A visiting student enrolled in a graduate degree program at another institution with permission to take no more than two quarters or 12 transfer credits of graduate course work as a non-degree seeking student at Seattle University. Although the student intends to transfer those credits to his/her graduate program, Seattle University assumes no responsibility for advising such students for the applicability of the courses to the student's degree.
A non-degree seeking student taking graduate course work because of special interest or an unusual delay in his/her regular application to a graduate program at Seattle University.
Programs in Educational Leadership, Master of Nonprofit Leadership, Master in Teaching and Psychology do not normally permit TYPE 2 non-degree seeking students. The School of Theology and Ministry does not typically admit students who intend to apply to one of their degree programs at a later date. Contact STM for other options.
International students on an F-1 visa are not normally permitted TYPE 2 non-degree seeking status unless during a break from their current institution. Applicants with F-1 status at another institution must provide a copy of their current I-20.
In addition to the documents above, Type 1 applicants must also submit:
For application procedures refer to the non-matriculated application