Tuition for post-baccalaureate students for the 2017-18 academic year is $385.00 per credit. Financial aid is available in the form of federal and private education loans. Federal loan eligibility is determined by a student’s previous loan history and dependency status. Federal aid is limited to 12 consecutive months. Students are eligible to apply for private education loans through a bank, credit union, or other financial institutions offering educational loans. A list of lenders Pacific University has worked with in the past is available through the Financial Aid section of our website.
The process of applying for financial aid begins with submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) which determines eligibility for federal, state, and institutional need-based and cost-based aid. The best way to submit the FAFSA is online at www.fafsa.gov. Pacific’s Federal School Code, which works for all of its campuses, is 003212.
When the post-baccalaureate student has met with their academic advisor in Communication Sciences and Disorders and completed and signed the Planned Program of Study, the form will be sent to the Pacific University Financial Aid Office and used as the basis for determining financial aid eligibility each semester. Students must be in at least 6 credits a semester in order to qualify for financial aid.
Pacific does not require any supplemental financial aid application forms.
Jama Kelch is the Financial Aid Counselor for the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders. She can be reached at:
503-352-3095 | email@example.com
For more information about financial aid, visit the Pacific University Financial Aid website.