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    Marsh Hall

    This iconic building houses many classrooms, the f..

    Hanson Stadium

    Stoller Gym

    Trombley Square

    On a walk through this square you are sure to find..

    Boxer Statue/Vanders

    The Quad

    Come to this part of campus to throw a Frisbee, te..

    Washburne Hall


    Jefferson, Taylor Meade, Berglund, McGill, Murdock and Library

    Gilbert Hall

    Completed in 2008, Gilbert Hall offers students th..

    Marsh Hall

    This iconic building houses many classrooms, the financial aid office, registrar, and the Office of the President. All of it with views of the park-like, shady grass and a portion of downtown.

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    school information

    University Name Pacific University
    Location 2043 COLLEGE WAY, FOREST GROVE, Oregon, 97116
    General information 8777228648
    Year established 1849
    Type Private not-for-profit - Four or more years
    Highest Degree offered Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice
    Campus Setting Suburban
    Total number of applicants 2658
    Percent of applicants admitted 86 %
    New admissions percent of total enrollment 18 %

    Test scores 25th Percentile * 75th Percentile **
    SAT Critical Reading 490 600
    SAT Math 500 610
    SAT Writing - -
    ACT Composite 21 27
    ACT English - -
    ACT Math - -
    ACT Writing - -

    *25% of students scored at or below
    **75% of students scored above
    - Data not available or not applicable for this institution

    Total enrollment 3607  
    Undergraduate enrollment 1793  
    Full-time undergrads 1727  
    Part-time undergrads 66  
    Graduate enrollment 1814  
    Student body coed  
    Men 37%  
    Women 63%  

      Degrees include:

      Business Engineering Visual and Performing Arts
      Social Sciences Psychology Education
      Computer Science Communications Biology
      Visual Arts Performing Arts Health & Biomedical Sciences
      Art Anthropology Biological Chemistry
      Chemistry Economics History
      International Studies Mathematics Philosophy
      Physics Political Science Spanish
      Pre-Pharmacy/Professional Political Science/Pre-Law Accounting
      Athletic Training Audiology Business Administration
      Dance English Environmental Science/Studies
      Exercise and Sport Science Finance Marketing
      Music Occupational Therapy Optometry
      Pharmacy Physical Therapy Physician's Assistant
      Pre-Nursing Sociology Speech-Language Pathology
      Theatre Web Programming & Design (WPD) Doctor of Pharmacy
      Educ - Child Development Educ - Early Childhood Assoc Educ - Elementary
      Educ Certification, Re-cert Pre-Optometry* Pre-Physician Assist Studies*
      Teaching & Learning Business Administration, B.S. International Relations

      Special programs

      • ROTC
      • Study abroad


      • Member of NAA
      • Member of NCAA

      Men sports Women sports
      • Basketball
      • Cross country
      • Golf
      • Soccer
      • Swimming & diving
      • Tennis
      • Track & field
      • Volleyball
      • Wrestling
      • Blog
      • Basketball
      • Cross country
      • Golf
      • Soccer
      • Swimming & diving
      • Tennis
      • Track & field
      • Volleyball
      • Wrestling
      • Blog

      Estimated expenses - undergrads In-state Out-of-state  
      Tuition $36184 $36184  
      Required fees $840 $840  
      Room and board - -  

      Estimated financial aid - undergrads % Receiving Average Amount  
      Grant or scholarship aid 13% $1860  
      Pell grants 97% $18663  
      Federal student loan 93% $8078  

      * Information is based on 2014-2015 Academic Year data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics. Please visit the school's official website for the most current information.

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