Costs

2013-14 Undergraduate Tuition, Fees and Charges

  • Tuition

      Per Credit Quarterly Annual (Fall-Spring)
      Full-Time (12 to 20 credits)   $11,955 $35,865
    Summer 2013, Institutional Aid Recipients $797    
    Summer 2013, Non-Institutional Aid Recipients $598    
    Part-time (1 to 11 credits) Academic Year $797    
    Auditors $235    

    Fees

    Application: Undergraduate $55
    Application: Post-baccalaureate and Non-matriculated $55
    Credit by Examination (per credit hour) $95
    Diploma Replacement $25
    Submissions after Education Abroad Office deadline $125
    Submissions After Start of the Education Abroad Program $250
    Enrollment Confirmation Deposit (non-refundable) $200 *
    Family Member Summer Orientation Fee $65
    Identification Card Replacement $15
    Late Registration Fee (per course for any registration after the add/drop period) $50
    Mandatory Undergraduate Health Insurance $1,397.70**
    Mandatory International Student Health Insurance $1,182
    Matriculation (one-time only, non-refundable) $150
    New Student Orientation Fee $200
    Official Transcript (up to 10 per term) FREE
    Rush on Transcript $25
    Transcripts E-delivery $5
    Transcripts beyond 10 per term (per transcript) $5
    Recreation Fee, Undergrad Student Enrollment of 12 Credits or More (per quarter) $100
    Recreation Fee, Undergrad Student Enrollment of Less than 12 Credits (per quarter) $65
    Residence Hall Deposit $300 ***
    Technology Fee, Undergrad Student Enrollment of 12 Credits or More (per quarter) $100
    Technology Fee, Undergrad Student Enrollment of Less than 12 Credits (per quarter) $65
    Validation of Field Experience (per credit hour) $90

    * The Enrollment Confirmation Deposit is a confirmation of intended enrollment and is non-refundable. It will be applied to the tuition charges for your first quarter of attendance.

    ** This fee is billed to undergraduate students during their first full-time quarter of attendance each academic year. It may be waived, if the student has comparable coverage in Washington State, by going to SU Online and, under "Student Life," clicking on "Student Insurance Confirmation" and following the directions there.

    *** The Residence Hall Deposit is a confirmation of intention to live in the Seattle University Residence Halls. It will be applied to the housing charges for your first quarter of attendance.

    Program-Specific Fees

    Nursing BSN (per quarter)
    Applies beginning the spring quarter of the sophomore year
    $463

    Course-Specific Fees

    Some courses have additional associated fees. These are listed in the course section details on SUOnline when conducting a search for classes.