Located in a quiet north Queen Anne residential neighborhood, Seattle Pacific University’s 43-acre campus borders the Lake Washington Ship Canal and boasts majestic trees, open lawns, beautiful gardens, and views of Mt. Rainier.
Among its outstanding facilities are two cutting-edge science buildings; a four-story library and study center; a restaurantlike dining facility with Northwest noveau décor and made-to-order cuisine; one of the region’s finest small theatres; three coffee shops; five residence halls; and a gem of a gymnasium. Explore the campus through the campus maps.
You can also hop on a bus, and within 10 minutes you’re in the middle of downtown Seattle, one of the country’s most vibrant cities.
My Favorite SPU Place: Library
“I love the third story of the library, especially when I have to write a paper. The view of the mountains provides the perfect occasional distraction and pause I need to figure out what to write next.”
Student-initiated solar panels with a capacity of 4,000 watts sit atop Otto Miller Hall.