Following is a list of policies and forms that pertains to Admission and Readmission to Seattle University. Clicking on any link in the list below takes users to a brief description of the policy/form and a link where it can be downloaded and printed.
Advanced placement in courses may be obtained either through approved departmental examinations or by the Advance Placement Examinations of the College Entrance Examination Board, (CEEB). Credit for advanced placement courses may not exceed 45.
Examination for credit in undergraduate courses offered by the university may be taken by a student for work done in private study or on subject matter taken at a non-accredited college or university, please see policy for restrictions.
Credit may be granted for satisfactory completion of subject examinations given by the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) of the College Entrance Examination Board, (CEEB).
Form for eligible students, in order to take a credit by examination test and have it count toward their program. View the above Credit by Examination policy (2004-06) to see if you are eligible.
While the successful completion of these departmental competency examinations may satisfy all or part of the modern language requirement for the College of Arts and Sciences as indicated below, no Seattle University credit is awarded.