Students can expect to pay $1,881 more in total costs starting next fall. In keeping with the trend of yearly rising tuition rates, Seattle Pacific University will see a 4.5 percent increase in tuition for the 2015-2016 academic year. The Board of Trustees finalized the increased tuition rate last week at the winter meeting, held […]
Theft On Feb. 25, 2015, a student reported the theft of their bicycle from an on campus living complex to the Office of Safety and Security. A security officer met with the individual, obtained information and a photo of the stolen property. The individual was advised to contact the Seattle Police Department and report the […]
Suspicious Person On Feb. 24, 2015, the Office of Safety and Security sent an email to SPU faculty, staff and students stating that an SPU staff member observed a suspicious individual hug and kiss a young women “in what appeared to be unwelcome physical contact” near the intersection of W. Cremona St. and 3rd Ave. […]
Theft On Feb. 12, 2015, a security officer (SO) responded to a report of several missing items from the Counseling Center in Watson Hall. The SO made contact with staff members, obtained information and completed a statement. Car Prowl On Feb. 13, 2015, a student reported to the Officer of Safety and Security that her […]
For 2011 Seattle Pacific alumna Madison Slinker, a career—especially one in media and communications—is not a ladder that only moves in one direction. Instead, the senior social media specialist at Zillow Real Estate compares a career in communications to a jungle gym that spans many different areas and directions. “I’ve gotten to touch all of […]
On Feb. 8, OSS received a request from University Facilities to document damage done in Emerson Hall earlier that day. A security officer responded, obtained photos of the damage and completed a report.
On Jan. 31, an Emerson Hall Resident Advisor called the Office of Safety and Security (OSS) to report a student smelling of alcohol who was taking down posters on the 3rd floor. A security officer and RLC responded and questioned the student before escorting the student back to their residence.
In the crisp light of a November morning in 2013, Chane’l Menges ran. She ran through DuPont, Washington, and through neighborhoods marked with street signs and on dusty foot trails. She ran with the support of a community overcoming sorrow, striving to rebuild hope and honoring lost lives. She ran with Wear Blue: Run […]