Institutional Data & Disclosures
- LPC’s five year average retention rate for first year students (2009-2013) is 66.5%
- 51% of students who enrolled in the traditional residential program in 2007 graduated within 6 years
- Fall 2013 Student to Faculty Ratio was 21:1
- 66.7% of full-time professors hold a terminal degree
- Fall 2013 FTE of 523 (322 in the traditional residential program)
- 35% minority; 21% Hispanic/Latino
- 25% of 2013 graduates were minority
- 79.72% of traditional undergraduate students (enrolled at least half-time) received Federal Student Aid in Fall 2012
- In 2012-2013, the average undergraduate student indebtedness at graduation was $15,510.33
Of 2013 graduates from undergraduate programs:
- 97% who pursued Foursquare licensing were approved by the licensing panel
- 80% had an immediate place of ministry
- 39% were in a paid ministry position
- 62% go on to graduate school (2013 Graduate Exit Questionnaire)
According to the 2012/13 National Survey of Student Engagement NSSE:
- 96% of first-year (FY) students rate their experience as good or excellent; 90% of seniors would choose this school again if they could start their college career over.
- 87% of FY students say their faculty are available, helpful and sympathetic.
- 60% of FY students frequently have serious conversations with those of a different race or ethnicity.
- 95% of (FY) students feel that this institution places substantial emphasis on academics.
- By spring of their senior year, 76% of students participate in some form of practicum, internship, field experience, co-op, or clinical assignment.
- By the time they are seniors, 78% of students participate in community service or volunteer work.
- 81% of FY students report that their peers are friendly, supportive, and give them a sense of belonging.
- 79% are currently active in ministry
- 56% are employed in their field of study
In January 2013, Life Pacific College undertook its new effort redesigning a comprehensive strategic planning process. Effective planning requires a collaborative endeavor with many stakeholders. Ours included students, staff, faculty, Foursquare Church leaders, pastors, alumni, and community representatives. Following an intense 12 month-long process, the College Board of Trustees approved the revised mission, vision, and values statements, along with a comprehensive plan for five years duration presented by the strategic planning group and administrative council.
Click Here to view the Strategic Plan Viewbook
Clery Act 2014
Campus Security Report 2013
A Legislative History of the Clery Act
The Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act (Public Law 101–542) was signed into law by President Bush in 1990 and went into effect on Sept. 1, 1991. Title II of this act is known as the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990. This act amends the Higher Education Act of 1965(HEA) by adding campus crime statistics and reporting provisions for postsecondary institutions. It requires the disclosure of crime statistics for the most recent three years, as well as disclosure of the institution’s current security policies. Institutions are also required to issue timely warnings when necessary. All public and private Title IV eligible institutions must comply with the requirements of this act which is enforced by the U. S. Department of Education (ED).