Did you know that 95 percent of undergraduates at Seattle Pacific University receive merit-based scholarships and/or other forms of financial aid? Find out what financial aid you may qualify for by filling out a FAFSA or WASFA (if you are an undocumented student living in Washington state), and contact Student Financial Services.
Here’s additional information about scholarship opportunities:
Ames Scholarship. For students coming from traditionally under-represented ethnic backgrounds.
Falcon Bound Commitment. Students who applied for Washington state’s College Bound program while in middle school may be eligible for this, and have 100 percent of their SPU tuition covered over four years.
- Grants and Scholarships listed on the SPU Student Financial Services website
- Scholarships for Undocumented Students. This scholarship list is continually being expanded and kept up-to-date, so be sure to return to this page periodically.