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Applicants to the School of New and Continuing Studies should meet the following admission requirements:
  • Must be a minimum of 22 years of age at the time of admission. 
  • Cannot be currently enrolled in any Seattle University program outside of the School of New and Continuing Studies.
B.A. Degree Completion:
  • Students must have the equivalent of at least 60 hours of quarter college credit.
  • Students must have a minimum cumulative college G.P.A. of 2.00.
Certificates:
  • Students must have passed a college freshman composition course.
  • Students must have passed a college-level mathematics course.


All applicants for admission into the School of New and Continuing Studies must be a minimum of 22 years of age at the time of admission and cannot be currently enrolled in any Seattle University program outside of NCS.





Previous Seattle University undergraduate students who have been away from Seattle University for more than two consecutive quarters and have not earned a Bachelor's degree must complete the readmission application. 

To apply, select a program below:


To apply for Undergraduate New and Continuing Studies Readmission, select a program below:


Baccalaureate of Arts Degree-Completion Programs

The B.A. degree-completion programs in the School of New and Continuing Studies are designed for returning adult students. Below please find the minimum admissions requirements for these programs:
  • 22 years of age or older at the time of admission
  • Have the equivalent of at least 60 hours of quarter college credit
  • Minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 2.00
  • Applicants must be in good social standing at previous institutions
  • Applicants cannot be concurrently enrolled in any Seattle University program outside of the School of New and Continuing Studies

PLEASE NOTE: NCS programs are delivered in hybrid format. Course content is mostly delivered online, but occasional on-campus participation is required for all programs. Please see our website or contact our admissions team (ncs_admissions@seattleu.edu or 206-296-6943) for details.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

All application materials for fall, spring, and summer terms are due two weeks prior to the start of the quarter. Winter term applications are due three weeks prior to the start of the quarter. You can find term start dates here.

You will need to submit the following materials.
  • Completed free B.A. degree-completion application form. 
  • Your personal statement.
  • All official college transcripts:
       Seattle University
       NCS Admissions
       901 12th Ave-LSAX 240
       P.O. Box 222000
       Seattle, WA 98122-1090
  • Students for whom English is a non-native language must demonstrate English proficiency regardless of English language studies, residence in the United States or an English-speaking country, or immigration status. English proficiency may be met with an official TOEFL score of 92 (IBT), or 580 (PBT); the IELTS exam with a minimum score of 7.0; PTE score of 62.
An admissions decision will be made once all required documents have been received. Please check the application tracker to see the status of your application. Should you have questions or need additional information, please contact our admissions team at ncs_admissions@seattleu.edu or (206) 296-6943.



Web Development Certificate

The web development program in the School of New and Continuing Studies is designed for returning adult students. Below please find the minimum admissions requirements for this program:
  • 22 years of age or older at the time of admission
  • Successful completion of college-level English and a college-level math course
  • Passing grade on the Basic Skills Test
  • Applicants cannot be concurrently enrolled in any Seattle University program outside of the School of New and Continuing Studies
Transcripts
Transcripts demonstrating successful completion of college-level math and English must be sent to:

Seattle University
NCS Admissions
901 12th Ave-LSAX 240
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090

Only official transcripts will be accepted. You cannot be accepted into the Web Development Certificate program without transcripts.

PLEASE NOTE: Beginning fall of 2017, the Web Development Certificate courses are available in both hybrid and online formats. Each quarter students choose which format they prefer when they enroll for courses. Hybrid (HYB) format requires on-campus attendance at evening lab sessions six times each quarter. Online (OLN) format requires meetings with an instructor online six times each quarter. All course content for both formats is delivered online, and all student work is turned in and evaluated online. There are benefits and drawbacks to each type of course delivery. Newly admitted students will discuss these options with their academic advisor before they are permitted to register for classes in their first term.

Students who will be using the GI bill benefits should check with their financial aid counselor as selecting the online option for all courses in one quarter may affect benefits. Students who are on academic probation or admitted with probationary status may be required to take courses in the hybrid format.

All application materials for fall, spring, and summer terms are due two weeks prior to the start of the quarter. Winter term applications are due three weeks prior to the start of the quarter. You can find term start dates here.

You will need to submit the following materials:
  • Completed free web development certificate application form
  • Completed Basic Skills Test
  • Official college transcripts proving successful completion of a college-level English and a college-level math course

Non-matriculated NCS Application

 U.S. citizens and permanent residents who do not intend to complete degrees may enroll in the School of New and Continuing Studies (NCS) courses as non-matriculated students provided that they meet the following admissions requirements. Courses in the School of New and Continuing Studies are designed for returning adult students. Below please find the minimum admissions requirements for all NCS non-matriculated applicants: 
  • Must be 22 years of age or older at the time of admission 
  • Applicants cannot be concurrently enrolled in any Seattle University program outside of the School of New and Continuing Studies
  • Before registering for a Web Development course, applicants must successfully pass the Basic Skills test.
PLEASE NOTE: NCS programs are delivered in hybrid format. Course content is mostly delivered online, but occasional on-campus participation is required for all courses. Non-matriculated students will be admitted to courses on a space-available basis after all matriculated students have had the opportunity to register. 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS 
All application materials for fall, spring, and summer terms are due two weeks prior to the start of the quarter. Winter term applications are due three weeks prior to the start of the quarter. You can find term start dates here
  • Complete the free non-matriculation application form
  • Submit your personal statement
  • Students for whom English is a non-native language must demonstrate English proficiency regardless of English language studies, residence in the United States or an English-speaking country, or immigration status. English proficiency may be met with an official TOEFL score of 92 (IBT), or 580 (PBT); the IELTS exam with a minimum score of 7.0; PTE score of 62.
An admissions decision will be made once all required documents have been received. Please check the application tracker to see the status of your application. Should you have questions or need additional information, please contact our admissions team at ncs_admissions@seattleu.edu or (206) 296-6943.


Undergraduate New and Continuing Studies Readmission Application

The B.A. degree-completion programs in the School of New and Continuing Studies are designed for returning adult students. Below please find the minimum admissions requirements for these programs:
  • 22 years of age or older at the time of admission
  • Have the equivalent of at least 60 hours of quarter college credit
  • Minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 2.00
  • Applicants must be in good social standing at previous institutions
  • Applicants cannot be concurrently enrolled in any Seattle University program outside of the School of New and Continuing Studies

PLEASE NOTE: NCS programs are delivered in hybrid format. Course content is mostly delivered online, but occasional on-campus participation is required for all programs. Please see our website or contact our admissions team (ncs_admissions@seattleu.edu or 206-296-6943) for details.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

All application materials for fall, spring, and summer terms are due two weeks prior to the start of the quarter. Winter term applications are due three weeks prior to the start of the quarter. You can find term start dates here.

You will need to submit the following materials.
  • Completed free B.A. degree-completion application form. 
  • Your personal statement.
  • One copy of an official transcript from each post-secondary institution attended since leaving Seattle University. One copy of an official transcript from each post-secondary institution attended since leaving Seattle University.

       Send officials transcript to:
       Seattle University
       NCS Admissions
       901 12th Ave-LSAX 240
       P.O. Box 222000
       Seattle, WA 98122-1090

  • Students for whom English is a non-native language must demonstrate English proficiency regardless of English language studies, residence in the United States or an English-speaking country, or immigration status. English proficiency may be met with an official TOEFL score of 92 (IBT), or 580 (PBT); the IELTS exam with a minimum score of 7.0; PTE score of 62.
An admissions decision will be made once all required documents have been received. Please check the application tracker to see the status of your application. Should you have questions or need additional information, please contact our admissions team at ncs_admissions@seattleu.edu or (206) 296-6943.



New and Continuing Studies Readmission Application Web Development Certificate

The web development program in the School of New and Continuing Studies is designed for returning adult students. Below please find the minimum admissions requirements for this program:
  • 22 years of age or older at the time of admission
  • Successful completion of college-level English and a college-level math course
  • Passing grade on the Basic Skills Test
  • Applicants cannot be concurrently enrolled in any Seattle University program outside of the School of New and Continuing Studies
Transcripts
One copy of an official transcript from each post-secondary institution attended since leaving Seattle University must be sent to:

Seattle University
NCS Admissions
901 12th Ave-LSAX 240
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090

Only official transcripts will be accepted. You cannot be accepted into the Web Development Certificate program without transcripts.



PLEASE NOTE: Beginning fall of 2017, the Web Development Certificate courses are available in both hybrid and online formats. Each quarter students choose which format they prefer when they enroll for courses. Hybrid (HYB) format requires on-campus attendance at evening lab sessions six times each quarter. Online (OLN) format requires meetings with an instructor online six times each quarter. All course content for both formats is delivered online, and all student work is turned in and evaluated online. There are benefits and drawbacks to each type of course delivery. Newly admitted students will discuss these options with their academic advisor before they are permitted to register for classes in their first term.

Students who will be using the GI bill benefits should check with their financial aid counselor as selecting the online option for all courses in one quarter may affect benefits. Students who are on academic probation or admitted with probationary status may be required to take courses in the hybrid format.

All application materials for fall, spring, and summer terms are due two weeks prior to the start of the quarter. Winter term applications are due three weeks prior to the start of the quarter. You can find term start dates here.

You will need to submit the following materials:
  • Completed free web development certificate application form
  • Completed Basic Skills Test
  • Official college transcripts proving successful completion of a college-level English and a college-level math course

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