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Scholarships

Promoting Your Educational Success

One of the biggest challenges of earning a degree is figuring out how to finance it. At City University of Seattle, we’re dedicated to promoting your success in education and in your career by offering a variety of scholarships based on merit and need. It’s our goal to help you find the resources you need to pay for tuition and reach your goals. 

Scholarship opportunities within the University

City University in Canada is committed to providing accessible and inclusive education for all with the desire to learn.  

CityU in Canada currently offers two types of scholarships for students studying in Canada, based on financial need or academic achievement.  Applications are required for each application period to be considered. These awards range from $500 up to $2500 per quarter for eligible recipients and are directly posted on the student’s account, thus reducing tuition by the amount awarded. Students must be enrolled to receive the award and meet other eligibility criteria.

We are also pleased to offer a Scholarship for all Canadian First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students enrolled in any City University in Canada degree-granting program. 

Explore our scholarship offerings below! You will be routed to the City University of Seattle website where CityU Scholarships are administered.

Need-and Merit-Based Scholarships

CityU Need Based Scholarship

Open to new students entering CityU and continuing students.

Eligible applicants for this scholarship include U.S. domestic, international, and Canadian students. This scholarship must be used for tuition only and will be awarded on a financial need basis.SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
Average award $500, up to $2,500 per quarter
NUMBER OF AWARDS
Varies per quarter and academic year

CityU Merit-Based Scholarship
Eligible applicants for this scholarship include U.S. domestic, international, and Canadian students with at least 40 undergraduate or 12 graduate credits and a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 for undergraduate or 3.75 for graduate.SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
Average award $500, up to $2,000 per quarter
NUMBER OF AWARDS
Varies per quarter and academic year

Indigenous Scholarships

CityU Indigenous Scholarships
Eligible applicants for this scholarship include for all Canadian First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students enrolled in any City University in Canada degree-granting program.
Students are required to maintain a minimum of a 2.0 quarter GPA and maintain active status with the university to continue receiving the scholarship.
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
The City University in Canada Indigenous Student Scholarship is 25% of the quarterly tuition each quarter for the duration of studies at CityU. Scholarship funds are applied toward CityU tuition only, may not be applied to fees, and is not refundable.
NUMBER OF AWARDS
 
All qualifying applicants

Please contact FinancialAid@cityu.edu If you have any questions

External or private Scholarships

These scholarships require a separate external application. An external scholarship is a source of funding (award, grant) comes from external agencies and organizations outside of CityU and not related to CityU. Students may be eligible for an external award from establishments wanting to assist students studying in a particular field or at a specific academic level.

The Satir Research Scholarship 2021-2023

Three separate $1000 Scholarships to be given upon completion of a research paper into Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy. The Award is for $1000 for 3 students and will be administered upon completion and passing of the master’s degree. 

Criteria

  1. Masters’ students from City University (and other institutions)
  2. Achieve a GPA of 3.0 or higher
  3. Do a research paper based on the Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy Model.
  4. Complete the research paper is between September 1st 2021 and December 31st 2023.

Please contact the Satir Institute of the Pacific at admin@satirpacific.org if you have questions.

Please contact FinancialAid@cityu.edu If you have any questions.

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