Seniors in high school may attend one of these events. Attendees will earn an annual $1,000 tuition scholarship at Pacific University Oregon (total of $4,000 over 4 years). Students must apply and be admitted in order to receive the scholarship. This is open for high school seniors who are applying to Pacific as a first year student.
Pacific's Senior Preview Scholarship Days provide high school seniors and their guests an opportunity to interact with the Pacific University campus and community, all from the comfort of your home! This year, we are offering this signature event through a two-part, online virtual experience. Throughout the day you will hear from an Admissions Counselor, meet with outstanding faculty, interact with current students and see a video tour our beautiful campus.
Thanks to recent inclement weather and power outages, we are offering TWO MORE make-up sessions. If you have missed all the others, this is your last chance to earn the annual $1,000 tuition scholarship at Pacific University! LEARN MORE
Virtual Meeting with your Admissions Counselor
Register today to set up a virtual one on one session with an admissions counselor to learn about scholarships, financial aid, and other amazing opportunities Pacific has to offer.
Monday - Friday
Morning sessions | 10 a.m. (PST)
Afternoon sessions | 3 p.m. (PST)
Oregon Private College Week | High School Students are invited to come to ask questions and discover why an Oregon private college is right for you during Oregon Private College Week (OPCW)! Sessions are held concurrently on 10 campuses statewide.
Undergraduate Research Conference | Held in November, prospective students are invited to attend this conference to discover the research projects that Pacific students are involved in and the opportunities that are available to students.
Community College Visits | Our Transfer Team visits various community colleges in Oregon to meet with prospective students. To find out if they will be coming to your community college, please contact them at McRobert@pacificu.edu.