The University has many financial resources for all students. Below are links to the different types of Scholarships that are available for students to apply for that will be attending Seattle University.
A full scholarship and program of support awarded to eligible students currently in or who aged-out of the foster care system
A scholarship and special programming for underrepresented community college transfer students with the desire to become civility leaders who effect positive social change
A full scholarship that covers tuition, room & board for each of four years of undergraduate study at Seattle University and is awarded to nine incoming freshmen each year
Full tuition for four years for incoming first-year students, covered by federal, state, and Seattle University grants and scholarships--combined with the College Bound Scholarship
Admitted Seattle Promise students enrolled in the Washington State College Bound Scholarship program that complete a DTA or AS-T with 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA are eligible to receive full tuition
Specifically designated for children and grandchildren of SU Alumni.
There are also a group of scholarships at SU that students can be eligible for as part of the normal admissions and financial aid process. The Undergraduate Application for Admissions and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) should be completed for consideration of some of these scholarships.
Many scholarships that are available are to be applied to by students must be applied through ScholarshipUniverse. This system will allow students to apply to SU campus scholarship opportunities as well as outside scholarships using one streamlined application process.
If you are a current student and you are interested in applying for scholarships using the new ScholarshipUniverse system, please click here and log in using your campus credentials.