COVID safety measures are currently in place to protect Seattle University community members and campus visitors.
While on campus, community members and visitors are asked to wear masks at all times and to maintain physical distance from those not in your party when you are able to.
Please note, many campus buildings are closed due to ongoing COVID-19 safety precautions.
Prior to arriving, anyone choosing to visit the Seattle University campus must also complete the Safe Start Health Check.
Seattle University students are the ones who make a meaningful impact on the world. They’re future-focused, fearlessly exceptional and brimming with passion and purpose. They’re the ones who balance self-reliance with interdependence. Knowledge with spirituality. And bravely go forth where others dare not.
At Seattle University, you will learn that mind, body, and spirit are the essential elements of a well-rounded, Jesuit Catholic education. Our curriculum and character stretch far beyond the classroom and into the world that surrounds us.
Spend your spring working with an NGO in India. Your summer interning for a Fortune 500 company in downtown Seattle. Your evenings hanging out where music fans first discovered Nirvana. Indulge your adventurous spirit, get your hands dirty and become invested in the community as you enrich the lives of everyone you meet.
It all begins here at Seattle University. That first class. That first student club. That moment when you and your peers look around and realize that in a city so full of culture and history, you are one of the ones prepared to make a difference.
A student who has never attended college, or who has earned college credits but only prior to high school graduation.
A student who has received their secondary education through homeschooling experiences.
Washington state students that have earned credit through Running Start but have not completed college credit after graduating from high school.
A student who has completed college coursework following high school graduation.
An adult transfer student who has completed some college courses and wants to finish a Bachelor's degree or upskill while still in the workforce.
A student who has previously completed a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and who seeks admission to complete an additional undergraduate certificate or degree.
A foreign national who entered the US without inspection or entered legally as a nonimmigrant but then violated the terms of his or her status.
A student who wishes to take post-secondary or post-baccalaureate courses but does not intend to pursue a bachelor's degree, a certificate or fulfill prerequisites for a particular Seattle University degree program.
At Seattle University, applicants are accepted directly to their majors of choice at the time of admission. No worrying about whether you’ll be able to get into your major! Freshmen or transfers with less than 36 credits can use the Common Application Member Section by checking the corresponding box (e.g. biology, or pre-major).