A non-refundable deposit of $25 is due at the time you register and the remaining balance may be paid in auto bill payments on the 1st of the month. If you are applying for Financial Aid or the Merit Based Scholarship, please complete the application prior to registering (the advisor portion of Financial Aid and the Merit Based Scholarship need to be completed before the application can be submitted). We will provide you with your allocation to enable you to register.
There are very few items your tuition does not cover. Students choose to bring money along for small purchases in the campus vending machines. Please note that for safety reasons, students are not allowed to order food from outside vendors.
1. Try contacting a local business person for help. Washington Business Week can provide materials to help with this process.
2. Check with your schools to see if they can help.
3. You can fill out "Request for Financial Assistance" portion of the registration form and we will contact you about the possibility of an additional sponsorship.
4. You may also call the Washington Business Week at 253.237.3545 or e-mail email@example.com for questions or concerns about the cost.
Full cost of residential tuition is $1,620 and non-residential tuition is $1,150, but thanks to our generous sponsors, every student is granted a scholarship to reduce tuition. We also offer merit-based and need-based tuition assistance to reduce the cost even further for students who qualify. Register by March 31st, 2019 and get the early bird price of $825 for residential programs (after March the price rises to $895) and $375 for non-residential programs (after March the price rises to $425)! Prices will continue to increase 2 weeks until the program. Please keep in mind that we often have a wait list as the programs get closer.
If your program is a residential program, Check in will start around 10:00am the Sunday of your program and will continue until around 12:00pm. Checkout will be Friday following the awards ceremony and reception, concluding around 7:00pm.
For our non-residential programs, students arrive on Monday morning around 9:00am and leave at 6:00pm. For the rest of the week, students arrive at 8:00am and leave by 6:00pm.
Please contact Washington Business Week at 253.237.3545, so that we may plan for your late arrival. Please note that students must attend the entire program. Any student that leaves the program before Friday's awards ceremony will be charged a $200 fee. In case of an emergency, please call WBW staff at 253.302.9268 or 253.302.9311.
Yes. But you will be required to leave your keys with the office and will not be able to leave campus for the week. Washington Business Week is not responsible for paying the fee associated with parking your car on campus.
Students are in meetings, workshops, and other events throughout the day. During free time, there are activities scheduled. There are Business Week staff, dorm advisors, volunteers, and Campus Security staff on campus at all times. Students are not allowed to wander off campus.
Yes! Males and females are housed on separate floors of the same dorm at Seattle University. Bed checks are done by the floor supervisors each night and Campus Security patrols the grounds outside the dorms.
You will receive a campus map with the boundaries at check-in. You are asked to stay on campus from the moment you check-in to the moment you check out. If you have any pressing matters that require you to leave campus, you must contact Washington Business Week’s Offices.
Besides your enthusiasm and open-mind, you will need to bring the basic essentials for the week. Three weeks prior to your week of attendance, the Washington Business Week office will send you an information packet with details specific to your program.
NO. Washington Business Week is a very rigorous program. We keep you busy from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m (residential) or 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (non-residential). You will have free time during the day, but visitors are not allowed on campus. This is included in our code of conduct and is a violation and grounds for being sent home from the Washington Business Week program.
NO. There are boundaries within the campus that you must abide by. In case of emergency, Washington Business Week staff will follow up with a parent or guardian if a situation calls for a student to leave campus.
Though it is not required, it is recommended. There is an Awards Ceremony on Friday Night and a dance (residential program only) throughout the week. Students often wear business attire on the Friday of the program during presentations and the Awards Ceremony.
Yes, there is a dance during the week for students participating in the residential program at Seattle University. You will be expected to follow the guidelines set out in the code of conduct. These are for program participants ONLY. There are no outside visitors allowed on campus during the week.
Yes, for our students attending Seattle University! Everyone is expected to attend, but you are, of course, not required to perform. The talent show is in the evening during our Seattle University program only.
Students are placed into groups of 8-12 and are called “Companies”. These companies will have a Company Advisor that will lead the company meetings and provide support and mentorship. Please note that students are split into companies where they will not know any of the individuals in their group. This is to simulate what it is like to work for a new employer.
The 2 college credits are earned by fully participating in any of our weeklong programs. No additional tests or essays are required. These credits are elective credits and are included in your tuition! Information will be provided after acceptance into the program.