New Undergraduate Applicants
First-Year Application Deadlines
Early Action I: November 1
Early Action II: January 15
Rolling Admissions: After January 15
Step One | Submit Online Application
Apply via the Common Application. Pacific University Oregon uses the Common Application for first-year undergraduate admissions. Applying to Pacific University is free for all applicants, no waiver is needed.
Looking to transfer to Pacific University Oregon? If you have already graduated from high school and have completed college course work, please apply for admission via Pacific's Transfer Application.
Are you an International Student? Apply for admission via International Student Application.
Step Two | Submit Supporting Materials
Required: Official Transcripts
Your official high school transcript must be sent directly from your high school to Pacific University Oregon's Admissions Office through your school's electronic document service, by email to email@example.com or by mail (see address below). Also send official college transcripts if any coursework was completed.
Optional: Standardized Test Scores
Pacific University Oregon is test optional. Students can decide whether to submit their ACT and SAT test scores as part of their application and should indicate their preference on the test optional question on their Common Application.
To have your ACT or SAT test scores considered as part of your overall academic profile, have your scores sent directly to Pacific University Oregon from the testing agency. SAT code: 4601 and ACT code: 3488.
Step Three | Contact Your Pacific University Oregon Admissions Counselor
Connect with your Pacific University Oregon Admissions Counselor to check on your application status, admissions decision, and to learn more about the opportunities to visit campus and earn scholarships.
Where to Send Application Documents:
Mail: Pacific University Oregon
Undergraduate Admissions Office
2043 College Way
Forest Grove, OR 97116
Other Undergraduate Professional Programs
Apply separately into other professional programs such as Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Health Science, Dental Hygiene, Bachelor of Applied Vision Science and Bachelor of Science in Vision Science.