Warner Pacific is able to make your Christian liberal arts education as affordable as possible by offering financial aid to 97 percent of full-time students. In 2012-13, the average Warner Pacific student received $9,960 from a combination of institutional, state and federal grants, not to mention help from the scholarships available at WPC. As a result, our total costs are fifteen percent lower than the average four-year private institution, according to a U.S. Department of Education study.
Find out more about financial aid at Warner Pacific by contacting the Student Financial Services Staff at 503.517.1091. You can even schedule an appointment to meet with one of our staff members to discuss your options and clarify any questions you might have during the application process.
Warner Pacific College recognizes the challenge students and their families face in financing the cost of attending college, and is committed to making affordable personalized education of excellence. Although the primary responsibility for financing an education lies with the students and their families, financial assistance is a partnership between the student, the student’s family, the federal government, and the college. Warner Pacific will do everything possible to ease the financial burden for students and their families, but all the partners must work as a team.
Warner Pacific College has committed substantial resources to need-based institutional financial assistance and to merit award programs for academically superior students. Financial resources are available from federal, state, institutional, and private programs.