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COVID-19 and Seattle Pacific University

Learn more about SPU's response to the pandemic.

A wiki space for School of Health Sciences staff to communicate policies, procedures, and resources to students, faculty, and internally.

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Contact Us

The SHS Faculty/Staff Directory is available online.  Please email shsstaff@spu.edu with updates to this resource.

Parking

The most convenient parking will be on the street or in the SPU managed Ross Lot, number 51 on the campus map.

Please do not park in the lots around the SHS Building, they are not managed by SPU and you will be ticketed.

If you need directions to campus or a map to find our building, you can find both online.  

Nursing Office

School of Health Sciences Building

36 Cremona St
Seattle, WA 98119

206-281-2233

Finding the SHS Building

The SHS Building is Number 87 on the Campus Map.  A notable landmark to find the SHS Building is 7-Eleven.  Our building is across Nickerson St, on the Ship Canal.


HHP Office

First Floor, Royal Brougham Pavilion

3414 Third Avenue West
Seattle, WA 98119

206-281-2233

Finding the HHP Office

Royal Brougham Pavilion is Number 22 on the Campus Map.  As you enter the building at the corner of Nickerson St and Third Ave W, go up one flight of stairs.  The HHP Office is the first office before reaching the main gym.

Nominate a Student for the DAISY Award

Does your SPU Nursing student exemplify exceptional compassion, advocacy, or leadership?

The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Students is designed to remind students, even on the hardest days in nursing school, why they want to be a nurse. By recognizing nursing students for the above-and-beyond care and compassion shown to patients and their families, we celebrate what it truly means to be a nurse. We honor the nurse-patient connection that makes all the difference to patients and their families in their healthcare experience and that makes great nurses truly great.

Nominate a Seattle Pacific University nursing student at https://app.roundsplus.getwellnetwork.com/SurveyAction/SurveyGo/mjoVx3rqMd1Js

The DAISY Award is an international recognition program started in memory of J. Patrick Barnes. Pat’s family experienced firsthand the difference his nurses made in his care through clinical excellence and outstanding compassionate care. 

Please visit DAISYFoundation.org to learn more about Pat's story and how The DAISY Award recognizes Extraordinary Nurses.