Campus Tours and Individual Visits
Visiting campus is a great way to explore Seattle Pacific University and discover all that it has to offer. You'll get a chance to interact with current students, learn about academic and co-curricular programs, and imagine life as a Falcon. Check out the available undergraduate visit options below!
To set up an individual visit for a prospective undergraduate student, give us a call (800-366-3344) or hit the button below to customize your visit.
Current students lead one-hour tours. Tours depart at:
- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
- Tuesday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
- Saturday at 11 a.m. on non-holiday weekends during the academic year.
Meet the person who could be reading your application. Appointments are available most week days between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. During your
appointment, you can ask questions and get answers.
If you want to expand upon your essay or transcripts,
ask to schedule an interview. Your family can join for an appointment
afterward, if time allows. We suggest scheduling the interview within a one- to
two-month window of when you apply.
Come see SPU in action! With at least 2 weeks' notice, you can request up to 2 special appointments for your customized campus visit. You could meet with a professor, current student, or staff member, and you can also request to visit a class and experience the academic side of SPU life. Please let us know in the comments box when you register if you would like to request a special appointment in addition to a campus tour and/or an appointment with an admissions counselor. Don't forget to check dates to avoid.
You are welcome to dine in Gwinn Commons, attend a game or theatrical performance, or join any of our weekly University Ministries worship services:
- Chapel (Tuesdays at 11:10 a.m.) features congregational singing, prayer, and a message from a special guest.
- Group (Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m.) is a contemporary service with almost an hour of continuous music, prayer, art response, and meditation.
- Communion (Fridays at 12:30 p.m.) is a contemplative prayer service focused on the celebration of the Eucharist.
With at least 2 weeks' notice, high school juniors and seniors, or transfer students under 20 years of age, can request to stay with a current student to experience residence hall life for a night. Overnight accommodations for individual visits do not include evening programming and are not available on weekends.
Want to get a full overnight preview? Check out Falcon Night or Admitted Student Preview (limited to admitted students) for our most comprehensive overnight visit experiences.
Planning to stay multiple nights, or have parents traveling with you? View our recommended hotels for lodging options!
We are unable to offer transportation for individual visits. We recommend using Shuttle Express for convenient transportation to/from Sea-Tac Airport, or your favorite ride share program like Uber and Lyft. You can find directions and bus routes to campus on our website.
*These options require at least two weeks advance notice and are subject to availability.