Seattle University USA Merit Scholarships Awards 2023

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Scholarship Description:

All international students are encouraged and welcome to apply!

The Merit Awards for First-Year International Students are open at Seattle University from 2022-2023. 

Merit Awards for First-Year International Students 2022-23 at the Seattle University are now available for students if they have minimal program in high school.

Seattle University officially announced the upcoming class scholarships. It is considered to be one of the top institutions around the globe. 

Seattle University was founded in 1891, and It currently functions in Seattle, Washington, USA.

Seattle University offers such scholarships yearly to welcome students to the campus. Merit Awards for First-Year International Students 2022-23 will open the door to new and better opportunities for selected students and expose them to advanced learning in undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs.

Keep reading about Seattle University's acceptance rate, GPA requirements, eligibility and selection criteria, and other helpful information. 

You will find the link to apply below.

 

Degree Level:

Seattle University USA Merit Scholarships Awards 2023 is available to undertake Undergraduate level programs at Seattle University.

Available Subjects:

Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.

  • All Subjects

Scholarship Benefits:

Selected candidates will be granted with financial aid from the Seattle University.

Eligible Nationalities:

All Nationalities

Eligibility Criteria:

Successful candidates complete the following minimal program in high school (each unit is equivalent to one academic year of study): 

  • English: 4 units
  • Mathematics (college preparatory): 3 units
  • Social studies: 3 units
  • Laboratory science: 2 units
  • Foreign language: 2 units
  • Additional academic units from above disciplines: 2 units

Seattle University offers the distinct advantage of considering freshman applicants for direct admission to specific majors. Accordingly, there are specific additional requirements for admission to certain majors. Please see the section "Direct Entry Admission Requirements" for more details.

ACT and SAT exam scores

Seattle University employs a holistic review of your application materials to determine admission. Part of that holistic review includes evaluation of student performance on the SAT or ACT exam, both of which are optional for all first-time in college applicants. 

If you choose to submit your test scores, Seattle University will use the highest sub-scores on both the ACT and SAT Reasoning test when making admission and scholarship decisions and in the advisement and course placement of first-time freshmen.

Should applicants choose to submit test scores, they must be received from first-time freshman applicants no later than November 15 for those applying for early action and no later than January 15 for those applying for regular admission consideration. We will provisionally accept self-reported scores from the Common Application to complete applications, but students are required to send official scores if they choose to attend SU.

International students

Although it is not required for international students to submit the SAT or ACT, the Admissions Office recommends international students take either exam and submit their scores.

Gaps in education

If an applicant has a gap in education of 5 or more years, they may be asked to establish a current academic record at another college or university prior to applying for admission at Seattle University.  In addition, recent prerequisite coursework may be needed to apply to specific majors. Please contact your Admissions Counselor for more information.

English proficiency requirements

Applicants whose native language is other than English must demonstrate English proficiency regardless of length of residency in the U.S., their citizenship or their immigration status.

Credit Requirements

Successful candidates complete the following minimal program in high school (each unit is equivalent to one academic year of study): 

  • English: 4 units
  • Mathematics (college preparatory): 3 units
  • Social studies: 3 units
  • Laboratory science: 2 units
  • Foreign language: 2 units
  • Additional academic units from above disciplines: 2 units

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

Gaps in Education

If an applicant has a gap in education of 5 or more years, they may be asked to establish a current academic record at another college or university prior to applying for admission at Seattle University.  In addition, recent prerequisite coursework may be needed to apply to specific majors. Please contact your Admissions Counselor for more information.

Direct Entry Admissions Requirements

Seattle University offers the distinct advantage of considering freshman applicants Direct Entry to specific majors. Accordingly, there are specific additional requirements for admission to certain majors. Some programs require additional credit requirements for Direct Entry consideration.

For instance, if a student indicates "Nursing" on the Common Application, that student will be considered for admission to Seattle University in the Nursing program. If admitted, that student will be eligible to begin taking classes—or pre-requisites—in the Nursing program from the start of their enrollment at SU and have a path to a degree in four years.

Students who do not meet minimum direct entry requirements  for their preferred major will be considered for Premajor StudiesPre-Science, and Pre-Engineering. The Admissions Office will send notification if a student's preferred major has been changed in the application review process. A student who begins in a "pre-" program has access to 4-year graduation options in all majors with the exception of Nursing. Due to the cohort nature of the Nursing program, students are not eligible to change their major to Nursing after starting in a different program at Seattle University.

Keeping in mind that submission of SAT or ACT test scores is optional for all first-time-in-college applicants to Seattle University, the minimum direct entry requirements are:

Albers School of Business and Economics

Applicants to the Albers School of Business and Economics must complete 3 units of college preparatory mathematics to be considered for admission. If students choose to submit SAT or ACT test scores, see below for test score requirements.

Applicants to the Business and Law and Business Analytics majors must complete 4 units of college preparatory mathematics to be considered for admission including the equivalent of precalculus (B grades or higher). Should a student choose to submit ACT or SAT scores, direct-entry to these programs requires scores of 640+ on the SAT Math or 28 or higher on the ACT Math section. For students applying test-optional, admissions will employ a holistic review process using transcripts, coursework, grade trend, recommendation letters and other application materials not including SAT or ACT test scores.

College of Arts and Sciences

Applicants to the Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science program must have 4 units of college preparatory mathematics (B grades or higher), including the equivalent of precalculus. Applicants must also complete laboratory biology and chemistry (B grades or higher) to be considered for direct entry.

College of Nursing

Applicants to the College of Nursing must complete three years of college preparatory mathematics (with B grades or higher), as well as a full year each of laboratory biology and laboratory chemistry (with B grades or higher) to be viable candidates. If students choose to submit SAT or ACT test scores, see below for test score requirements.

Applicants for Diagnostic Ultrasound must complete laboratory physics and chemistry (B grades or higher). If students choose to submit SAT or ACT test scores, see below for test score requirements.

Please note, for students applying test-optional, admissions will employ a holistic review process using transcripts, coursework, grade trend, recommendation letters and other application materials not including SAT or ACT test scores.

College of Science and Engineering

Applicants to the College of Science and Engineering must complete 4 units of college preparatory mathematics (B grades or higher) for admission to any of its specific majors. (Students who have only completed three units may be considered for pre-science).

Applicants for Engineering majors must complete chemistry (B grade or higher). If students choose to submit SAT or ACT test scores, see below for test score requirements.

Applicants for Biology, Biochemistry, and Chemistry must complete laboratory biology and chemistry (B grades or higher) to be considered for admission. If students choose to submit SAT or ACT test scores, see below for test score requirements.

Please note, for students applying test-optional, admissions will employ a holistic review process using transcripts, coursework, grade trend, recommendation letters and other application materials not including SAT or ACT test scores

Application Procedure:

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