Transfer students

You are considered a transfer student if you are a high school graduate who has completed a college level course at a college or university.

Seattle University offers 65 undergraduate degree programs including numerous Business majors, Engineering, Computer Science, Biochemistry, Film Studies, Communications and Media, Forensic Psychology, and many more.

Plan early! Use SU Planning Guides and Transferology to help determine which courses transfer, and join us for Transfer Fridays to ask questions.

Merit Scholarships are offered to students who apply and have met English proficiency requirements. Check with Student Financial Services if you have questions.

SU students are successful! They find jobs on campus through Handshake and by working with our Career Services Center to develop your resume, practice interviewing, and attending a Career Workshop.

Seattle University admits students every term, find the dates that work best for you. More information can be found on our calendar of events.

Seattle University is located centrally in the colorful, urban Capitol Hill neighborhood. Check out all the housing resources available and let us know if you have questions!

Stay informed and stay safe! Our friendly Seattle University Public Safety staff coordinate key card access to building after hours, provide Night Hawk escort services, emergency messaging, disaster preparedness, and many more services to ensure we all feel secure.