What happens next?
If you would like to visit the Seattle University campus, send us a visit request online or by phone. More information can be found here.
if you wish to speak with a faculty member or to sit in on classes, please schedule an extended visit here. Appointments with financial aid officers are also available. If given two weeks' notice, we can usually provide a schedule that will enable you to gather the information you seek.
The Center for Orientation and Transition Programs provides orientation programs each quarter for new freshman students. For information on these programs, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 296-2525.
Tuition due date
Tuition is due prior to the start of classes. For a list of important academic deadlines, including tuition payment for specific quarters, refer to the quarterly Course Catalog at catalog.seattleu.edu.
Parking permits/bus passes
Parking permits are available each quarter on a firstcome, first-served basis. Transit passes are available to students at a discounted price.
Contact the Public Safety Office at (206) 296-5990 for more information.
Textbooks are typically available two weeks prior to the start of classes at Seattle University Cam[pus store , located in the University Services Building. You may also purchase textbooks online at www.seattleubookstore.com. Please allow 24 hours for processing an online order. Orders placed online can be picked up at the bookstore.
You can contact the SU Campus Store at (206) 296-5820.
Update your address
Seattle University requires your current address, phone number and e-mail. Please fill out an update form to update your contact information.
Change of major
Students can request a major change when completing their New Student Preferences form beginning May 5th. Please note that some major changes may require approval from the Admissions Office. For questions regarding major changes, please contact us at email@example.com.