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Questions about applying? Contact an Admissions Counselor by phone (206.876.6155) or email (admissions@theseattleschool.edu)

Notes
Application Form 2020-2021 

2020-06-30 GL Cloned from Application Form 2019-2020 
2020-09-23 GL Moved birthdate to the Name block

When testing using Selenium is complete, do the following:
  • Make the Photo required
  • Add the contextual help back to Birthdate (MM/DD/YYYY) and change back to date
  • Add Format back to College Attendance Date (##/#### - ##/####)
  • Add the Custom Format back to Preferred Phone Number ((###) ###-####)
Updates - Need to update the following annually
1. Edit Upcoming Group Interview Dates in the Interview and Preview block
2. Edit Upcoming Preview Dates in the Interview and Preview block
3. Edit Academic Terms in the Community Audit block
4. Edit the RLP Tuition Tiers in the RLP Scholarship block
Parameters - Should not require updates unless different records are created
SalesForce Prefill - Do not change


Calculations - Do not change

Please note that there is a significant amount of javascript associated with this form. It should not require any changes unless the promo codes change (and they should probably be moved out here). See Properties => Custom Code from the menu at the top of the page. Please note that the only way to find the section ID to hide and display the payment section is to read the page source.
Testing
Test Plans:

1. Create an application with each of the different interview dates and make sure the person is assigned to the correct campaign in SalesForce
2. Create an application with each of the different preview dates and make sure the person is assign to the correct campaign in SalesForce
3. Check the application for completeness
4. Check that all the application documents are present and accounted for
5. Check that all of the promo codes work.
6. Check that the correct charge is made in auth,net (and then have Accounting cancel it)





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We seek to set a table for discourse in the intersections of theology, psychology, culture, and spirituality. That means we embrace in our life and work a commitment to racial, ethnic, and gender diversity and an inclusive welcome to communions represented in the global church. Our admissions philosophy is to receive applications without discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual identity, sexual orientation, military status, or denomination.

Although responses are helpful to us, the following few questions are optional at the time of application. For certain programs, some of these questions may be required at the time of enrollment.  Please be assured that your responses will not influence your likelihood of admission.



Select all that apply






National and regional accreditors require us to maintain record of previous attendance at any post-secondary institutions where you have pursued credit-bearing coursework. Please list these institutions and provide details related to your educational background in the fields below. It is your responsibility to contact your post-secondary institution(s) to request official transcripts, which are required for full acceptance into our degree programs.








The Seattle School accepts transfer credits from other graduate-level programs. Students may transfer a maximum of 15 semester credit hours toward their degree program at The Seattle School. Please refer to our Transfer Credit Policy for more information.









MM/DD/YYYY
Community Engagement
As we consider your application we’d love to get a sense of your community engagement. These organizational affiliations may be professional, clinical, creative, independent (i.e. your business/private practice; blog or podcast you curate), or cultural (i.e. social advocacy group).




1st Recommendation

Please provide us with reference names and email addresses. We will send them a link to a recommendation form that they can complete online.


As you select your references, consider women and men who can speak to your character, maturity, emotional intelligence, self-awareness, intellectual curiosity, and spiritual depth. Consider asking a pastor, mentor, professor, therapist, supervisor/employer, or colleague. Please refrain from submitting references from family members, friends, or acquaintances.


Recommendation 1






Recommendation 2






At The Seattle School we place a high value on gaining a holistic experience of our applicants. Because we are intentional about creating an opportunity for each applicant to be seen and known our group interview process is a part of the application process. 


The interview process is designed to give applicants a robust, in-person experience of our experiential and relational learning community and curriculum. Interviews include a small group component where applicants are divided into groups of 5-7 to engage in discourse facilitated by a member of our instructional staff.


Your application and supporting documents must be complete to participate in a group interview. Interviews are required for all applicants. Please register for an interview date below.


Approval for an individual or distance interview on an alternate date in extenuating circumstances. If this applies to you, please provide us context in the fields below.



Interview dates marked with an asterisk denote an interview scheduled the Monday following a Preview event. Our Preview events are a great way to gain a robust experience and understanding of The Seattle School. There is no cost to attend and you’re welcome to bring family or friends. We’d love to have you. Learn more at theseattleschool.edu/admissions/.

Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions so that we can accommodate your needs.





The intent behind this question is to gather information about significant psychiatric or psychological treatment (e.g. recent experience or memory of intense trauma, onset of PTSD, hospitalization, suicide attempts, or in-patient rehab). We encourage and honor personal therapeutic work and do not discriminate against individuals who have sought help. If your answer to this question is “yes”, then we’d like to gain a greater understanding of where you are in your own process in order to decide together whether or not this program would be safe and honoring for you at this time.



A limited number of scholarships are available for those experiencing financial hardship or for applicants from under-represented racial or ethnic communities.




Please type your full name, understanding that it is legally equivalent to your signature.



Name on Card:






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