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New parents: Orientation 2015
Is your student new to SPU this autumn? Orientation events are for you! See the schedule.
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Where in the world are those SPU students?
Combining study and travel in a big way, 78 graduate and undergraduate SPU students were studying abroad in 11 foreign countries this summer.
“The opportunity to learn about art in a foreign country is the most valuable part,” explained one student who went on the Rome Art and Incarnation study trip led by Katie Kresser, associate professor of art history, and Jennifer Maier, professor of English. “Learning about another culture while in it broadens the mind and challenges your way of thinking.”
News for Parents and Families
Summer fun and autumn preparations at SPU
Most students left campus in June for their summer break, but Seattle Pacific University stayed busy while they were away!
From young Suzuki musicians playing violin in Martin Square to ballerinas en pointe in Tiffany Loop, numerous groups came to campus for conferences, workshops, and annual meetings. Likewise summer campus tours for prospective future Falcons and their families happened throughout the summer. See some of our favorite summer photos.
SPU men’s basketball team receives academic accolades
The SPU men’s basketball program received the prestigious Team Academic Excellence Award from the National Association of Basketball Coaches for the third straight season and five student-athletes garnered individual acclaim. Read more.
2015–16 theatre season announced
It’s almost time to raise the curtain on the 55th theatre season at Seattle Pacific University! From November’s powerful “Elephant’s Graveyard” to Spring Quarter’s musical “The Spitfire Grill,” this year promises to be another don’t-miss season. Learn more.
Meet some outstanding new graduates
Check out photos from Commencement events, meet some amazing new SPU graduates, and watch the brief, moving video of Assistant Professor of Psychology Margaret Brown explaining why SPU will always be those new alums' second home. See the photos and watch the video.