Academic Merit Scholarships

Good Grades Earn you Money

It takes hard work and perseverance to succeed academically. At Pacific University we want to reward your achievements and make it possible for you to develop your talents even further.

When you are admitted to Pacific University, Freshmen are automatically considered for renewable merit scholarships.

 

Freshmen Awards

 

FOUNDERS SCHOLARSHIP - $22,000

Recipients average a 4.0 GPA and combined Math and Critical Reading SAT score of 1380 or ACT score of 31.

HONORS AWARD - $19,000
Recipients average a 3.85 GPA and combined Math and Critical Reading SAT score of 1260 or ACT score of 28.

PRESIDENTIAL AWARD - $15,000
Recipients average a 3.6 GPA and combined Math and Critical Reading SAT score of 1140 or ACT score of 25.

TRUSTEE AWARD - $11,500
Recipients average a 3.39 GPA and combined Math and Critical Reading SAT score of 1070 or ACT score of 23.

UNIVERSITY AWARD - $10,500
Recipients average a 3.09 GPA and combined Math and Critical Reading SAT score of 1000 or ACT score of 21.

 

Transfer Awards

(these levels effective beginning Fall 2012)

FOUNDERS SCHOLARSHIP - $22,000

Recipients average a transfer GPA of 3.81 and higher.

HONORS AWARD - $19,000

Recipients average a transfer GPA between 3.7 and 3.8.  

PRESIDENTIAL AWARD - $15,000

Recipients average a transfer GPA between 3.5 and 3.69.

TRUSTEE AWARD - $11,500

Recipients average a transfer GPA between 3.3 and 3.49..

UNIVERSITY AWARD - $10,500

Recipients average a transfer GPA between 2.9 and 3.29.

These Academic Scholarships listed above are for Forest Grove campus applicants only. Find out about available scholarships for the College of Education in Eugene by clicking here.

 

FAFSA

If you are interested in applying for need-based financial aid as well, simply submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on or after January 1st, and the application for admission to Pacific University by January 1st.

Questions?

Contact the Office of Admissions at 1-800-677-6712 for more information about application, financial aid, and scholarship opportunities or contact your admissions counselor directly!