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We are glad that you are considering applying to Seattle University! We have a great tradition of welcoming transfer students into our learning community and preparing them for success after graduation. In fact, more than half of our seniors in engineering and computer science came to Seattle University as transfer students. I encourage you to explore our Web site and discover how the College of Science and Engineering may be just what you’re looking for. With exceptional faculty, small classes, and high standards, we measure our success by the success of our students.
Michael J. Quinn, Ph.D.Dean, College of Science and Engineering
“Seattle U’s Computer Science Department was amazing and the transfer process was easy. They actually want you in their program. On top of that, they offer a really interesting year-long capstone project. In the senior year students are placed on a team to design a software product for a local company. For example, my team worked on a mobile ultrasound image sharing application for Philips. It was a great life experience and taught me a lot about real world software development. The teachers are great, the class sizes are small, and you can really get a lot out of the program. I recommend it highly.”
Kyle Zielinski Computer Science, Class of 2011 Microsoft
“There are a lot of things about the SU experience which I enjoyed, especially as a commuter student … the commuter accommodations provided by SU are unparalleled. The availability and accessibility of professors, collaborative student environment and well equipped labs made it easy to excel academically. SU was also very conducive to extracurricular involvement in departmental activities, professional engineering societies and SU community events ⎯ even as a student living off campus. I am now successfully enrolled in the UW Professional Master’s Program and have a great start to my career as an electrical engineer at a local aerospace electronics company.”
Igor ParkmanElectrical Engineering, Class of 2010 Astronics Corporation 2012-13
A new full-time transfer admit, both domestic and international, who has at least 36 transferable credit hours after high school graduation will be considered for one of the following transfer awards, based on GPA prior to enrollment at Seattle University. Transfer admits required to complete the Culture & Language Bridge Program to meet English Proficiency requirements are not eligible for merit awards. Please note that post-baccalaureate students are not eligible for merit scholarships.
Amounts are renewable for the number of years remaining to expected degree completion based on the class standing assigned by the Office of the Registrar upon admission. For instance, students admitted as juniors will receive the awarded scholarship for two years (fall, winter and spring quarters). Additionally students must maintain satisfactory academic progress which includes continuous full-time enrollment with the required GPA and completion of the required number of credits annually.
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