Entry into the Theatre major is contingent upon an Entrance Review. Note: that if you have your Entrance Review before being accepted into Seattle University, your acceptance into the major is contingent upon your acceptance into Seattle University,
To arrange an entrance review, complete the entrance review form
Reviews are held in two ways:
Reviews are also held during Fall Preview Days and Spring Accepted Student Open House Days. If you are planning to visit Seattle U during these events, it's a great time to set up a review also.
We recognize that theatre makers emerge from a variety of backgrounds. Therefore, we want to get to know you as a person. For this review process, we ask that you prepare a 3 – 5 minute presentation that highlights your interests and passions as they relate to theatre. Keep in mind that this is an Entrance Review for an academic program – we are interested in your critical and creative thinking as well as the level of your abilities and skills.
There are many ways you may communicate your talents or interests to us. For example, your 3 – 5 minutes of Performance/Presentation could include:
You can divide your 5 minutes in any way you want, e.g. a monologue and a portfolio review. Be prepared to answer questions following your presentation.
Bring all work samples with you: we do not accept work prior to the Review.
To be eligible for these scholarships you must complete an entrance review by March 22th.
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