Seattle Pacific University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (8)
I liked the idea of a Christian liberal arts college. I made meaningful relationships with teachers and staff. My university president was reachable and knew me personally. I wished it was more diverse, but overall I had a great time there. Definitely go there if you want a small tight knit community.
The best thing about the school was the close knit community. The worst thing about it was that it's hard to get out of the "bubble" at the school.
Seattle Pacific University offers more than just classes. It's classes in the subjects you're interested in but with an eternal perspective, because we're about engaging culture with our lives.
Great college. For many, it is a great place to develop a close group of friends. Great professors. Coming out of SPU, you are exposed to many different views with little to no biases. They try hard to display the facts.
I love attending SPU. It is an evironment filled with great people who really aim to make a difference with their talents, for the greater community . I have been able to connect with the professors and staff on a personal level that I could not get elsewhere. I have grown SO much in the little time that I have been here and I look up to my advisors and professors with a fond admiration.
SPU is an amazing faith based community with an incredibly strong academic program and an awesome student life program!
Seattle Pacific University's School of Business and Economics set the stage for its students to learn about business as a productive contributor to society. Through classes ranging from Social Enterprise to the Legal Environment of Business, the program's variety and in depth study of each area related to business has impacted my career direction. I was so glad I took advantage of the Mentor Program and Internship opportunities. With this school being in the heart of Seattle, there are innumerable businesses, companies and non-profits to engage. The only thing I would have done differently is to take part in a study abroad program.
Connections made in school were extremely helpful for future job hunt. I definitely needed a degree in applying for the various jobs I have held since graduating. My internships were great hands on experience and assets when I was looking for a job right out of school.