The housing application process for incoming freshmen is very different from the process for returning and transfer students.
Incoming freshmen will receive a packet in the mail with the Guide to Residence Hall Living with information about housing so that you can decide which options are best for you. With this guide, information will also be included on how to sign up for housing through the New Student Preferences tab on MySU.
Incoming freshmen housing applications on MySU will become available in early May.
In an effort to assist in the transition to Seattle University, the New Student and Family Programs Office provide students access to academic advising, information about campus life, and the opportunity to create community with other new SU students.
Public Safety is committed to ensuring a safe and secure environment for the university community. Their team operates on a philosophy that promotes the positive nature of the urban education and living experiences for our students, faculty, staff and guests.
What is life at Seattle University really like? How do SU students balance the demands of school, work, and a busy personal life? Meet some of our students in their own words and find out.
Student Financial Services has three main service functions:
Student Accounts: We are the University's student accounts office. We prepare and distribute bills for tuition and fees, room and board and insurance. We take payments, assess late charges, set up payment plans and distribute aid.
Financial Aid: We are the University's financial aid office. Our counselors evaluate your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and determine your eligibility for federal, state and institutional need-based funds and Student Employment.
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Housing and Residence LifeCampion Hall 100901 12th AvenueSeattle, WA 98122-1090
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