Join us for College Planning Day, a program designed to help rising high school juniors and seniors navigate the college admissions process. Workshops will address topics such as getting the most out of a college visit, preparing an effective application and financing a college education.
Fall Preview Day provides opportunities for prospective first time in college and transfer students to explore our campus and learn more about Seattle University. Faculty, staff and current students will be on hand to give you information on SU's academic programs, student life opportunities, and the admissions and financial aid processes.
Learn more about transferring to Seattle University's Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, including application and admission requirements. Representatives from the College of Nursing and Admissions Office will be available to answer your questions, and a tour of the CPL will be provided. Transfer BSN Information Sessions will begin in August 2019.
Our Admissions Counselors are traveling around the U.S. this spring to answer your questions about Seattle University. We want to congratulate you in person and offer you a chance to meet other admitted students in your area. These receptions will also allow future Redhawks to connect with current SU students, proud SU alumni, SU faculty, and representatives from Student Financial Services and Student Development.
Receptions will be offered in Berkeley, Chicago, Denver, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Orange County, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, and Spokane.
Please check back in January 2020 for dates regarding the 2020 Admitted Student Regional Receptions.
Admitted transfer students are invited to join us on campus to celebrate their admission and learn more about their college in April, May and June. Each college will be hosting a two-hour reception to connect with admitted students, celebrate their admission, and provide additional information about the college and next steps. The 2020 dates will be released in September!
The Admitted Student Days offer admitted first-year students an opportunity to meet with deans, faculty, representatives from student services departments, financial aid counselors, and members of student organizations.
The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC) invites you to plan your future. Students, parents, and counselors are welcome to attend the 2020 Spring College Fair in Seattle. More than 130 colleges from across the country will be represented!
Seattle-area prospective applicants considering pursuing their undergraduate degrees at a Jesuit institution are encouraged to stop by the Jesuit Excellence Tour, a college fair that allows admissions staff from Jesuit colleges and universities to answer your questions regarding their institutions and the application process. Representatives from 15 Jesuit colleges and universities will be present.
The Undergraduate Admissions Office offers a number of events throughout the year to help students learn more about Seattle University and navigate the admissions process.
Please contact the Admissions Office at (206) 220-8040 or Admissions for additional information and RSVP details.