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, including the optional but encouraged statement of any special personal or family circumstances affecting your need for financial assistance. The question is embedded into the admission application itself; no additional application is needed.
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 Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program provides scholarship opportunities for new incoming students.
There are three different categories for scholarships awarded:
For more information please contact Angela Cabatbat.