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Student Financial Services

Noteworthy

  • COVID-19 Federal Emergency Grant 

    SFS is pleased to announce the availability of the COVID-19 Federal Emergency Grant Application. Congress has allocated a fixed amount of funds to Seattle Pacific University to provide emergency financial aid grants to students for expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to COVID-19. 

    View Reporting Information

     
  • 2020-2021 PLUS Loan Applications Available!

    Loan applications for Parent PLUS Loans and Graduate PLUS Loans are now available at StudentAid.gov.
    PLUS Loan Apps

     
  • Payment Due Dates

    Don't forget your next tuition payment!
    View payment plan options

    NEXT DUE DATE
    January 1, 2021
  • SFS Lobby Schedule

    For the remainder of Autumn Quarter, the SFS lobby will be open by appointment only on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Please call or email us to schedule an appointment. Contact Us >

    LOBBY OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
    Phone lines will be on during regular business hours and we will be responding to emails.
  • 2021-22 FAFSA

    The priority deadline for freshmen is March 1, 2021 and the priority deadline for new transfer students is
    July 1, 2021. The priority deadline for continuing students is April 1, 2021. FAFSA Deadlines

     


Who receives aid at SPU?

  • 70%

    undergraduates receiving need-based financial aid
  • $38,601

    average financial aid award for undergraduates
  • 95%

    undergraduates receiving some form of financial assistance
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.