As Seattle University has been addressing and responding to the rapidly changing circumstances with the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic both globally and in our region, we know that you have questions and we want you to know we are here to help.
We look forward to staying connected with you over the coming months, no matter how things might change or stay the same and our hope is that this page can be your one-stop-shop to get questions answered and ease your transition to Seattle U in the fall.
All Virtual Campus Events will be added to our Virtual Events page. We will alert you as new events are added.
Still not sure who reviewed your application? Just want some help knowing what to do next?
Find your Admissions Counselor using this helpful map and reach out today:
A: Admissions Counselors are happy to meet with prospective students and families. Since some Admissions Counselors are working from home to practice social distancing per public health recommendations, we encourage you to reach out to your Admissions Counselor and schedule a time to meet individually, either virtually or in-person. Find your Admissions Counselor.
A: Yes, Student Financial Services is working with families on a case-by-case basis to assess financial needs as we wade through these uncertain times. Rest assured that we will do everything we can to assist. Contact Student Financial Service at 206-220-8020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: Please contact your Admissions Counselor. We will work with students on a case-by-case basis dependent on each individual student’s situation. We understand that these are uncertain times and we want to make this process equitable in every way possible.
A: Please contact your Admissions Counselor. We will work with students on a case-by-case basis dependent on each individual student’s situation.
A: Yes. Please contact your Admissions Counselor to request the Deposit Extension Form and submit the form as soon as possible.
A: Please complete the “Update Form” within your Seattle U Admissions Portal to update your intended start term.
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, testing for college credit (AP, IB, A-levels, etc.) is unavailable around the world. Students entering Seattle U for Fall 2020 will be expected to send final high school transcripts when they become available. College credit will be granted when Seattle University is able to get the final testing results. We will be flexible with your particular circumstance - please contact the Admissions Office with further questions.