Payments can be made online using VISA, MasterCard or electronic check (eCheck) by logging in to SUOnline and selecting "Make a Payment or Pay a Deposit" from the Financial Information section of the Student Menu.
A service fee equaling 2.5% of the payment amount is automatically added to all credit card payments. No fee is charged for making an eCheck payment from a bank account.
Payments can only be accepted for current charges on a student's account. The maximum amount that can be accepted is $9,999.00. Making payments in excess of this amount requires two separate transactions.
Payments may be mailed to:
Student Financial ServicesSeattle University901 - 12th AvenuePO Box 222000Seattle, WA 98122
The student's Seattle University Student ID Number should be included on or with the payment. Payments not received by the due date, or payments that the Student Financial Services Office is unable to process due to missing or incomplete payment information, will be subject to $50.00 late fees (up to $100.00 per term).
The following methods of payment by mail are accepted:
The Student Financial Services Office is open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Mondays and Tuesdays, and from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Photo ID is required when paying in person and the following methods of payment are accepted:
Cashier's checks, money orders or personal checks may be placed in the secure "24/7 Forms Drop" box located across the lobby from the Student Financial Services windows and adjacent to the elevator in the University Services Building. This drop box is accessible 24 hours a day, every day, and is emptied daily.
DO NOT drop off cash or traveler's checks. These forms of payments must be made in person at our lobby windows in the University Services Building.
Seattle University does not accept post-dated checks or checks written on accounts with insufficient funds. Check payments received for prior quarters are subject to funds verification before the checks are processed and restrictions are removed.
Seattle University offers several payment plan options. See Payment Plans for more information.
Seattle University does not accept post-dated checks or checks written on accounts with insufficient funds.
Check payments received for prior quarters are subject to funds verification before the checks are processed. This option is unavailable if Student Financial Services has received three or more returned checks on an account.