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About the

Scholarship

Seattle University

Scholarship Awarded by

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Amount

$3.9K (Rs 3.0L)

Course Level

Undergraduate

Deadline

N/A

About the Scholarship

Merit-based scholarships are automatically considered for freshmen and transfer students who complete an admissions application to Seattle University. These scholarships are renewable for up to four years and are awarded based on information provided on the admissions application rather than family resources. Adjustments to scholarships provided at the time of admission are not permitted. We further promise that any institutional contribution you receive will stay consistent for the four years you are enrolled at SU.

All university requirements for ordinary admission to the autumn, winter, or spring quarter must be met by scholarship holders.

Overview

No. of scholarships to be awarded

Varies

Type of scholarship

Merit

Renewability

Yes

Application deadline

N/A

Announcement of award on

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Applicability of the scholarship

Courses

Undergraduate

Universities

Seattle University

Countries

USA

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Scholarship amount details

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Eligibility

In high school, successful candidates must finish the following minimum programme (each unit equals one academic year of study):

4 units of English
3 units of mathematics (college prep)
3 units of social studies
2 units of laboratory science
2 units of foreign language
2 units of additional academic units from the disciplines listed above
Seattle University has the particular feature of direct admission to specific majors for freshmen applicants. As a result, unique supplementary requirements for admission to specific majors exist.

Application Process

Completed the Seattle University Member Supplement to the Common Application.
Transcripts from high school, if applicable.

Reports from the ACT or SAT (can be listed on your high school transcript or self-reported via the Common App). Please keep in mind that providing test scores is completely optional, and if you do so, the SAT Essay and ACT Writing components are not necessary.

One endorsement from a teacher

One counselor's suggestion

Report on the School

Students enrolled in the Washington State Running Start programme must also present official college transcripts.

Additional requirements for homeschooled applicants can be found in our policy here.

A $60 application fee is non-refundable.

For the following students, Seattle University will waive the application fee:
Students that have a Seattle University graduate sibling, parent, or grandmother
Students who are now enrolled in or have graduated from a Jesuit high school
Students who are now enrolled in or have recently graduated from a Catholic high school
Students that are eligible for a fee remission from the NACAC
Students who are eligible for a cost waiver for the SAT or ACT
Students that engage in the Rainier Scholars programme and attend Seattle University's summer College Planning Day
Students who apply for a hardship fee waiver through the Common Application will be considered.

Additional Information

Scholarship Registration Link

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Contact Email

admissions@seattleu.edu

Contact Number

206-220-8040