• Payment Due Dates

    Don't forget your next tuition payment!
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    September 10, 2018
  • NEW Statement Process 

    Statements for authorized individuals will now be delivered through QuikPAY, instead of being attached in an email. Anyone who you would like to receive a statement, will need to become and "Authorized Payer" on QuikPAY and elect to receive statements.
    Learn more >

  • 2018-19 FAFSA

    The priority deadline for first-time freshmen is March 1, 2018. The priority deadline for early action new transfers and continuing students is April 1, 2018.
    FAFSA Deadlines >

    March 1, 2018
  • Need a Job?

    All jobs are listed at Handshake! Whether you are looking for on or off-campus, work study or not - Handshake has you covered.
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Estimating your college costs worksheet, included in your Undergrad packet


Meanwhile, consider a few resources to help you make your own decision:

First, see how SPU ranks on the U.S. Department of Education College Scorecard or the College Navigator site. Sharpen your pencil for practical perspectives on loans and aid offer comparisons.

If you’re a new undergraduate student, our Net Price Calculator helps you estimate financial aid and out-of-pocket expenses.

Once you’ve been accepted and you’ve received a written “Offer of Financial Assistance” from SPU, view your own costs, financial aid, and other money matters on the Federal Financial Aid Shopping Sheet.

Parents, graduate students, undergrads, new or continuing ... we’re here to answer your questions.

Who receives aid at SPU?

  • 70%

    undergraduates receiving need-based financial aid
  • $35,839

    average financial aid award for undergraduates
  • 95%

    undergraduates receiving some form of financial assistance