Undergraduate Alumni

Alumni breakfast

In the School of Theology at Seattle Pacific University, we make it a priority to maintain ongoing relationships with our alumni as they graduate from college and apply what they have learned in the world. You will leave the School of Theology with a network of support and a community of friends and colleagues – all linked by a common desire to engage the culture with the transforming gospel of Jesus Christ.


School of Theology alumni receive the semiannual School of Theology newsletter, Kingswood Chronicle, which includes news, features, information about events and initiatives, and commentary from the dean and faculty members. To subscribe, email seminary@spu.edu.


Alumni are welcomed at School of Theology lectures, conferences, and other special events throughout the year. These are prime opportunities to reconnect with faculty, former classmates, current students, and others with similar interests. The School also hosts alumni events, such as the annual Homecoming Alumni Breakfast. For more information on those events and other alumni activities, contact the Alumni Center at alumni@spu.edu or 206-281-2586.

Center for Career and Calling

SPU’s Center for Career and Calling is available to assist you during your university career, and later if you are considering a career change. The CCC website provides information to help you identify passions, interests, and needs, and then match those with appropriate career pursuits. During this process, working with a Career Counselor is recommended. If you graduated from SPU within the last year, all appointments are free of charge. One year after graduation, SPU alumni receive one free appointment per academic year.


Natalie Sweberg

Meet a Graduate

Natalie Sweberg, Educational Ministry Major, SPU Class of 2009

Natalie cares deeply about ministry and education for children and adolescents. A former member of SPU’s Gospel Choir and a volunteer with Young Life, she is now a staff member in the Youth Mission and Ministries Department at University Presbyterian Church in Seattle. She says she loves "being able to walk alongside middle and high school students as they develop a deeper understanding of their identity in Christ."