Tuition and Financial
There are few, if
any, investments in life as important as a college education. Whether
you are a student who requires very little financial assistance, or
a great deal, Seattle Pacific is ready to help you find the best option
to meet your needs.
you plan to apply for federal or state loans, you must also submit a Free
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
You don't have to have a low income to qualify. This free form can be
obtained by calling SPU, or by applying via the Internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Seattle Pacific's school code for
FAFSA is 003788.
Financial aid is only awarded once you're accepted and enrolled inthe
degree program. It is important to apply for financial aid at least
30 days before you begin your program to ensure availability of funds.
You may also apply for independent scholarships through Fastweb at www.studentservices.com/fastweb.
all your application materials are received, your file will be reviewed.
In most cases, a decision regarding admission is made within one week.
If admission is granted, you will be notified by phone and mail. If
admission is denied, Seattle Pacific will work with you
to determine the best option to completing your degree.
you've been admitted to SPU, you will receive a confirmation packet
in the mail which will include information about your program schedule,
payment information and registration.
You may pay for the quarter in full on or before the first day of classes.
No application is required for this option.
Companies will often pay for employee education and training. Check
with your human resources office to see if your organization will subsidize
all or part of your degree program.
If your company or organization provides a purchase order for each
course, or for the program in full, SPU will gladly bill the company
for the program costs at the end of each quarter.
Each quarter's costs are divided into three equal payments, due at the
beginning of each month.