Transfer Student Checklist
Welcome to SU! This guide outlines
the actions you need to take to complete your acceptance and enrollment.
Completing these steps will help to make your Redhawk transition a smooth one.
If you have questions on any particular item, please use the contact
information for that item.
Be Advised: The information below only applies to students starting spring quarter 2014. Information about fall quarter 2014 will be available in mid April.
Steps Before the Quarter Starts
1. Activate your MySU
MySU is your online gateway to Seattle University. You'll be able to access
SUOnline, pay tuition, search for classes, review transfer credits and more.
- Click Recover/Set Password
- Follow the on-screen instructions to access your
2. Report Immunization
All undergraduates are required to provide proof of certain immunizations
before starting classes.
- Submit documentation at osh.seattleu.edu and send a hard copy of
your records to the Student Health Center for verification.
- For more information, contact Student Health at:
- Nursing students: you will need to complete the
immunization requirements of Seattle University, but also the requirements
for the College of Nursing in the BSN Health Packet.
3. Register for Orientation
Transfer SUccess Orientation will be your passport to becoming a Redhawk. Please visit this link to learn more information about how to register for your orientation session.
4. Submit Deposit & Pay
Students admitted for Fall quarter must confirm enrollment by paying a $200
tuition deposit by May 1 or within 30 days of acceptance.
- Students enrolling in Winter/Spring/Summer do not have
to pay the deposit.
- Tuition information and due dates can also be found on SUOnline.
5. Accept or Waive Health
SU requires all full-time (enrolled in 12 or more credits) undergraduates to
have health insurance. Seattle U provides insurance and will automatically add
the fee to your tuition.
You can either confirm or waive (if you already have health insurance) at: wfis.wellsfargo.com/seattleuniversity/
6. Apply for Aid
If you plan on applying for financial aid (including federal loans), make sure
you have completed a FAFSA for this year and indicated Seattle U as an intended
Find out more about Financial Aid (including work study, grants, and
scholarships) at seattleu.edu/financial-aid/
7. Buy Your Books
Once you're registered for classes, it's a good idea to buy your books.
- The bookstore is also a great place to buy new
technological gadgets and to get your hands on some SU swag
8. Sign-Up for Housing
Freshman and Sophomores under 21 are required to live on campus. Juniors and
Seniors can also live in campus residence halls and apartments on a space
- Are you an upperclassman looking for apartments in the
area? padmapper.com is a great resource to find
housing near SU.
You will find out much more about
the wealth of resources available to you at Transfer SUccess Orientation. Here
are a few key links to get you started.
Commuter & Transfer Student Life
CTSL offers a variety of services and programs to help transfer students get
involved. They sponsor events like brown bag lunches, discussion groups,
barbecues, and even weekly pancake breakfasts.
- Are you a veteran student? Head to seattleu.edu/veterans
for important resources and VA benefit information.
If you want to know more about majors & minors, what classes are required,
and the typical course sequence for a transfer student, check our degree
planning resources page at: seattleu.edu/advising/degrees
Join a Collegia!
A Collegia is your home away from home. They are equipped with computers,
kitchenettes, and lounge spaces. Take a break between classes or meet fellow
transfer students during lunch. Find out more at: seattleu.edu/ctsl/collegia/
look forward to seeing you at Orientation!