Non-Matriculated International Students

In order to enroll in courses at Seattle Pacific University, non-matriculated international students (those who have not formally been admitted to the University) are expected to submit an acceptable official English proficiency test score to the Registration Office in Student Academic Services, and must pay for their courses at the point of registration. In addition, non-matriculated students are required to submit required government documentation to International Student Services no later than the first day of the quarter in which they are enrolled.

Undergraduate international students may take no more than 45 quarter credits toward a degree without being formally admitted to Seattle Pacific University, and post-baccalaureate students are limited to 15 such credits.

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Undergraduate Admissions

Do you have questions about admission to SPU — or want to visit campus? Contact Undergraduate Admissions at 800-366-3344 or admissions@spu.edu.