Undergraduate Admissions

Tuition and Fees

(2016-2017)

Budget for full-time student (3 quarters per year)

  On-Campus Living with Parents/Relatives
Room and Board  $11,499    $4,029  
     
Expenses $6,435 $6,435
   Books and supplies $1,500 $1,500
   Personal $2,436 $2,436
   Transportation $1,734 $1,734
   Technology Fee $465 $465
   Recreation Fee $300 $300
Tuition (12 - 20 credits) $40,500  $40,500
Total Cost of Attendance $58,434 $50,964

 

Tuition (2015-2016) 

  Per Credit Quarterly Fall-Spring Annual
Full-Time (12 to 20 credits)   $12,990 $38,970
Summer 2015, Institutional Aid Recipients $866    
Summer 2015, Non-institutional Aid Recipients) $650    
Part Time (1 - 11 credits) $866    
Auditors $235    

Residence charges (2015-2016)

  Quarterly Fall-Spring Annual
Room - Bellarmine, Campion and Xavier    
Efficiency Triple Occupancy $1,786 $5,358
Triple Occupancy $1,907 $5,721
Double Occupancy $2,296 $6,888
Room - Chardin    
Double Occupancy $2,453 $7,359
Logan Court  (varies on size of room)    
Double Occupancy $2,571-$3,153 $7,713 - $9,459
Single Room $3,724-$4,021 $11,172-$12,063
Room - Douglas Apartments    
1-5 Bedrooms $980/month to $1,600 /month  
Room - Murphy Apartments $2,296 - $4,100 $6,888 - $12,300
Please visit Housing and Residence Life for more information about on campus living options.    
Board (meal plans) 2015 prices have not yet been set. Listed are 2014 prices.    
Rainier Club      $2,300 $6,900
Olympic Club $1,750 $5,250
Diner's Club $1,595 $4,785
Preferred Club (minimum required for resident freshmen & sophomores) $1,370 $4,110
Campus Club (minimum required for resident juniors & seniors living in Bellarmine, Campion, Chardin & Xavier) $950 $2,850
Murphy Club $625 $1,875
Convenience Plan $300 $900

Please visit Dining Services  for more information about meal plans.

Other fees 

Admissions Deposit (non-refundable) $200*
Housing Deposit $300**
International / Non-Resident Annual Insurance Fee $1,502***

 

# Off-campus expenses and miscellaneous costs are based on statistics from a variety of sources, including the Consumer Price Index, the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, and the Washington State Financial Aid Association.

## Expenses for books and housing are included in calculations of your yearly cost. In addition, meals, transportation, as well as moderate personal expenses like clothing and health insurance are covered. Students with extra expenses such as day-care or extraordinary medical costs can have their budgets increased.

* The Admission Deposit is a confirmation of intended enrollment and is non-refundable. It will be applied to the tuition charges for your first quarter of attendance.

** See the Residence Hall License Agreement you'll receive from Housing for refund information. 

***For all International Students and Non-Residents, you will be billed an annual charge for Health insurance and to remove the charge you must fill out an online waiver form by the appropriate deadline. For more information about the International Student/Non-Resident insurance process please visit: http://www.seattleu.edu/isc/health-insurance