The 2018-2019 FAFSA is now available
Believe it or not, you can already start applying for financial aid for the 2018–19 academic year. If your student will be continuing next year, your student must submit a new FAFSA. In fact, all students seeking financial aid must file a FASA each academic year. For more information about the FAFSA process, visit Student Financial Services' FAFSA web page.
Thursday, October 26
SUB Gazebo Room
$5, includes pumpkin and snacks
SPU students are invited to carve pumpkins, Thursday, October 26, in the SUB Gazebo Room. Encourage your student to RSVP to the Office of Student Engagement to secure a spot. If students have questions, they can contact Alli Bautista at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-281-2247.
STEM Mega Meet-Up
Wednesday, November 8
Otto Miller and Eaton Hall lobbies
This SPU STEM Mega Meet-Up brings together employers and alumni in the STEM industry to meet with students, share about their companies, and recruit some great new hires from SPU. All students are invited to this networking event, so encourage your student to come. Learn more at the Center for Career and Calling.
Friday, November 10
Tent City 3 returns
November 18, 2017–February 10, 2018
Tent City 3 first encamped on SPU's campus in 2012; the community returned in 2015. Now campus is preparing for the next visit. For the latest news about TC3 and SPU -- including ways students, faculty, staff, and community members -- can volunteer, visit spu.edu/homelessness.
No classes; Gwinn Commons closes Tuesday, November 22, 6 p.m., and reopens Sunday, November 26, 5 p.m.
Sacred Sounds of Christmas
Sunday, November 26
Benaroya Hall, Seattle
$22 and $25, general admission
Now in its 18th year, the Sacred Sounds of Christmas features the best of sacred Advent music, as well as Christmas carols. For more information, visit spu.edu/sacredsounds.
Homecoming and Family Weekend
February 2–3, 2018
Save the date, and make plans to come to campus for Homecoming and Family Weekend! Watch for more details to come.