Spread over a 43-acre Seattle campus, Seattle Pacific University includes the following resources for students:
THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
The SPU Library provides book, journal and media collections, databases, information services, instruction, technology, and space for study and research.
Six librarians provide personal service and information literacy instruction for each subject area. The Library has approximately 200,000 volumes, and 1,300 journals and databases. Most of the electronic resources are available to students, faculty, and staff from on or off campus.
SPU patrons may borrow materials from the 36 academic libraries in Washington and Oregon that are part of the Orbis Cascade Alliance. The Library has 14 small rooms for study and meeting, a graduate-student reading room, and a seminar and conference room.
There are 70 networked computers in the Library, and wireless access throughout the building. For more information, visit spu.edu/library or call 206-281-2419.
STUDENT COMPUTER LABS
All of the general-purpose computer labs also provide full access to the Internet, email, laser printers, and other local and remote networked resources.
Computer labs are located in the SPU Library, McKenna Hall, Otto Miller Hall, and Marston-Watson Hall. Computer kiosks are available in the Library, McKenna Hall, Weter Hall, and the Student Union Building (SUB).
Additionally, Computer and Information Systems has audio/visual equipment (video cameras, projectors, laptops, and sound systems) available for checkout to faculty and students for academic projects.
Many routine student transactions (registration, class schedules, and access to grades) can be completed through Banner at the individual student's time and convenience.
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTION AND ASSISTANCE