Admitted First-Year Students

Find out how to confirm your admission, connect with your advisor, talk with an aid counselor and more.

Congratulations on Your Admission

As an incoming Redhawk, you will join an active community of scholars and leaders. We recognize this is an important milestone in your life, and the Undergraduate Admissions team is here to help you navigate the next steps in completing your enrollment and preparing you for your Seattle University experience.

Take the next step! Confirm your enrollment and use the resources on this page to learn more about joining the Redhawk community.

Confirm Your Enrollment

Steps for Admitted First-Year Students

  • Check out events and opportunities for Admitted Students.
  • Activate your mySeattleU Account (found within your Redhawk Admissions Portal)
  • Your Financial Offer Letter will be available via your Redhawk Admissions Portal within seven days of receiving your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  • Submit your Admissions Response Form to confirm your enrollment to Seattle University.
  • A $500 confirmation deposit is required of all new first-year students admitted to Seattle University for Fall Quarter.
  • Winter and Spring applicants are not required to pay a confirmation deposit.
  • The confirmation deposit is not an additional fee; it will apply toward your first tuition bill.
  • Check out additional next steps in your Redhawk Admissions Portal.
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Virtual Financial Aid Counseling

Connect with a Student Financial Services Representative to learn more about the financial aid process and to get answers to your questions. One-on-one virtual appointments with Financial Aid Counselors are available after Financial Aid Offer Letters are sent to admitted students.

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Admitted Student Events

You and your loved ones are invited to join us on the Seattle University campus or virtually for an opportunity to learn more about life as a Redhawk.

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All new first-year students participate in Orientation to launch their education at Seattle University. 

Resources and Helpful Links

We’re Here for You

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