Give to SBGE: Invest in the Vision

SBGE Students at the New Majors Dessert

This is a strategic moment to invest in the lives and future of our students and the School of Business, Government, and Economics. With the ever-increasing globalization of commerce, business is poised to play a major role in shaping the character of our world for decades to come.

Responding to this challenge requires an ever increasing pool of resources. We are fortunate that many alumni and friends of the School of Business, Government, and Economics (like you) give their financial support. Through your contribution, you can become a vital part of the School's success by strengthening our vision for excellence, our programs, our Centers, our students, and our faculty.

We invite you to consider ways you can give back to the School such as these options:

  • Financially support SPU's School of Business, Government, and Economics. Gifts can be directed toward endowments or toward restricted accounts for one or more particular purposes within the School.
  • Fulfill a matching grant. The School often receives matching grants and needs to raise funds to secure full benefit of the matches.
  • Create an endowment in your name to one or both of the School's centers: the Center for Applied Learning (CAL) or the Center for Faithful Business (CFB).
  • Offer scholarship support to attract and assist promising qualified students.
  • Make a cash gift. Your gift will have an immediate and positive impact on the people and programs in the School of Business, Government, and Economics, and it may be tax deductible. You can send a check to: School of Business, Government, and Economics Dean's Office, Seattle Pacific University, 3307 Third Ave. West, Suite 201, Seattle WA 98119-1950.

There are many ways to make a gift. Whatever method you choose, be sure to tell us where you wish your gift to be directed.

If you would like more information about giving, contact the Dean's Office at 206-281-2087.

SPU Houses Largest Faith and Work Collection

Al Erisman, adjunct professor and former director of SPU’s Center for Integrity in Business (now the Center for Faithful Business), helped acquire nearly 2,000 books for SPU. Now called The Work and Faith Collection, it is the largest of its kind, and continues to grow. 

Kayla Nowrocki and Peyton Lindsley, “Surfing the Nations”

SPU Faith At Work First Prize Video

This award was made possible through Margaret Edgell’s generous legacy. It’s just another example of the kind of difference your gift can make, as well.