Good news! Seattle University Scholarships is currently open. Seattle University Scholarships 2021 is a fully funded scholarship for international students. Seattle University Scholarships scholarship is offered for Undergraduate studies. This scholarship is giving up to $48,000 over four academic years.
Seattle University, established in 1891, is a Jesuit Catholic university and law school located on 50 acres in Seattle’s Capitol Hill vicinity. More than 7,200 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs within eight schools and colleges.
Seattle University is home to more than 850 international students beyond than 60 nations. With alumni residing in approximately 100 countries, they are renowned all over the world for academic excellence.
The University offers international students the opportunity to study in one of the most dynamic cities in the United States. You will receive the personal attention and rigorous education within a community of dedicated students and faculty.
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Institution(s): Seattle University
Level of Study: Undergraduate
Study in: USA
Seattle University is steadily rated among the top 10 universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report and included in The Princeton Review’s Best Colleges guide.
Enrollment (Fall quarter 2019)
- 7,199 students: 4,700 undergraduate students, 1,827 graduate students, and 672 law students
- 94.8% of undergraduate students attend full-time
- 36.3% of first-year students are from Washington state
- 39.7% of all students are from ethnically diverse backgrounds
- 10.5% are international students
Average Class Size
- 18 students, all classes taught by faculty
- Faculty to student ratio: 1 to 11
Seattle University provides a wide range of programs: eight colleges and schools offer more than 120 undergraduate, graduates, and certificate programs.
Every year, Seattle University has a regional economic effect approaching $525 million.
Three out of four Seattle University undergraduate scholars take part in community service, three times the national average. Scholars, faculty and staff give 200,000 hours of service yearly.
Seattle University has beyond 90,000 alumni in 98 nations. Seventy percent have remained in Washington, contributing to the state economy and talent pool after graduation.
Financial Assistance (Fall 2019)
Undergraduate Student Aid
Undergraduates with aid: 92.4%
Average aid awarded per undergraduate recipient: $31,788
Graduate Student Aid
Non-law graduates with aid: 69.7%
Average aid awarded per non-law recipient: $21,036
Law School Student Aid
Law students with aid: 92.7%
Average aid awarded per law student: $49,193
Financial (Fiscal Year 2018)
- Operating budget: $210.1 million
- Total payroll: $106.5 million
- Art History.
- Asian Studies.
- Business Analytics.
- Business Economics.
- Business and Law.
- Cell and Molecular Biology.
- Computer Science.
- Communication and Media.
- Creative Writing.
- Criminal Justice.
- Cultural Anthropology.
- Diagnostic Ultrasound.
- Digital Design.
- Electrical and Computer Engineering.
- English – Literature.
- English – Creative Writing.
- Environmental Studies.
- Film Studies.
- Honors Program.
- Humanities for Leadership.
- Humanities for Teaching.
- Individualized Major (Business Administration).
- Interdisciplinary Arts.
- Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies.
- International Business.
- International Studies.
- Law Scholars Program.
- Marine and Conservation Biology.
- Mechanical Engineering.
- Modern Languages and Cultures.
- Performing Arts and Arts Leadership.
- Political Science.
- Public Affairs.
- Army ROTC.
- Social Work.
- Sport and Exercise Science.
- Theology and Religious Studies.
- Visual Art.
- Women & Gender Studies.
Benefits of Seattle University Scholarships
Seattle University Scholarships provides the recipients below benefits:
- Merit scholarships can be renewable for up to four years (i.e., $12,000 = $48,000 over 4 academic years) for students who maintain satisfactory academic progress, which includes continuous full-time enrollment with the required GPA.
Eligibility for Seattle University Scholarships
Applicants must fulfill the following criteria for Seattle University Scholarships:
- Required Languages: English.
- Eligible Countries: All World countries
- Undergraduate applicants should have the equivalent of a U.S. grade-point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Provide official, certified English language translations of all transcripts from each educational institution attended.
- Candidates whose local language is other than English must show English proficiency irrespective of the length of residency in the U.S., their citizenship or their immigration status.
- Seattle University does not require the ACT or SAT of international freshman applicants. However, these scores do enhance an application.
How to Apply for Seattle University Scholarships
Follow the application instructions below to win Seattle University Scholarships:
- Create a new account on Common app here.
- Fill your Application with information (General, Academic, Contacts, Family and Activities).
- Once all required components are completed, you will see the option to Review and Submit your application on this screen.
Note: They will assess your application and you will get an E-mail about being accepted or not.
To inquire further about Seattle University Scholarships, please visit Official Webiste.