Review the following policies and forms concerning class level, overloading credits, and full/part time student status. 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.
A helpful tool for students to organize their thoughts before meeting with an advisor to register for classes, it also contains instructions for registration.
There are 6 academic levels at Seattle University (excluding Law).
Explains the policy and process needed for undergraduate and graduate students to overload in a specific quarter.
This form allows a student to request to enter a closed class, enter a class without the prerequisites, or needs instructor approval.
Designates and defines the full and part time status of a student based on credits.
A maximum of 15 credits in 300 to 499, or 12 credits in 900-level courses, may apply to a graduate degree if the content is suitable to the program and with permission of the student’s dean.
In the case of Undergraduate Non-Matrics a maximum of 15 credits and for Graduate Non-Matrics a maximum of 12 credits, taken at the non-matriculated level will be accepted toward a degree.
This form is for current quarter credit overload and classes with time conflicts. If you are a student who needs this paperwork, please talk to your advisor, Dean's Office, or Department's Office.
099: Courses that do not count toward degree requirements
100 to 199: Freshmen courses*
200 to 299: Sophomore courses*
300 to 399: Junior courses*
400 to 499: Senior courses*
500 to 699: Graduate courses (graduate standing is required)
800 to 899: Post-secondary professional development courses
900 to 999: Post-baccalaureate professional development courses
numbered 100 to 299 are lower-division courses and those numbered 300 to 499
are upper-division courses.