Pacific Union College is excited to announce a tuition freeze for Fall 2016!
PUC is committed to making a quality Christian liberal arts education affordable. This year, tuition will remain at $27,999.*
A freeze on tuition means that PUC’s nearly 1,600 undergraduate students and new students for Fall 2016 will not have to be concerned about meeting the demands of higher tuition costs. The average financial aid package significantly reduces the cost of attending PUC.
To improve students’ financial aid packages, PUC has increased many of its scholarships for Fall 2016. And, 100% of PUC students receive financial aid.
- The Maxwell Scholarship, PUC’s most prestigious award, now awards five students renewable full tuition (worth approximately $112,000 over four years).
- The Academic Achievement and Mostert Christian Leaders scholarship amounts were also increased.
- A new scholarship, the Legacy Scholarship, awards a $1,500 renewable scholarship to students whose biological parent or legal guardian attended PUC.
Combined with scholarships and grants, PUC awards student over $16 million in financial aid. In 2014-2015, the average out-of-pocket payment was $6,810.
More information and scholarship applications can be found at puc.edu/scholarships, and students are encouraged to have the necessary materials submitted by the March 2 deadline.
To learn more about your financial aid options, contact our Student Financial Services office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800.862.7080 option 1 to talk with a Financial Counselor.
* The freeze does not include room and board, which are each set to increase at just under three percent.
Editor’s note: This is dated material and does not necessarily reflect how the student financial services office at PUC and the financial process currently operates. Please contact your financial counselor for more information.