Applied Psychological Science Costs & Financial Aid
Total tuition and fees start at $29,686 for students in the Applied Psychological Science Master's Program in 2022-2023.
The Pacific University Financial Aid Office establishes the Cost of Attendance, which reflects an estimate of what it will cost to attend Pacific for one year. The Cost of Attendance reflects direct costs, such as tuition and fees, as well as estimated indirect costs, such as books, transportation, and monthly living expenses. The Cost of Attendance is used to determine a student's eligibility for need-based financial aid resources.
Cost of Attendance Information
A laptop computer is required for all graduate and professional students. More information about the laptop recommendations for students can be found at the following link: Computer Recommendations. Students do not have to purchase a new laptop if they own a laptop that fulfills the recommendations.
Students applying to the program should complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online as soon as possible after Oct. 1.
Do not wait to be accepted to apply for financial aid. The following sources of financial aid are available to full-time applied psychological science students, though not all students will receive all types.
These funds allow eligible students to work on campus or in the community. Interested students will need to fill out FAFSAs, indicate interest on the form, and demonstrate eligibility.
Federal Direct Stafford Loans
Students can borrow up to $20,500 in an unsubsidized federal Stafford loan. Funds come from the US Department of Education and the interest rate is fixed at 6.00 percent (subject to change.) The maximum lifetime borrowing limit is $138,500.
Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program | If you are Native Hawaiian and interested in serving in medically underserved areas in Hawai'i after graduation, you might be interested in the following program: The Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program (NHHSP) addresses access to health care by developing a Native Hawaiian health care workforce of professionals committed to serve the unique health needs of Hawaiian communities. The program recruits and nurtures professionals in-training for primary health care disciplines and specialties most needed to deliver quality, culturally competent health services to Native Hawaiians throughout the State of Hawai‘i. Please visit their website for details and deadlines as they are not affiliated with Pacific University.
For other SGP program-specific scholarship information, click here.
Please contact the Financial Aid Office.
Office of Financial Aid
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Toll-free: 1-877-722-8648 ext. 2222