|University of WA||Day Program||$42,206||$70,608||$72,519|
|University of WA||Extended Degree||$65,465||$65,465||$65,465|
|University of WA Tacoma||Three-Year||$59,925||$103,616||N/A|
|University of Southern California||Four Semester||$117,005||$117,005||-|
|Seattle University||Advanced Standing||$29,135||$29,135||$29,135|
|University of WA||Full-Time Advanced Standing||$27,974||$46,965||$47,955|
|University of WA||Part-Time Advanced Standing||$41,845||$41,845||$41,845|
|University of WA Tacoma||Advanced Standing||$34,230||$59,196||N/A|
|Smith College||Advanced Standing||$38,690||$38.690||-|
|University of Southern California||Advanced Standing||$74,632||$74,632||-|
All admitted applicants are considered for Seattle University Graduate Scholarships based upon a holistic review of all information received in the application process and available funding. Awards are renewable for multi-year programs based upon satisfactory progress toward degree completion. Scholarship amounts are based upon full-time enrollment of minimally 6 quarter credits per term. Students taking less than 6 quarter credits will have their award amount pro-rated accordingly.
Endowed scholarship consideration may require additional documents and recipients may be notified after admission depending upon the selection criteria. Domestic and permanent resident applicants are strongly encouraged to complete a FAFSA to be eligible for any need-based endowed or external scholarships and/or graduate student loans.
The MSW Program offers several need and diversity-based scholarships. There is no application process for these scholarships; students accepted to the MSW Program are automatically considered if they have submitted the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and express a deep passion for clinical social work and social justice. The program attempts to award scholarships no later than early May.
Lee Scheingold, MA, MSW and Bill Etnyre, MSW, PhD, have created the Etnyre Scheingold Clinical Social Work Endowed Scholarship to support students who are pursuing their MSW education and are dedicated to working with society's most vulnerable citizens.
To be eligible for scholarship, a student must meet the following criteria:
Applicants to Seattle University Graduate Programs are eligible to apply for the AmeriCorps Alumni Scholarship.
Recipients of the scholarship receive a total award of $3,000 toward tuition, which is distributed over the first two years of the student's academic program. Eligible applicants must have successfully completed (or will have completed) an AmeriCorps term of service by the time of enrollment in their graduate program. Seven new scholarships are awarded annually.
Graduate Assistantships in teaching, research and marketing/recruitment may be available to qualified students.
Each academic year, the MSW department has student worker positions that may be available. Availability is based on whether current student workers are graduating or moving to other positions. Students are also free to reach out to other graduate programs within the university to ask about employment opportunities within other departments as well.
Faculty are always applying for grants and funding for research. Periodically, faculty members will be awarded a grant that allows them to hire an MSW student to help them with their project. Faculty will notify students as opportunities arise.
The Lemieux Library has a comprehensive guide to institutional and local funding databases.
Interested in fellowships? Check out the Seattle University's Fellowships database.
Student Financial Services Office is the central department that manages tuition bills, fees, scholarships, and loans. Visit the SFS website for office hours, financial aid information, and payment plan options.