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Scholarships

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»  University-Affiliated Scholarships for Pacific Students 
»  Outside (Non-Pacific) Scholarships 
»  Graduate Student Opportunities
»  Professional Pharmacy (Pharm D.) Program

Pacific offers a variety of scholarships for entering freshmen and transfer students. Admitted students are automatically considered for some academic awards, with priority given to the following applicants:

  • Freshmen students who apply by January 15th
  • Transfer students who apply by February 15th

Note: Applications for some scholarships are due before January 15th. Meeting the minimum qualifications for the scholarship selection process does not guarantee that you will receive a scholarship award.


First-Time Freshman Scholarships

Academic Awards - Automatic Consideration

Special Application Required

*Entering Freshmen: If you are selected for more than one of these scholarships you will receive the most advantageous award.


First-Time Transfer Scholarships

Academic Awards - Automatic Consideration

Special Application Required

*Entering Transfers: If you are selected for more than one of these scholarships you will receive the most advantageous award and may be eligible for multiple awards.


University-Affiliated Scholarship Information for Pacific Students

The scholarships listed below require applications and may require additional materials. Additionally, all of these awards are "competitive", meaning there are a limited number of scholarships and applying for one does not mean you will receive it (You can "mouse-over" the scholarship for a brief description). 


 

Outside (non-Pacific) Scholarships

Admitted freshmen and transfer students are automatically considered for Pacific's merit-based scholarships and there is no scholarship application that needs to be completed. With the exception of the Powell Scholars Program, which requires an application and interview.  Information about reporting outside scholarship awards can be found on our Financial Aid FAQ page.

For information about scholarships from sources other than Pacific, check with your high school or community college counselor and access one of the free online scholarship search sites, such as:

Information about Scholarship Search Databases

There are many scholarship opportunities online. Please use caution when submitting your personal information to an organization. To learn about how to identify scholarship scams, please visit  www.fraud.org. In addition to researching the legitimacy of a scholarship, here are a few more tips:

  1. Never pay money or keep a credit card number "on file" to apply for a scholarship.
  2. Make sure to read over all of the eligibility requirements before you start the application.
  3. Send a Thank You note when appropriate.

Databases:


 

Graduate Student Opportunities

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

General Graduate School Financial Aid Information can be found in the Office of Research and Graduate Studies. Some schools have specific Financial Aid information for students in their programs listed below. For all other schools and programs, please contact the Office of Research and Graduate Studies.

Graduate Programs Specific Opportunities:

Professional Pharmacy (Pharm D.) Program

Professional Pharm D. Financial Aid Information can be found in the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.

DENTAL
 Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Scholarship Information

LAW
McGeorge School of Law Scholarship Information