Seattle University

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Seattle University is a private university dedicated to the Jesuit Catholic tradition of educating the whole person. Students can choose from more than 120 undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs. Some of the most popular areas of study are nursing, business, administration, finance, and psychology. The university’s core curriculum comprises 12 courses taken over four years.

  • At SU, 89% of undergraduate students receive some form of financial assistance. 
  • It offers a variety of scholarships for academic merit and leadership, ranging from $14,000 to $25,000 per year
  • It is home to more than 170 student clubs and organizations on campus, with groups ranging from academic clubs to sports and special interest groups.