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Undergraduate Admissions

SPACE: Seattle Pacific Access to College Experience

November 6–7, 2020

Seattle Pacific’s SPACE online event is a free opportunity for high school seniors from diverse communities, students of color, and students who will be the first in their family to attend college. We will provide you with resources to succeed in college!

Why come to S.P.A.C.E.?

  • Extend your Early Action apply deadline to November 15, and apply for free!
  • Qualify toward a $500 Virtual Visit Scholarship by attending SPACE.
  • Experience themed student-led workshops.
  • Attend one-on-one essay advising sessions.
  • Receive continued access to exclusive content.

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Come to S.P.A.C.E. if you are:

  • A senior in high school
  • A first-generation college student, student of color, undocumented/dreamer student, and/or a student from a diverse community 
  • Serious about college and curious about diversity at SPU

Falcon Bound Full Tuition Award

If you applied for Washington state’s College Bound program in middle school, you may be eligible to have 100 percent of your SPU tuition covered ! It’s called the Falcon Bound Commitment, and if you apply for admission and submit your FAFSA, you’ll be automatically considered.


  • 43%

    of SPU students are from historically underrepresented groups 

    Learn more at spu.edu/multicultural

  • 43%

    of current freshmen are first-generation students
  • 25%

    SPU is lowering tuition by 25%, beginning in autumn 2021

    Learn more at spu.edu/multicultural

  • 93%

    employed or in grad school 1 year after graduation
  • 13:1

    Student-faculty ratio
  • > 90%

    of SPU pre-med students are accepted to medical school
  • 13

    intercultural clubs, including Black Student Union, Hawaii club, Latinos Unidos, and more.