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Seattle University and the College of Education offer an assortment of financial aid opportunities, including scholarships, grants, graduate assistantships and loans to help students meet their college expenses. We encourage students to pursue these options as well as external funding sources.
A variety of scholarships are awarded to students entering any degree program at the College of Education.
Various degree programs at the College of Education offer specific scholarships restricted to new or continuing students enrolled in those programs, including:
Throughout the year, faculty may offer a variety of Graduate Assistantship positions. Positions are emailed to current students.
Student Development Administration
The Student Development Administration Program offers its students the opportunity to apply for Graduate Assistantships that offer degree-relevant work experience at Seattle University and other Seattle area locations for higher learning.
Explore our loans and loan repayment program information for College of Education degree programs.
Federal Student Aid/ FAFSA
All students applying for scholarships and financial aid at Seattle University must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) even if you do not intend to apply for, or qualify for, federal financial aid (loans). Students are able to complete the FAFSA online at https://fafsa.ed.gov. Seattle University's federal school code is 003790.
For more information about filing a FAFSA, please go to Seattle University's website at: http://www.seattleu.edu/financial-aid/receiving/fafsa/
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