Scholarships of Seattle Pacific University


Address: 3307 3rd Ave West, Seattle WA 98119-1997 


Seattle Pacific University is a Christian university fully committed to engaging the culture and changing the world by graduating people of competence and character, becoming people of wisdom, and modeling grace-filled community. 


Seattle Pacific University is a place where 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students gain a superb education grounded on the gospel of Jesus Christ — and the tools to influence the world for good. Outstanding scholarship and thoughtful faith is a powerful combination that brings about change in the lives of graduates, and in the people and communities they go on to serve.



SPU’s 43-acre city campus is located in a residential neighborhood on the north slope of Queen Anne Hill, only 10 minutes from the heart of downtown Seattle. SPU also owns and operates a wilderness campus and field station on Blakely Island, and a seaside campus/retreat facility on Whidbey Island. 


  • #10 in Best Colleges in Washington (Niche) 
  • #54 in Best Christian Colleges in America (Niche) 
  • #68 in Engineering Programs (no doctorate) (tie) (US News) 


  • Total: 3,529 
  • Undergraduates: 2,717 (From 44 states and 43 countries) 
  • Graduates: 791 
  • Student/Faculty: 13/1 
  • Average class size: 21 


  • Two cutting-edge science buildings 
  • Four-story library and study center 
  • Restaurant 
  • Theatres 
  • Coffee shops 
  • 5 residence halls 
  • Gymnasium 

Student Life

  • 14 varsity sports teams 
  • 55+ student clubs 
  • Health & Wellness 
  • Support and Services: Center for Career and Calling, Student Counseling Center, etc 

Tuition & Fees (Full-time) 

  • Tuition: $46,728 per year; $15,576 per quarter 
  • Technology Fee: $195 per year; $65 per quarter 
  • Student Activities Fee: $321 per year; $107 per quarter 
  • Room and Meal Plan (traditional residence-hall double with a Weekly Block plan): $12,687 per year, $4,229 per quarter 
  • Textbooks, supplies, average loan fee (for student-loan borrowers), miscellaneous/personal, and transportation average cost: $4,713 per year; $1,571 per quarter 

Entry Requirements 

  • Essays: Required 
  • SAT/ACT: Recommended

Financial Aid & Scholarships

  • Yes 
  • Scholarships range from $2,000 to full tuition 
  • 94% of undergraduate students receive financial aid 

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