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Frequently Asked Questions

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Your completion timeline will depend on how many credits you’ve already earned, how many classes you take per quarter, and how many transfer credits you receive. After you are confirmed, you and your advisor will set-up an academic plan mapping out your course to completion. Please contact our admissions team at if you have additional questions.

Applicants to the B.A. degree completion programs must meet the following admissions requirements:

  • Must be a minimum of 22 years of age at the time of admission
  • Cannot be concurrently enrolled in any Seattle University program outside of the School of New and Continuing Studies
  • Must have earned the equivalent of at least 60 hours of quarter college credit (or 40 hours of semester credit)
  • Must have a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 2.00

YES, you can receive Federal Financial Aid to help pay for this degree. To get started on the process, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid and list Seattle University as the school you will be attending.

If you have any additional questions about Federal Student Aid, read the Federal Student Aid for Adult Students brochure, available directly from the Federal Student Aid Office or call Seattle University's Student Financial Services office at 206-220-8020.

We do not assume any prior technical experience. Students with some digital skills and those with digital skills gaps will find this program useful and informative. Our faculty have worked with a wide range of skill levels, and all of our courses have been designed to challenge both students who want to improve their digital skills and those who come to the program with some digital skills already.

Course content is delivered mostly online, but all courses require two face-to-face evening meetings per month, so you do need to be able to attend evenings classes a couple of times a month.

In the personal essay, you should demonstrate why you are now ready to complete your bachelor’s degree and why this program is a good fit for your educational, professional, and/or personal goals. The essay should be 400-600 words and should be an example of your best college-level writing.

For fall, spring, and summer terms, applications are due two weeks before the start of the term. Due to the winter holiday, applications for winter term are due three weeks before the start of the term. You can find term start dates here.

Please send transcripts to the following address:

Seattle University
Digital Technology and Cultures Program
901 12th Ave - LSAX 240
Seattle, WA 98122

Yes, veterans may use VA benefits (GI BIll) to help pay the cost of this degree program. For more information contact our admissions counselor at 206-296-5530.

Yes, we offer information sessions every month. Please RSVP here or call our Admissions Counselor at 206-296-5530 for more information.

Please get in touch. We are happy to schedule phone calls, online chats, and in-person meetings to discuss whatever concerns or questions you have about enrolling.


Attend Our Open House!

You are invited to attend an Open House showcasing Seattle University’s School of New and Continuing Studies, offering hybrid degree completion programs and professional certificates.

Date & Time:
Wednesday, August 3rd
SU Admissions Building
901 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122


Attend Our Open House!