Transfer Scholarships and Grants

2016-2017 Academic Year

Applicants for all scholarships must complete the Warner Pacific College Application for Admission and be admitted in good standing as a full time student in the traditional semester program. The following scholarships, awards, and grants require full-time enrollment (except church matching grants), and are only available to new transfer students with more than 12 transferable semester credits working toward their first undergraduate degree.

Academic Scholarships

Warner Pacific’s academic scholarships for Transfer students are automatically awarded based on a combination of cumulative college grade point average (GPA). Students can only receive one of the below Academic Scholarships. Academic Scholarships are renewable for 3 additional years.

Minimum GPA



3.5 – 4.0

Honors Scholarship

$4,000 each year
3.0 – 3.49

Faculty Scholarship

$3,500 each year
2.5 – 2.99

Transfer Award

$2,500 per year

Other Awards & Grants

Awards and Grants are renewable for three additional years unless otherwise indicated.



Award Guidelines

Alumni Grant

$500 each year

For students whose Parent, Legal Guardian, or Grandparent attended WPC for 30 or more semester hours.

Athletic Award


Contact coach for additional information.

Church of God Grant

$1,000 each year

For students attending a church associated with the Church of God, Anderson, IN. Student must submit a letter from the church pastor documenting church attendance for at least a year prior to attending WPC. Contact Admissions Counselor.

Church Matching Grant

Up to $500 each semester

Warner Pacific College will match church contributions toward education.  Church Contribution Required, must be received by the 10th day of each semester.  Download an informational letter for your church.

All students are strongly encouraged to file the FAFSA as soon after January 1 as possible. The Warner Pacific College code to enter on FAFSA is 003225. This will allow us to review individual financial information and determine eligibility for federal, state, and other institutional aid opportunities.