Your Simplified Path to Financial Aid

Secure your future with student financial aid. Explore funding options, and learn how to apply for financial assistance at Seattle University.

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Streamlined for Success

At Seattle University, you need to submit just one financial aid application to be considered for most financial aid opportunities.

Filing the FAFSA (or WASFA for undocumented students) can feel a little tough the first time you do it, but Student Financial Services is here to help and it gets easier every year after that!

FAFSA School Code: 003790

FAFSA Priority Deadline: February 1

Reliable & Stable Funding

Funding an education is a multi-year investment, and we help you plan like it. Continuously enrolled, full-time, first-year students who maintain satisfactory academic progress, can expect that the amount of university gift aid and scholarships you receive the first year is the amount you can expect for all four years.

Transfer students who are continuously enrolled full-time can expect that the amount of university gift aid and scholarships you receive the first year is the amount you can expect for your remaining years in a 4-year program.

Learn more about our Institutional Gift Aid Guarantee.

Support During the Process

Our financial aid department is here to help you navigate financial aid before you get to campus—and every year after that. You’re not alone! Nine out of ten undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid.

For Your Education Reliable Support



From merit scholarships to award packages, Seattle University supports your success.



You have financial support available as you make an investment in your career.



The average financial aid award package offers a lot of financial support each year.

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Financial Aid FAQs

Find answers to common questions about financial aid.

Financial Literacy

Explore support for building a strong financial future. 

Forms and Resources

Find important forms and documents related to financial aid. 

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Student Financial Services is often working with students in two different academic years, it is important to ensure that the correct version of the form is selected. The year and form name should match the requested form name on your financial aid missing documents checklist.

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Supporting Offices

Get in Touch

We’re here to help. For information about financial aid contact:

Student Financial Services

Vi Hilbert Hall