Seattle University requires students seeking financial assistance to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Filing for the upcoming academic year begins on October 1. The state deadline for submission is at the end of June.
When asked to list the schools to which you would like your FAFSA results to be sent, be sure to list SU’s federal school code: 003790 prior to or as part of filing via the web.
Transfer students will receive priority consideration for Seattle University institutional financial aid provided that a completed FAFSA is received by the federal processor within 30 days of admission.
Students whose FAFSAs are filed after these deadlines may be considered for any Seattle University scholarships and federal and state need-based financial aid that may remain.
Typically, applicants who submit a FAFSA will receive a financial aid award two weeks after SU receives FAFSA results from the federal processor.
If you have not already set up your account, click the "Forgot/Set password" link and follow the instructions using information provided in your acceptance packet.
To access your Financial Aid award, log in to SU Online at www.suonline.seattleu.edu. Once logged in, select the Student Menu and click "Financial Aid Award Letter" under the Financial Aid section on the right side of the student menu.
To understand the documentation you will need to complete your award, click the "My Documents" link under the "Status of Required Documents" category on SU Online. If you have any questions about your Award Letter, please email email@example.com or call (206) 220-8020.
It is important to contact Student Financial Services if there has been a significant change in either your or your family’s financial status after filing the FAFSA. Financial aid package adjustments may be possible in some cases.
Student Financial Services will contact you if additional documentation is required.
Contact Student Financial Services to check your file's status if you do not receive acknowledgement from the U.S. Department of Education’s FAFSA processor within two weeks of submitting the FAFSA.