Employees Can Now Enroll or Re-Enroll in the Commute Trip Reduction Program
Employees with an existing ORCA card can re-enroll by completing the online CTR Participation Agreement Form. If you are enrolling in the program for the first time, or need a replacement ORCA card, you can pick a new one up at the Office of Safety and Security any weekday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. after submitting the online CTR Participation Agreement Form. Once your form is processed, the one-time annual fee will be deducted from your paycheck.
2023 Vehicle Registration and Parking Permits Available August 1st 2023
All students, staff and faculty, and visitors who park a vehicle on Seattle Pacific University property or in city streets near SPU, must register their vehicle with Safety and Security. Vehicles must also display an authorized permit to park on SPU property. More information is available on our Parking Information website.
Walking or Vehicle Escorts
OSS offers a walking or vehicle escort, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Due to safety protocols, escorts will be limited to assisting those experiencing an immediate safety concern, illness, or mobility concerns. An escort can be obtained by dialing x2922 on any campus phone or (206) 281-2922 from other phones. OSS can travel up to 8 blocks off campus for a safety escort but cannot cross over any bridges.
The Office of Safety and Security - Open 24/7
The mission of Seattle Pacific University’s Office of Safety and Security is to provide a safe working, learning, and living environment for the SPU community and to protect University assets through sound crime prevention and safety practices. The Office of Safety and Security (“OSS”) provides continuous, year-round security and emergency response to the Seattle Pacific University community. We actively monitor the University for safety concerns, secure buildings as needed, and respond to calls for assistance.
Business Office Hours
24-Hour Emergency Line: (206) 281-2911
24-Hour Non-Emergency Line: (206) 281-2922
Emergency Phones on Campus to Contact OSS
The University has installed emergency phones throughout the campus, including inside residence halls and at the entrances to several academic and office buildings. The emergency telephones are rectangular boxes, have yellow sides, and automatically dial the Office of Safety and Security at the push of a button.