Seattle University is a four-year, private university in Seattle, Washington. Seattle U offers 65 undergraduate degree programs with additional minors and specializations as well as graduate degree options. Additionally, SU’s School of New and Continuing Studies (NCS) offers flexible, affordable, and respected educational opportunities for adult students.
Seattle University offers the following veteran and military support programs:
Seattle University is not a MyCAA approved school.
In terms of the Yellow Ribbon Program, currently, Seattle University contributes $14,000 and is equally matched by the VA to allow Undergraduate students to receive a total of $28,000 in additional aid. For Graduate students, Seattle University contributes $5,000 and is equally matched by the VA to allow students to receive $10,000 in additional aid. Seattle University currently has 140 undergraduate and graduate veterans enrolled on the SU campus and 30 veterans enrolled in the law school.
Seattle University's Commuter & Transfer Student Life (CTSL) extends a warm welcome to all who have served or are currently serving our country. We also welcome the spouses and dependants of service members. Seattle University recognizes military members and dependants have special needs and concerns.
Our department seeks to ease the transition from military to civilian life, and will guide you as you embark on or continue your college experience with us.There are 140 undergraduate and graduate veterans on the SU campus and 30 veterans in the law school.
The total SU veterans population is 78% male and 22% female.The average age of an SU veteran is 35.98% of the SU veterans live off-campus; 2% live on campus.
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