Faculty are pursuing new teaching methods to give students a holistic education.
From Burundi to Singapore to Mexico, SPU faculty could be found in all parts of the globe in 2015.
Seattle has several fun locations just minutes away campus. Students tell you about their favorite spots.
Tim Hanstad ’85 is co-founder of Landesa, a Seattle-based nonprofit that works to secure land rights for the world’s most impoverished.
The new Christian Social Entrepreneurship program will equip church leaders with business and theological principals to help them pursue sustainable social change.
Students and families: Plan now for Commencement events, June 10 and 11.
Start this year by filling out a graduate school application for that program you’ve been considering.
One day or overnight: Visit classes, meet students and faculty, eat in Gwinn, ask questions, and more.
Don't miss these increased academic merit, constituency, and need-based scholarships.
This exhibition of photographs and sculptures by SPU Art Professor Zack Bent draws from his experiences visiting forest fire land in Washington state.
Assistant Professor of Classics Owen Ewald looks at the creative works of early writers during the annual C. May Marston Lecture.
Dr. Soon-Chan Rah is teaching the first course in SPU’s new Master of Arts in Asian American Ministry degree.
The women's and men's basketball teams play in Brougham Pavilion this week.
Maya Swinehart spoke with NPR-affiliate KPLU about her work with Campus Dining Services and Sodexo to give unused food to those who need it.
The SPU Theatre Department presents this Tony Kushner play about an aging father, his estranged son, and an all-knowing magician.
Learn more about alumna Moorea Seal '09 ― artist, entrepreneur, and "Pinterest phenomenon.”
The Student Financial Services staff is ready to help you with detailed, personal guidance about financial aid options, eligibility, and offers of financial assistance.
How can we connect God’s concern for justice and reconciliation to the ministry of discipleship and worship in our churches? This two-day forum for church leaders will explore ways to take the next steps.
A leadership team was looking for a retreat venue close by, surrounded by forest, conducive to building community, and lots of open space to play their favorite outdoor activity.
Thinking about applying to SPU? It’s not too early to plan your visit in 2016.
Come to an open house and meet current students who recently transferred, and let the experts evaluate your transcripts.
Support @SPUsports men’s basketball as they take on @WOUnews tonight at 7 pm: https://t.co/WYFQgSAeYW
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Have you ever wondered what “science fiction” meant thousands of years ago? Or what was the first science fiction story? Assistant Professor of Classics Owen Ewald takes a look at the creative works of early writers at the annual Marston lecture on Tuesday, February 9, 3 p.m.
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