For the first time ever, the Seattle Pacific University MFA program (which emphasizes the Judeo-Christian tradition in literature) has merit scholarships available!
All accepted applicants–beginning at the upcoming admission
deadline–will be considered for scholarship assistance based upon the
quality of their creative work. That’s good news: there’s no separate
application for the scholarships!
The next deadline for admission to the SPU MFA is October 1, 2012.
Beth Myhr, an MFA alumna, said, “When I decided, after twenty years
of writing, that it was time to go back to school, I looked for three
things in a program: intellectual rigor, high standards for the art, and
a program that would support what I consider a fact of art—that
beautiful work is the soul of our culture. I needed a program that saw
the spiritual practice in the writing process. The SPU MFA program was a
To find out more about the program and determine its fit for you, check out the program website, read the brochure, and watch the series of video interviews on YouTube.