A Peek Inside Two Rooms at SPU
It's no secret that community is important at Seattle Pacific University. With so many clubs and groups meeting around campus every week, it's easy for students to get connected.
Where does this emphasis on community come from?
One answer: SPU's four residence halls. With enthusiasm rivaling that of any fraternity or sorority, halls and their peer advisors welcome students with open arms and unique themes.
Here's a peek inside two residence hall rooms.
The Buzz on Campus
You're invited! Dad's Day 2014: April 26
Here's your chance to some time on campus, and bond with your SPU daughter or son. Enjoy good food, breakfast entertainment, and a Seattle Sounders FC game. Register now for Dad's Day.
Plan Now for Commencement 2014!
Friday, June 13–Saturday, June 14
Seattle Pacific now has two Commencement ceremonies: a graduate ceremony (for master’s and doctoral degrees) and an undergraduate ceremony (for bachelor's degrees). View the Commencement schedules here.
Alexander Hall, which has been nominated for landmark status by the city of Seattle, was recently featured in the Queen Anne News. The article was written by Michael Herschensohn, president of the Queen Anne Historical Society. Read the Alexander Hall story online.
2014–15 Undergraduate Tuition Rates
Study Revelation With Us
Spring Quarter’s Lectio is on the book of Revelation, led by Paul T. Walls Professor of Wesleyan Theology Rob Wall, ThD. The Lectio series begins Monday, March 31, and continues weekly throughout the quarter. You can read and listen to past Lectios, or sign up to receive weekly notifications of new ones, at spu.edu/lectio.