One of the primary factors contributing to a successful academic experience is the positive relationship built between students and faculty, as well as with their academic counselor in Academic Counseling.
Although Seattle Pacific University makes every effort to assist students through the academic advising system, the final responsibility for meeting all academic and graduation requirements rests with each individual student.
These following advising resources can help you achieve your academic goals at Seattle Pacific University:
Academic departments create suggested course sequences to give students guidance for completing majors in four years.
Taking a class at another U.S. school
Studying abroad can be a great way to expand your perspective, enhance your résumé, and gain real-world exposure in your field of study.
To earn an SPU degree, students must be officially admitted and complete all requirements of at least one major.
The Office of Academic Counseling has some particular resources designed to support international students.
How to compute your GPA on a quarterly or cumulative basis.
Connecting students with resources and support when their overall SPU GPA indicates that they’ve encountered some challenges.
Requirements and process for undeergraduate students seeking academic reinstatement.
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