Admitted Transfer Students

With our small class sizes and dedicated faculty and staff, you will be the next great addition to our community of scholars and leaders.

Welcome to Seattle University

We look forward to supporting you on your path to completing your degree. You are just a few steps away from completing your enrollment, and the admissions team is here to help you prepare for your Seattle University experience.  

If you have any questions about your enrollment, please contact the Admissions Office at 1-206-220-8040 or email us at

Steps for Admitted Transfer Students

  • Login to your Redhawk Admissions Portal and look for the Status Update
  • Click “View Update” to view your Admissions decision
  • Back on your home portal page, scroll to see “Set up your SU Account”
  • Set up your account to access your Transfer Credit Evaluation
  • Visit MySeattleU to review your Transfer Credit Evaluation, which shows how your credits transferred to SU.
  • Your Transfer Credit Evaluation and Transfer Credit Summary will show your estimated graduation timeline.
  • If you have not applied for financial aid via the FAFSA or the WASFA, we recommend you do so as soon as possible. Use Seattle University’s FAFSA school code: 003790
  • Students with a submitted FAFSA will typically receive financial aid offers 2 – 3 weeks after admission.
  • When your Financial Aid Offer become available, you’ll access it within your Redhawk Admissions Portal.
  • When you’re ready to officially enroll, submit your Admissions Response Form.
  • A $200 confirmation deposit is required of all new undergraduates admitted to Seattle University for Fall Quarter. The confirmation deposit is non-refundable and will apply toward your first tuition bill.
  • Winter, Spring and Summer applicants are not required to pay an enrollment deposit. 
  • Enrollment deposit waivers are reviewed on case-by-case basis and are not guaranteed; please contact your Admissions Counselor to learn more.
  • Please submit official final transcripts or exam scores as soon as possible so your credit evaluation can be updated and reflect all earned credits. Order transcripts through Parchment or the the National Student Clearinghouse.
  • Check your Redhawk Admissions Portal to submit additional documentation and learn more about next steps for Advising and Orientation.
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Admitted Transfer Student Next Steps Sessions

Join a Transfer Admissions Counselor to learn an overview of the next steps to take after you’re admitted, including how to best prepare for course registration, orientation and the transition to SU.

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Virtual Student Financial Services Appointments

Schedule a 15-minute appointment to connect with a Student Financial Services representative and get all your questions answered related to your Financial Aid Offer.

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Advising and Registration

Enrolled transfer students will register for classes by signing up for an appointment with an Academic Advisor. Instructions for next steps can be found within your Redhawk Admissions Portal.

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Transfer students will learn important information about academics, resources for support, ways to get involved on campus and much more.

Resources and Helpful Links

We’re Here for You

Explore the campus resources dedicated to your success as a new Redhawk.