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Transfer Profile


Discover your passion


Pacific University is a fully accredited private university in the Pacific Northwest. Students from all over the world come to Pacific University for a personal, nurturing learning environment. Professors are dedicated teachers and mentors who spend time getting to know students, and Pacific is a place where diverse viewpoints are celebrated. Undergraduates choose from more than 60 fields of study that cross the spectrum. Pacific is especially known for its health and helping fields, with majors such as Social Work and Public Health, as well as Pre-med tracks. A Pacific education reaches outside the classroom. Student research, internships, international study, and community service are important parts of the Pacific experience. 

Live the Boxer spirit
Inspired by our mascot, Boxer—an ancient Chinese statue that appears to be part dog, part dragon—Pacific University students embrace a spirit of diversity, inclusion, service, and fun. Transfer students benefit from personal academic advising, their own orientation days, and a club specifically for transfer and non-traditional students. More than 60 other student interest groups include student media, academic societies, political and religious organizations, and service clubs, as well as an active Greek system. Pacific University participates in NCAA Division III Northwest Conference athletics, with 24 varsity teams, as well as junior varsity, intramural, and club sports. 

Find your future
A Pacific University education is grounded in a liberal arts and sciences foundation that prepares students for the path ahead. In addition to its robust undergraduate offerings, Pacific University is home to graduate and professional programs in business, education, writing, health care, and optometry. Many Pacific students go on to graduate school, at Pacific and around the world. Pacific alumni live and work around the globe as leaders in almost any profession.

 


 

AT A GLANCE

Campuses: Hillsboro, Forest Grove, Eugene, and Woodburn, Oregon

Founded: 1849

Enrollment: 3,840

Undergraduate enrollment: 1,943

Graduate enrollment: 1,824\

Student-faculty ratio: 10:1

Average class size: 19

Athletics: 24 NCAA Division III teams; JV, intramural, and club sports

Scholarships & financial aid: Nearly 99% of undergraduates in the College of Arts and Sciences receive financial aid. Merit- and need-based awards are given.

Tuition & fees: $39,858 (2015–2016), College of Arts & Sciences

Room & board: $11,448

Alumni: Nearly 25,000

Pre-professional tracks: Pre-dental | Pre-dental Hygiene | Pre-law | Pre-med Pre-optometry & Vision Science | Pre-
occupational Therapy | Pre-physician Assistant Studies | Pre-professional Psychology | Pre-physical Therapy

Graduate Schools: Business | Education | Athletic Training | Audiology | Dental Hygiene | Healthcare Administration
& Leadership | Occupational Therapy | Pharmacy | Physical Therapy | Physician Assistant Studies | Psychology | Optometry | Writing

AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Pacific SAT Code: 4601

Pacific FAFSA Code: 003212

Pacific ACT Code: 3488

RECOGNITION
“Best Colleges” by U.S. News & World Report
“America’s Best Colleges” by Forbes magazine
“Best Western College” by The Princeton Review

NEARBY RECREATION
Oregon Coast | Tillamook State Forest | Banks-Vernonia Trail | Oregon Zoo & Washington Park | Golf Courses | Downtown Portland | State Parks | Skiing | Whitewater Rafting & Kayaking | Camping | Hiking | Biking | Cascade Range Volcanoes | Fernhill & Jackson Bottom Wetlands | Washington County History Museum


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