MIT applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until cohorts have been filled. In order to be considered for one of the interview dates below, please apply by the deadline dates. Early submission by the priority deadline is encouraged to ensure consideration for the upcoming cohort. Merit-based scholarships are awarded post-interview, so the sooner you interview, the higher the chances of being awarded (funds are limited and will not be awarded after they have been exhausted.)
|Start Term||Fall 2022|
|Priority Deadline||February 1, 2022|
Rolling Admissions Deadline
March 1, 2022
|Scholarship Application Deadline||mid-April, 2022|
February 26, 2022
March 12, 2022
April 2, 2022
|Classes Begin||August or September 2022*|
Please note: MIT classes begin three weeks prior to the start of Seattle University's spring and fall quarters.
**Fall 2022 start is under revision. The start and end dates are subject to change.
*exact date to be decided
Complete Seattle University’s Online Application, which includes the following elements:
International students can find additional information here.
*Waived for SU alumni
All applicants must take the Washington Educator Skills Test - Basic (WEST-B) prior to the beginning of the program. Please note, below are the baseline passing scores for WEST-B and acceptable alternatives (ACT/SAT). The State of WA does not require a passing score for WEST-B or its accepted alternatives. However, your scores will be taken into account upon department review of your application. The test is available online.
Please note: The State of WA does not require a passing score for WEST-B or its accepted alternatives. However, your scores will be taken into account upon department review.
All applicants must take and pass the Washington Educator Skills Test - Endorsement (WEST-E) or National Evaluation Series (NES) test in their endorsement area(s) prior to beginning the program. This test is not a requirement to apply to the program. If admitted, applicants will need to provide official passing scores to Seattle University prior to August 10 (of your entry year). The NES passing score is 220. The WEST-E passing score is 240. These tests are available online.
Wednesday, July 13 at 12:00 PM
Wednesday, August 24 at 12:00 PM
Wednesday, September 7 at 5:30 PM