Congratulations on your admission!

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

Use the resources on this page to learn more about joining the Redhawk community and confirming your enrollment.

Starting on the Right Foot

Step 1

Login to your Admissions Portal

  • Activate your account
  • View your admission decision
  • Complete the Admissions Response Form
Step 2

Activate your SU Account

Step 3

Submit your $500 confirmation deposit to confirm your enrollment to Seattle University.

Confirm your enrollment.

Confirming Your Enrollment


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International Students

Seattle University welcomes a diverse and international student body to our campus. If you are an International Student, please follow the additional steps below to complete your enrollment.

  • Provide a copy of your admission letter for your visa interview if you are seeking a student visa.
  • Check-in with our International Student Center (ISC) upon arrival.
  • Attend a required ISC Welcome Workshop.

Connect with your Admissions Counselor

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: 

Virtual Financial Aid Counseling

Connect with a Financial Aid Counselor from Student Financial Services to learn more about the financial aid process and to get answers to your questions. Please come prepared to ask your questions.

Meet with a Financial Aid Counselor

One-on-one virtual appointments with Financial Aid Counselors will be available in February 2022 after Financial Aid Offer Letters are sent to admitted students. 


Stay Connected During COVID-19

We know you have questions and we want you to know we are here to help. 

Learn how to stay connected over the coming months.