• A Family of Scholars

    The BioCore program supports first generation students and those traditionally underrepresented in biological and biomedical sciences. Learn how these students form community and prepare for their careers.



Faith for the Future

Students on ferry

Explore Puget Sound

Take a short ferry ride across Elliott Bay and explore Bainbridge Island, home to stunning waterside scenery, whimsical street fairs, and great food.

Portrait of Raphael

Meet a professor

Raphael Mondesir talks about why he became a sociology professor, his classroom rules, what he loves about Seattle, and more.

Person praying

How to find a church in college

Finding a church home in a new city is hard. These students say take your time, and try some new approaches to worship.

SPU Podcast

Introducing a new podcast

SPU Voices Podcast is dedicated to telling inspiring and compelling stories of alumni, faculty, and staff. Listen, subscribe, share feedback, and send us your ideas.

Take Note

  • campus visit

    Come Visit SPU!

    Tour campus, sit in on a class, meet students and faculty, learn about financial aid. A visit to campus is always worth the trip!

  • Graduates

    Commencement 2019

    Here is the information graduates, families, and friends need to plan for undergraduate and graduate Commencement events, June 7–8.

  • Graduate business students working together.

    Graduate Business Programs Open House

    You’re invited to upcoming open houses: Get the facts; talk to faculty and students; ask questions about our MBA, MS-ISM, MA, and dual-degree programs for working professionals.

  • Mechanical Engineering

    Majors and minors

    With 69 majors and 55 minors, you’ll receive expert faculty instruction in a wide variety of fields — no matter your path.


  • Careers in cybersecurity

    This open house on Wednesday, May 22, is for women considering a graduate degree in cybersecurity. Listen to a panel discussion and learn what it takes to enter this field, challenges facing women in the industry, and finding the right cybersecurity program.

  • Falcons win championship

    For the second straight year, the women’s track and field team won the GNAC championships. Four Falcons will head to the NCAA Division II championship in Texas, May 23–25.

  • Memorial service for Sarah Pantip Wong

    Seattle Pacific University will host a memorial service for student Sarah Pantip Wong on Wednesday, May 1, at 7 p.m. at First Free Methodist Church, 3200 Third Avenue West and adjacent to campus. The service is being planned by SPU’s University Ministries, Faith Bible Church of Seattle, and Sarah’s family and friends. The event will be livestreamed.

  • Statement on Sarah Wong

    We are deeply saddened to confirm that one of our students passed away in the crane accident in Seattle on April 27. Sarah Wong was in a car on Mercer Street when the crane fell. She was a freshman with an intended major in nursing and lived on campus. More.

  • Falcon Wins National Title

    Gymnast Darian Burns won the gold medal in the all-around competition and two silver medals in individual events at the recent USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships. With one more year to compete, she has now won 10 All-America certificates and two national titles.

  • Introducing a new podcast

    SPU Voices podcast is dedicated to telling the inspiring and compelling stories of Seattle Pacific community members. The first three podcasts feature Professor of Music Stephen Newby talking about his personal journey of reconciliation; alumnus Bobby Martin and his organization helping young men leave gangs; and alumna Cami Ostman, author of the memoir, Second Wind: One Woman’s Midlife Quest to Run Seven Marathons on Seven Continents.

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