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  • Jeff Keuss

    New Lectio Begins June 11

    Jul 22, 2012

    Theology Professor Jeffrey Keuss leads the next series titled “Selections from the Prophets.”

  • Flag at half staff

    Flags at Half-Staff

    Jul 20, 2012

    The campus flag is at half-staff in memory and recognition of those killed and injured in the Aurora, Colorado, tragedy.

  • Women Who ROCK

    Visit SPU This Summer!

    Jul 20, 2012

    Summer Visit Days begin at 9 a.m. and conclude at noon with lunch in Gwinn Commons.

  • Small Change, Big Impact

    A Desire to Live Faithfully

    Jul 19, 2012

    A sociology class helped alumna Micaella Verro '09 find her calling in community health. Tell us your story!

  • Gulf View Drive

    "May We Suggest..."

    Jul 18, 2012

    SPU faculty recommend books for your summer reading list.

  • Organizational psychology

    I-O Psychology

    Jul 17, 2012

    The master’s and doctoral programs are designed with a focus on science and practical experience.

  • Bud Turner

    Retiring Faculty Member Bud Turner

    Jul 16, 2012

    A favorite quote of this PE teacher is “you aren’t truly educated until you are physically educated.”

  • Student Checking a Text Message

    SPU’s Mobile App

    Jul 15, 2012

    Find news, directories, athletics, maps, event information, and more.

  • Youth Soccer

    Falcon Youth Sports Camps

    Jul 14, 2012

    Camps are led by Falcon coaches, and emphasize individual and team skills.

  • Jack Levison

    Levison's Article in Huffington Post

    Jul 12, 2012

    Professor of New Testament Jack Levison reflects on William Butler Yeats’ poem “Adam’s Curse” and the book of Daniel.


Classmates Unite to Help Haitians

Some members of the SPU Class of 2000 didn’t get to reconnect at their 10-year reunion, but they’ve been in touch. They’re busy working to improve the lives of people in Haiti.

Large Grant for New Graduate Programs

The SPU School of Theology received two grants totalling $1 million for new graduate programs.