• Welcome Back to Dear Old SPU

    Alumni, parents, students, and friends – get ready for a weekend of amazing student talent, a beloved story set to music, and exciting Falcon athletics.

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Graduate School

Graduate Programs for Educators

Learn about the School of Education’s advanced programs for educators that focus on developing competence, character, leadership, and service.

November 2017
Michelle Beauclair

Pourquoi j'enseigne à SPU

In this short video (en français), Associate Professor of French Michelle Beauclair explains why she teaches at Seattle Pacific.

Nathan Samayo

Meet Nathan Samayo

Read how this transfer student and apparel design and merchandising major found his community at SPU.

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How to Improve K-12 Education

Professors in the School of Education talk about some of the biggest challenges facing schools and teachers today.

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    File your FAFSA now

    To receive your best possible financial aid offer, submit your FAFSA for the 2018–19 academic year as soon as possible.

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    Professional and continuing education

    Check out the seven new business certificates for working professionals. Gain new skills in just two quarters.

  • SPU Fridays and Falcon Nights

    One day or overnight: Visit classes, meet students and faculty, eat in Gwinn, ask questions, and more.

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    Majors and minors

    Choose from 66 majors and 52 minors. Find the program that helps you reach your goals and make a difference in the world.

News

  • College to Career

    Whatever your dream career might be, SPU professors, mentors, and faculty advisors will help you develop a personalized plan for how to get there. See all the resources available.

  • Falcon Basketball at Home

    The men's and women's basketball teams play home games this week, including a doubleheader on Thursday night.

  • Staff Member Receives Justice Award

    Susan Okamoto Lane, dean of multi-ethnic and wellness programs at Seattle Pacific University, received the “Vision from the Mountaintop Award” during the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Prayer Breakfast in Seattle on January 15. 

  • Come Visit Campus

    Get a closer look at some of the most popular academic and co-curricular programs during information sessions led by faculty and staff during these upcoming visit days.

  • Meet One of Our Neighbors

    The student newspaper The Falcon interviewed Jaysen Carr, a two-year resident of Tent City 3 — a self-managed homeless community temporarily located on campus.

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry

    Coursework in these programs are balanced between theoretical material and a variety of laboratory experiences.

  • Introducing SPU Voices

    This new digital publication features stories written about and by Seattle Pacific students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

  • Family and Consumer Sciences

    This department offers the only comprehensive Christian program in the Pacific Northwest with partnerships with the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.

  • Latest Issue of Response Magazine

    “Exploring Outside” is the theme of the current Seattle Pacific magazine. Read stories on how faculty, staff, students, and alumni connect to creation and wilderness through trips to Camp Casey, research at Blakely Island Field Station, and hikes on Washington state's many mountains.

  • Studying Art and Design

    Learn about the Art Department’s six majors and four minors.

  • Falcons Named to Academic All-America Team

    Men's soccer players Jess Cayetano and Ryan Higgins were selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America to the Academic All-America team. They are the only two players from the Great Northwest Athletic Conference to receive the award. 

  • Falcon Named to All-West Region Honoree

    Senior defender Chaz Jenkins was honored as a member of the men's soccer All-West Region team compiled by the United Soccer Coaches. Jenkins was selected to the 12-man second team, making him one of the region’s top NCAA Division II players.

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