Find Your Track: Transfers and Non-Trads

    You are considered a transfer student if you

    • Completed college coursework after graduating from high school

    or

    • Earned a direct-transfer associate’s degree in Washington, Oregon, or California regardless of the date of your high school graduation.

    You are considered a non-traditional student (Non-Trad) if you are 25 years old or older.

    Orientation Process for new Transfer and Non-Traditional Students:

    1. Sign up for a New Student Advising event.

    2. Sign up for Welcome Week or Transfer Express. (Note: There is one sign-up form for both New Student Advising and Welcome Week/Transfer Express.)

    3. Complete the Online tutorial “Earning Your Undergraduate Degree” along with all its assignments prior to your New Student Advising event or appointment. Log in to Blackboard to access the tutorial. If you have questions, call 206-281-2575 or email nsa@spu.edu.

    4. Attend your New Student Advising event.

    5. Attend Welcome Week or Transfer Express.





    New Student Advising

    NSA takes place in the summer. At NSA, you will be advised and registered for your first quarter's classes. Check here for NSA dates.

    Contact: 206-281-2575 or nsa@spu.edu

    Non-Autumn Admits

    Welcome Week

    The second Orientation event, Welcome Week, is coming soon: September 26-29, 2013! Find details and schedules here.

    Contact: 206-281-2689 or welcomeweek@spu.edu


    Register for Orientation