Accepted Undergraduate Students

Confirm Your Enrollment


  • A non-refundable confirmation deposit of $200 is required of all enrolling new undergraduates for fall quarter admission. Students planning to reside on campus are also required to pay a $300 housing deposit, which can be paid at the time you submit your confirmation deposit ($200 confirmation + $500 housing = $500 total deposit). Housing deposits for fall quarter 2015 are refundable up until August 1, 2015. 

    The $200 confirmation deposit (and housing deposit, if applicable) will be applied to your first quarter invoice.  Confirmation deposits can be made through SUOnline or mailed with the Admission Response Form that was included in your acceptance packet.

    Students admitted and planning to attend Seattle University in fall quarter 2015 must have paid their confirmation deposit in one of the following three ways: 

    • Online (see instructions below)
    • By mail with the deposit form included in your acceptance packet.
    • In person on campus at the Admissions Office.

    To pay your confirmation deposit online, you will need:

    • Your SU account login information.  Set up your password now
    • A valid Visa card or Mastercard, or electronic check routing information.
    • Secure internet connection.

    For instructions on how to deposit online, please watch the tutorial:



    Confirmation deposits must be made or postmarked by May 1, 2015 or within 30 days of acceptance (whichever is later) for those accepted for fall quarter.

    As deposits are not refundable, do not submit a deposit unless you are certain that you wish to enroll at Seattle University.

    If you have applied for financial aid, you are not required to submit a confirmation deposit until you have received financial aid notification (provided that you have met the financial aid application deadline).

    Exceptions

    Exceptions to the enrollment confirmation deposit requirement are occasionally made for reasons of significant financial need, as demonstrated by the FAFSA report and if recommend by the Student Financial Services Office. Typically a waiver means that most costs are met through federal, state and Seattle University need-based grants and scholarships. Students seeking deposit waivers must submit written requests to the Dean of Admissions after receiving their financial aid packages.

    Deposits are waived for students beginning summer, winter, or spring quarter.

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