Find the Information You Need

Find information below on admissions, cost and financial aid, and resources for prospective and current NCS students.


The School of New and Continuing Studies (NCS) has its own Custom Application Form, which is free to fill out.

You can find more information about the school’s admission requirements and policies here.

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Emily McCracken - Admissions Systems Analyst

Cost & Financial Aid

Some NCS courses have additional associated fees. Those fees are listed in the course section details on SUOnline when conducting a search for classes. You can find more information here.

Estimated Costs Per Course

You can find the estimated cost per course at NCS here.

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Financial Aid

All NCS programs are fully qualified for Federal Student Aid and Veterans Benefits. You can find more information here.

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Veterans Benefits

NCS welcomes all active duty military and veterans. You can find more information here.

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Student Resources

Time Schedule

See a schedule of all NCS classes here.

Advising Center

Learn about our advising model, meet with an advisor, or schedule an advisor appointment here.

Support Services

Seattle University and NCS offer a wide variety of student support services. Learn more here.

Student Handbook

The Student Handbook is a guide to the academic policies, procedures and services of NCS. It is provided as a resource to answer questions that relate to the many regulations that govern the academic life of students. Download the handbook here.

Transfer Student Information

Students can find specific transfer information here.


Find policies specific to NCS here.


Find forms specific to NCS here.