How to Apply
- Complete the online admissions application.
- A Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution is required. Submit official transcripts from Bachelor’s degree-granting regionally accredited college/university. Transcript evaluations are required for all coursework completed outside of the U.S. or Canada (except Quebec). See Transcript Evaluation section on International Students webpage for details
- Résumé/Curriculum Vitae (CV). Documentation of relevant professional and volunteer experience, professional affiliations, publications, and licensure.
- International Students have additional admission requirements. See the International Students page for details.
- One recommendation is required. Use the online application form to enter the name and email address of your recommender. Recommendations from friends or relatives are not acceptable.
- An interview is required. Applicants will be invited to interview once they have completed 40 hours of practical experience and provide registration receipts or unofficial passing scores for the WEST-B, NES 102, NES 103, or alternative exams.
- Accepted applicants must also provide a fingerprint background check before they begin classes.
- Practical Experience: Applicants must provide documentation of a minimum of 40 hours of work experience in schools or teaching environment. Please indicate your experience on your résumé/Curriculum Vitae (CV).
Note: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, this requirement has been waived for fall 2020 applicants.
Official Test Scores for WEST-B (or an approved alternative) and passing scores for the NES Elementary Education exam are required for review of your file by the Admissions Committee. As such, all WEST-B subtests should be taken by the first week of August, and NES 102 and NES 103 should be taken or passed by July to ensure official scores are received at Antioch by the fall deadline. Note: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, testing centers are currently closed. If testing centers do not open this summer, we will adjust the August deadline.
Cost and exam schedules for the above-required state exams can be found on the Washington Skill Educator website. Some students may be eligible to receive assistance in covering their NES registration fees. Find information for eligibility requirements and the waiver request form on the state website.
- Take WEST-B exam (Reading, Writing, Mathematics: test codes 095/096/097), or submit an approved WEST-B Alternative Basic Skills exam official score report. Learn more about the WEST-B exam. If you submitting an alternate exam score, the SAT College Code for Antioch University Seattle is 3070. Read information about requesting an older SAT score. The ACT College Code for Antioch University Seattle is 3070.
- Pass NES exam: Elementary Education exam (test code 102 and 103). Learn more about the NES exam.
Accepted applicants must also provide a fingerprint background check before they begin classes.
All admission application supporting materials, transcripts, recommendations, essays, etcetera, should be emailed to [email protected]du or mailed to:
Antioch University Seattle
2400 3rd Avenue, Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98121
|Fall 2021||September 1, 2021||October 4, 2021|
|*Complete applications received after the Deadline date may be considered if space is still available in that quarter. Passing Assessment scores must be received by August 14.|
|Item||Cost or Credits|
|Cost per Credit||$673|
|Full-Time Credits per Quarter||12|
|Full-Time Tuition and fees per Quarter*||$8,221*|
|Total Program Credits||56|
|*Quarterly Student Service and Technology fees included in the calculation. See below for more information on each fee.
**This information is provided as an estimate of total tuition for each program based on the total number of required credits to complete the degree, and does not include the required Student Services and Technology fees described below.
Please note: Additional fees for all AUS programs may include (but are not necessarily limited to) charges for materials, late registration, enrollment maintenance, parking, graduation, transcripts, tuition payment plan, late payments, late registration, and returned checks.
A majority of AUS students finance their education through some form of financial aid. You may not be sure which federal, state, public and private aid packages – such as loans, scholarships, and grants—are right for you. Our staff is here to help you, so you can focus on what’s most important: beginning your academic program at AUS.