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Financial Aid Resources

Our staff members are committed to helping you finance your education here at Pacific. Below are some financial aid resources you may find helpful:

Financial Aid Presentations

The Office of Financial Aid does a number of presentations and workshops for incoming/perspective and current/continuing students throughout the year. Below are some recent presentations/workshops you may find useful. 

 Prospective/Incoming Students              Incoming Pharmacy Students           Graduating Students
Fall Open House Pharmacy Open House Federal Student Loan Repayment

Financial Aid Applications

  • Cal Grant GPA Verification Form (California Residents Only)
    All California Resident undergraduate students who are not currently receiving a Cal Grant need to complete this form. This form is also available in the Office of Financial Aid .

Financial Aid Calculators

  • FAFSA4caster
    The U.S. Department of Education tool designed to help students and their families plan for college. FAFSA4caster provides students with an early estimate of their eligibility for federal student financial assistance.
  • Net Price Calculator
    This calculator is a federally mandated tool that can help you determine your estimated college financial aid award. This calculator is meant to be used as a tool for prospective undergraduate students only. It will not provide returning students or graduate students with an accurate estimate.

Financial Aid Glossary

  • Terms to Know
    We understand that financial aid is often an incomprehensible language. This glossary will help you understand financial aid in simple terminology.

General Financial Aid Information

    Created by the U.S. Department of Education, is an interactive Web site preparing students for college.
  • CollegeBoard Online
    An excellent overview of financial aid, as well as calculators with which you may estimate your family's contribution.
  • The Federal Student Aid Gateway
    A source for free information, guidance and tools for federal student assistance from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Federal Student Aid.
  • Student Aid on the Web
    The office within the U.S. Department of Education which handles financial aid. This is an excellent Web site devoted to furthering students and parents understanding of federal financial aid.

Tax Benefits

For additional information please contact Student Accounts