Nationally Ranked

Seattle Pacific is the only private university in the Pacific Northwest to make U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 “Best National Universities” list.

by U.S. News & World Report

News and Events

  • Falcon Friday

    Get a sneak peek of life as an SPU student. Take a campus tour, visit classes, eat in our award-winning dining hall, and more!
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    Next Date
    October 12, 2018
  • S.P.A.C.E.

    Experience college life at S.P.A.C.E., a free overnight event for high school seniors from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education, first-generation students, and students from diverse communities.
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    Next Date
    November 4-5, 2018
  • Upcoming College Fairs

    We're coming to you! Meet your SPU admissions representative at a fair near you. See where we'll be!

     

Majors and Academics

69 Majors.
55 Minors.
Excellent Academics.

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Immerse is a week-long summer program for high school students who are ready to explore how God is calling them deeper into Christian community, leadership, and service. Through classes, worship, and recreation, Immerse will deepen your awareness of how God speaks to us, and equip you to lead in your church and communities.

National and state rankings, countless career opportunities, location in a leading city... Discover more of what makes Seattle Pacific stand out.

21

average class size

13:1

student-faculty ratio

98%

of SPU alumni say our academic quality met or exceeded their expectations.

13

Fortune 500 companies headquartered in the Seattle area — and SPU graduates work at them all

81%

of SPU students complete internships and other field experience — one of the best ways to land your first job after college.

1,700

Seattle professionals in SPU's Mentor Program, ready to network and help you explore career options

$35,839

average financial awards per student

94%

of undergraduate students receive financial aid.

600+

study abroad opportunities

7

ministries on campus
and 3 weekly worship opportunities

11

Varsity sports teams at the NCAA Division II level – and 9 have won national championships.

55+

student-run clubs on campus

Using Her Ecology Degree After College

Using Her Ecology Degree After College

Michaela Rubenstein
Class of 2017

A day in the life of a naturalist working in a Costa Rican cloud forest

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A day in the life of a naturalist working in a Costa Rican cloud forest Read more >

Mentors, Internships, and Clubs

Mentors, Internships, and Clubs

Nathan Samayo
Class of 2019

The Apparel Design/Merchandising major on finding community at Seattle Pacific.

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The Apparel Design/Merchandising major on finding community at Seattle Pacific. Read more >

Meet the Band: Joseph

Meet the Band: Joseph

Natalie, Meegan, and Allison
Class of 2009 and 2011

The sisters, whose busy touring schedule takes them from Coachella to Mexico and beyond, talk about pursuing their music careers.

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The sisters, whose busy touring schedule takes them from Coachella to Mexico and beyond, talk about pursuing their music careers. Read more >