2024 First-Year Confirmation Deadline Extended

In light of delays in the 2024-25 FAFSA rollout, the Admissions Office has extended the enrollment deposit deadline for admitted first-year applicants to June 1, 2024. Ready to commit to Seattle University? Claim your spot by completing the Admissions Response Form in your Redhawk Admissions Portal!

How Much Will it Cost?

One of the most daunting tasks when preparing for college is determining what it will cost. Usually we know things like tuition, books, housing and food are relatively intuitive but what about fees, personal expenses and transportation?

In this section, students and their families will find information that estimates the costs associated with attending college and how the Student Financial Services Office determines a student's eligibility for financial aid.

Student Financial Services is a cash-free office but we have several other ways to pay.

Pay In-person: The Redhawk Service Desk accept checks, money orders, and debit card payments only.  

Pay online via the Student Account Center: Electronic eCheck (no fee) or using a Credit Card with a processing fee

Pay by Mail: Check made payable to Seattle University that includes student's ID number on memo line