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Urban studies major and SPU Athlete of the Year Darian Burns describes her philosophy. “You work for it. You persevere through the fear, fatigue, and discomfort.”
A professor and an alumna discuss the ways nature intersects with faith and Christian practices.
Learn how students are stepping out in faith after participating in “Immerse,” a new School of Theology program for students in grades 9-11.
Check out the seven new business certificates for working professionals. Gain new skills in just two quarters.
Tour campus, visit classes, talk to students and professors. Arrange an official visit and get a Visit Scholarship!
To receive your best possible financial aid offer, submit your FAFSA for the 2018–19 academic year as soon as possible.
Choose from 69 majors and 55 minors. Find the program that helps you reach your goals and make a difference in the world.
Scout Cai, named the NCAA Division II West Region Field Athlete of the Year, placed an All-American fifth in the women's pentathlon at the indoor track and field championships.
Seattle Pacific recently signed memorandums of understanding with several Asian universities and education organizations to explore academic partnerships.
“Immerse” is a program for students currently in grades 9-11 who are ready to invest in their faith and discover their identity as one of knowledge and action.
If you’ve completed college coursework after high school, plan to attend this afternoon event on Monday, March 26.
This extraordinary man of faith who engaged the culture with the gospel of Jesus Christ and truly changed the world received an honorary doctorate from Seattle Pacific in 1954.
Alumnus David Boxley ’74, a nationally recognized totem pole carver and a culture-bearer of the Tsimshian indigenous people of southern Alaska, received the Medallion Award from Seattle Pacific. Learn more about David and his work in this short video.
Our former neighbors, Tent City 3, are featured in today's New York Times. The story profiles several TC3 residents during their recent stay on our campus, and looks at the problem of homelessness in the Seattle area.
At the next open house on Wednesday, March 28, learn about advanced degrees in the School of Business, Government, and Economics.
In this short video, Beth Thompson Kawasaki ’81 talks about her passion to help women restart their careers and how it connects to her family and her time at Seattle Pacific.
SPU recently signed memorandums of understanding with several Asian universities and education organizations to explore academic partnerships.
Seattle Pacific University’s conference center on Whidbey Island offers acres of versatile and well-groomed field space for sport team retreats.
CdA's new MoMo focuses on the details with menu of select sushi, wok-cooked and grilled items (owners are SPU alumn… https://t.co/IUGpMOxWtJ
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Engineering at Seattle Pacific begins with the questions: What problem have we been called to fix? And what does God want us to do? Learn more about the Engineering and Computer Science program.
A happy and sunny Spring Break to all our students!
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