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  • As It Is in Heaven

    The SPU Theatre Department presents this drama about a 19th century Shaker community and the “visions” of a nonbeliever. 

  • Challenges, Hope of Reconciliation

    Don't miss this international conference featuring renowned leaders in reconciliation, psychology, and theology. 

  • Continue Your Education

    SPU offers a wide range of programs and courses to meet the needs of today's professionals.

  • Student Employees of the Year

    The supervisors for Kelsey Chase and Danielle Valdes have high praise for their student workers.

  • Alumnus in New York Times

    Gravity Payments C.E.O. Dan Price ’08 made headlines when he announced a new minimum salary for his employees.

  • New Scholarship Amounts

    Seattle Pacific University is announcing a series of increased academic merit, need-based, and constituency scholarships.

  • Homelessness Infographics

    Senior art students designed print and motion graphics about homelessness in Seattle and around the world.

  • A Music Degree

    Music majors can choose from a variety of careers, including church musician, composer, ethnomusicologist, and more.

  • Not a Typical College Visit

    Learn about the School of Education’s elementary school visit program.

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's “For Such a Time As This” conference continues until Saturday. Scholar leaders talk about injustice: