Seattle Film Institute Acceptance rate and Admissions statistics
|Enrolled total (including graduate students)||113||72||41|
5 students enrolled in some distance education courses.
5 enrolled exclusively in distance education.
Enrollment by race or ethnicity
It’s free to apply for both undergraduates and graduates.
Seattle Film Institute has an open admission policy (non-competitive). The only requirement is a certificate of attendance or a highschool diploma or a General Educational Development certificate.
Seattle Film Institute Tuition
|Total cost for students living||In-state||Out-of-state|
|The total cost includes tuition and fees, books, supplies and other expenses per full academic year.|
Seattle Film Institute does not provide on-campus housing.
|Tuition for Full-time undergraduates||$30,240||$30,240|
|Fees for full-time undergraduates||$0||$0|
|Per credit hour charge for part-time undergraduates||$420||$420|
|Tuition for Full-time graduates||$33,000||$33,000|
|Fees for full-time graduates||$0||$0|
|Per credit hour charge for part-time graduates||$600||$600|
Programs and Degrees
|Visual and Performing Arts||12||7||17||36|
A total of 19 2-year associate's and 4-year bachelor's degrees conferred across undergraduate programs at Seattle Film Institute.
At the master's level 17 degrees were conferred in the graduate programs.
|Religious affiliation||Not applicable|
|Mission Statement||MISSION AND SUPPORTING OBJECTIVES The Mission of the Seattle Film Institute is to serve students, employers, and the community through education for filmmaking careers by providing students with the knowledge, skills, tools, and hands-on experience that are needed: • To pursue a professional career • To follow their own creative path • To furnish a foundation in filmmaking for individual and collaborative work in the visual realm and the world of media. The Supporting Objectives of the Seattle Film Institute: To Serve the Student: • By providing education focused on both technical and conceptual skills. • By providing faculty with field-specific and professional experience. • By providing a career-oriented curriculum that develops a culture of collaboration. • By providing assistance with the transition to employment in their chosen career fields. To Serve the Employer: • By providing graduates who have the skills necessary to establish careers and perform the tasks required in the workplace and understand the professional and career responsibilities of their chosen field. To Serve the Community: • By providing access to educational choices in areas that are underserved or unavailable in the community. • By providing the community access to the educational resources of Seattle Film Institute through continuing education classes and workshops and access to the facility and its resources|
|Total FTE staff||17|
|Sector of institution||Private for-profit, 4-year or above|
|Control of institution||Private for-profit|
|Carnegie Classification||Not applicable, not in Carnegie universe (not accredited or nondegree-granting)|
Location and Contacts
|Address||3210 16th Avenue W|
Seattle, Washington, 98119-1707
|Urbanization level||City: Large|