Entry into the major requires an Audition/Portfolio Review. Note: that if you have your Audition/Portfolio Review before being accepted into Seattle University, your acceptance into the major is contingent upon your acceptance into Seattle University.
Audition and Portfolio Reviews can also be done via video conferencing. Please note when you register if you will be coming to campus for a review or conducting one via video conference.
We recognize that theatre makers emerge from a variety of backgrounds. You may be interested in more than one aspect of theatre or not have specific experience in any particular area. Find yourself in one of the areas below that best represents your passion.
We’re interested in all kinds of expression not just related to theatre specifically. e.g, painting, sculpture, ceramic arts, music, makeup ,poetry, short stories.
Portfolios are not accepted in advance.
The following scholarships are to awarded to incoming students through the Audition/Portfolio Process
One-time $1,000 scholarships are available for exceptional incoming students pursuing a theatre major. These scholarships are awarded for artistic potential in one or more areas of theatre and are awarded through the Entrance Review process. Eligibility is based on financial need.
The Mary Lou and Richard Amen Scholarship (up to $2000) is awarded to theatre majors with a preference for students who also have a demonstrated and continued dedication to pursuing music. Awarded in the first year by faculty through the Entrance Review process, this award is renewable yearly through faculty review. Eligibility is based on financial need.
BY MARCH 8th:
If you have a question about scholarships contact: Rosa Joshi, Chair of Performing Arts and Arts Leadership