Rising college costs and student debt make flashy headlines, but research demonstrates that higher education remains a strong investment. We dig into the numbers and ask, “Is college worth it?”
Education is more than transferring information from brain to brain. Find out how one faculty member guides her students’ learning through relationships.
Seattle Pacific University professors bring unique skills and methods of teaching into the classroom. Here, faculty members reflect on why they do what they do.
Every autumn, through gathering together and prayer, SPU commits to another year of grace-filled community. See how photographers captured the beginning-of-year rituals that — this year — included the dedication of Arnett Hall, SPU’s newest residential building.
Recent SPU graduates are thinking creatively about how to make the leap from education to career. Follow a few of their journeys here.
The World Acting Globally
SPU Students Explore Italy’s Sustainable Food Production in New Study Abroad Program
The City Urban Perspectives
Downtown Business Leader Kip Spencer ’89 Aims to Help Students Network
The Bible & Theology Toward Christian Maturity
Graduate Students Help to Expand Manga Bible’s Global Reach
Arts & Culture Faithful Creativity
Housed at SPU, Image Journal Celebrates 25 Years of “Art, Faith, and Mystery”
Athletics The Scholar-Athlete
Former Falcon Gymnast Coaches Well-Dressed Athletes
Alumni A World Community
Alexander Hall, Academic Center: Home to Deep Conversations — and a Few Quirks
Web Features & Updates
In the wake of violence and protest in Ferguson, Missouri, SPU faculty and staff members have written and preached about Christian responses to race and injustice. Read what they have to say.
View photos of Arnett Hall, SPU’s newest building, and discover how its first residents are making new traditions.
Extra Response features, updates, and picture galleries that you will find only online.
Response film reviews, filmmaker interviews, and personal reflections on cinema.