The SPU Alumni Association diligently seeks services and opportunities that you will find valuable and useful. Please make use of the ones listed here and tell us about others you would like to see included.
To look up past friends and classmates, to find contact information and updates. Sign up for the Online SPU Alumni Directory.
Connections is distributed to all alumni for whom we have an email address, so be sure to give us your email! Through Connections we share wonderful stories of our alumni family to help you stay connected. Alumni also receive Response, the University's premier award-winning magazine.
Find your yearbook online. Purchase prints or share with fellow alumni, family, and friends.
Students of Legacy, Alumni dependents receive an annual tuition discount of $1,500. Students are also eligible to apply for the annual Alumni Association Scholarship. Alumni may share the application fee waiver with prospective students to encourage enrollment.
SPU's Center for Career and Calling (CCC) has many helpful resources to guide you through the process of career search or career transition. As an alum, you are always welcome at our workshops, career mixers, job fairs, and other events. You are also eligible for free career counseling for one full year after graduation, and are eligible for discounted fees after that. Many resources can be found on at SPULink.
The Seattle Pacific University Alumni Insurance Program is a convenient source for health, life, and travel insurance for alumni and their family members. A variety of plans are available to meet your needs, including GradMed® short-term health insurance — great for new grads and other alumni seeking temporary coverage.
Get more information on these insurance plans, or call a representative at 800-922-1245, Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Eastern Time.
With your free alumni card, you can continue to check out materials from the SPU Library, and use other library resources. More information.
All graduates after 2000 have been given permanent spu.edu email addresses, which you may choose to forward to another account that you prefer to use (i.e., gmail.com). When you sign up for the Online Alumni Directory, you may request an SPU email address to show pride in your status as a SPU alum.
Launch iTunesU to browse faculty lectures, guest speakers, chapels, music, and sports. Play the latest audio and video content and stay connected to SPU.
This free online weekly reading program allows you to explore God’s Word, beginning in Genesis, with the guidance of an outstanding biblical scholar who has a deeply personal Christian faith. Not only will you learn from your guide, but you have the option of “going deeper” in your study of each week’s Scripture passage through links to other commentaries and resources – and it’s all free.You can read the Lectio at spu.edu/lectio, listen to a podcast, or both.
Have a question about the university’s past? The University Archivist will be happy to help you! Not enough space in your closet/attic/storage unit for your box of “college stuff?” Donate to the archives, where the items from your Seattle Pacific years will be preserved and displayed for future alumni!
All alumni are welcome to browse the archives collections of yearbooks, photographs, and artifacts from years past in the new Archives Research Room located on the lower level of the library. Questions, donations, or appointments to use the Archives Research Room can be sent to Adrienne Meier, University Archivist. Contact her at email@example.com or 206-281-2422.
You are eligible to stay at Camp Casey as an alum and receive discounted pricing of $20 per person, per night. Campground rentals are $25 a night and day use for the beaches, grounds, and outdoor pool is also available. Visit spu.edu/casey for more information or an inquiry request.
Special alumni rates are often available for multiple night stays. fortcaseyinn.com