Student Financial Services has three main service functions:
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.
We are the University's student employment office. We post jobs on the Redhawk Network that are funded through the need-based work-study programs that are included in eligible students' financial aid awards as well as those that are funded by the employer and open to any interested student (not just those with work-study awards). You will contact us when you are hired by an on-campus employer to submit forms and documents required for employment and to get your payroll record set up.
We hope this web site provides answers to your questions about our services as well as your rights and responsibilities as a student at Seattle University. If you need more information or have suggestions for improving this web site or our services, please be sure to let us know.
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.