Accepting Your Offer of Admission

After you have applied to Seattle Pacific, you will receive a letter of your acceptance or denial of admission to the University.

To accept an offer of admission for Autumn Quarter, follow the steps below. If you have been admitted for Winter or Spring quarter or a Summer Session, you’ll find the information you need on the Off-Quarter Students website.

  • Make your $200 advance payment as your acknowledgment of intention to enroll.
    • Submit this payment online through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
    • Payment received on or before the communicated deadlines guarantees you a place in the entering class and allows you to register for classes.
    • This payment is credited to your account and applied toward your initial tuition payment.
    • Submit your advance payment on or before May 1, the National Candidates Reply Date.
    • Refunds are granted upon written request, but written requests must be received before May 1.
    • Refunds are not granted if the request is received after May 1.
  • Sign up for New Student Advising, and complete the tutorials once they are available in April.
  • Register for campus housing.
    • Beginning in April, admitted undergraduates are mailed detailed housing materials, including information on the housing application process and $300 room deposit.
    • Students admitted after April 1 will be sent a housing packet within two weeks of their admission date.
  • Fill out and submit the medical health history and immunization form you will receive, along with instructions, after your advance payment is received.
    • This medical history is required of students who (1) are entering SPU for the first time, (2) are returning after an absence of more than one calendar year, or (3) have previously attended Summer Session(s) but are entering regular University classes for the first time.
    • A registration hold is placed on a student's account until this is completed and received by Health Services.
    • Medical insurance information is available in Student Financial Services and Health Services

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We will distribute more than $100 million in financial aid in 2017–18!

Always make sure to file your FAFSA by the priority deadline to ensure you are receiving the most help possible. 

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Early Action for 2017–18

As an Early Action candidate, you must submit your completed application by November 15, 2017, to receive priority on financial aid.