STUB’s Purpose

Student Union Board (STUB) plans and implements a broad range of campus programs and activities that reflect our values and foster social, cultural, and intellectual growth

Who is STUB?

STUB consists of six Event Programmers, one Publicist, and one Coordinator, who oversees the whole program

What does STUB do?

STUB plans and implements many of the university’s annual events, including First Fridays, Tradition, Study Bark, and Shapadooah.

How can I get involved with STUB?

Become a Street Team member and work alongside STUB members on event days. Often times it is the help we get from the Stree Team that provides the essential help we need in making sure an event runs smoothly!

To be on Street Team, contact OSIL ( or the STUB Coordinator (, and we will contact you!

How can I become a member of STUB?

STUB applications will be available Spring Quarter. Until then, becoming a Street Team member is a great way of familiarizing yourself with the current STUB team and their responsibilities.

If you have any other questions, please contact the STUB Coordinator at Or stop by our office on 3rd Weter!

Faith Boulom

STUB Programmer

Devonte Hudson

STUB Programmer

Hailey Wong

STUB Programmer

Shelby Gladwell

STUB Programmer

Caramia Fo

STUB Programmer

Anneli Johnson

STUB Programmer

Audrey Marble

STUB Coordinator

Sarah Thompson

STUB Publicist

STUB Coordinator

Audrey Marble

Assistant Director of OSIL


ORP’s Purpose

“ORP connects students to the outdoors by offering affordable gear rentals and outdoor excursions.”

Who is ORP?

ORP consists of two Assistants and one Coordinator. ORP also has 5-6 additional trip leaders, who are passionate about providing outdoor experience to the students.

What does ORP do?

At the core, ORP exists to remove barriers for students to enjoy the outdoors. We do this by providing affordable gear rentals, discount tickets, recreation passes, and education. We also offer various outdoor excursions for a hassle-free (ish) experience for you.

How can I get involved with ORP?

Follow us on Instagram (@spuorp) and join our Engage page.

We have so many excursion opportunities including hiking, camping, backpacking, whitewater rafting, climbing, and more! You want to be informed of all the upcoming events to ensure you get the opportunity to join us on a trip!

ORP Assistant

ORP Assistant

Trip Leader

Trip Leader

Trip Leader

Trip Leader

Trip Leader

Trip Leader

ORP Coordinator

Savannah Mather

Assistant Director of OSIL

Yikhwan Dillard


SLDC’s Purpose

The Student Leadership Development Committee (SLDC) facilitates the development of individual ASSP student leaders and leadership teams.

Who is SLDC?

SLDC is made up of three programmers and the ASSP Executive Vice President.

What Does SLDC do?

SLDC envisions a community of leaders invested in empowering others; where, as a student leadership body, we leave the community of Seattle Pacific University better than we found it. SLDC is responsible for programming the In-Service Events for SPU Student Leaders, and Leadership Conference at the beginning of the year. SLDC serves to support the student leadership body by:

1. Acting as an accessible advocate and resource. Check out Student Leadership Wiki page for resources.

2. Building positive relationships and maintaining clear communication with student leaders, advisors, and coordinators.

3. Creating safe spaces to facilitate personal and community development.

How do you get Involved with SLDC?

SLDC is here to serve all current student leaders that are serving in a formal leadership position, and/or those who are interested in serving at SPU. Please contact us if you have any questions at

SLDC Programmer

Bella Camarillo

SLDC Programmer

Makaiya Russell

ASSP Executive VP

Ciarra Choe

Student Leadership Development Committee (SLDC)

Director of OSIL

Whitney Broetje

Street Team’s Purpose

The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership puts on many large events throughout the year with STUB (Student Union Board). Street Team plays a critical part in these events as they act as the hype crew before the event, and often help to run the events. (But we build in specific times for Street Team members to enjoy the events. While your help is vital, we also want you to experience the events with your community)

Who is Street Team?

The original intent for Street Team was to create volunteer/leadership opportunities for first-year students at SPU. But so many of our Street Team members loved their experience so much that they ask to come back. Now we welcome anyone who is interested in a meaningful leadership position that requires a minimal time commitment!

How can I get involved with Street Team?

Apply Here!!!

You will see some of the details on what would be expected of you, and you will see that we honor your preference for how you would like to be involved. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to or Christie Pak at

Office of Student Involvement and Leadership

Graduate Intern for OSIL

Christie Pak

SLDC’s Purpose

How do I get involved with SLDC?

SLDC is committed to serving current student leaders who are serving in an official position and students who are interested in joining SPU leadership positions. Please contact SLDC if you have any questions at