Life Pacific College is accredited by WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), and Association for Biblical Education (ABHE).
WSCUC Senior College and University Commission
Life Pacific College is accredited by WSCUC, WASC Senior College and University Commission.
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Alameda, CA 94501
WSCUC Accreditation Update and Reaffirmation
President Jim J. Adams received the WSCUC (our accrediting body) Commission Action Letter with VERY GOOD NEWS on Friday, March 6, 2015. The Commission found Life Pacific College in substantial compliance with ALL WSCUC standards and confirmed the Commission’s 2011 reaffirmation of LPC’s accreditation through our next review in 2018. You can view the Commission’s Action Letter and the Special Visit Team’s report.
LPC is also accredited through ABHE. ABHE is a United States Department of Education (USDE) recognized accrediting agency and member of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
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Students are encouraged to follow the grievance policy outlined in the College Catalog.
An individual may contact the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education for review of a complaint. The bureau may be contacted at:
2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400
Sacramento, CA 95833
Telephone: (916) 431-6924
FAX: (916) 263-1897
Institutional Data & Disclosures
- LPC’s five-year average retention rate for first year students (2012-2016) is 66%
- 45% of students who enrolled in the traditional residential program graduated within 6 years (five-year average)
- Fall 2016 Student to Faculty Ratio was 15.7 to 1
- 64% of full-time professors hold a terminal degree
- 2015/2016 unduplicated headcount of 686
- Fifty-eight percent of the LPC student body is made up of historically under-represented populations (31% of whom are Hispanic/Latino)
- 84% of full-time traditional undergraduate students received Federal Student Aid; 55% received Pell Grants
- 85% of full-time traditional undergraduate students received some form of student aid
- 51% of full-time traditional undergraduate students received institutional student aid
- In 2015-2016, the average undergraduate student indebtedness at graduation was $26,652
Of 2016 graduates from undergraduate programs:
- 95% who pursued Foursquare licensing were approved by the licensing panel
- 75% had an immediate place of ministry
- 78% intend to go on to graduate school
According to the 2015/16 National Survey of Student Engagement NSSE:
- 89% of first-year (FY) students and 92% of seniors rate their experience as good or excellent
- 100% of FY students and 92% of seniors would choose LPC again if they could start their college career over.
- 85% of FY students very often or often have discussions with those of a different race or ethnicity
- 82% of FY students feel that LPC places a high emphasis on providing support to help students succeed academically.
- 79% of FY students feel that LPC places a high emphasis on providing support for students overall well-being.
- 45% have gone on to further education
- 94% of those seeking employment are employed; 45% in their field of study
- 81% are currently active in ministry
- 91% are satisfied with their educational experience at LPC
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.
Voter Registration Information
Life Pacific College encourages students to register to vote. As Christians, we recognize human government as an ordinance of divine appointment, and teach obedience to it as a sacred duty, within its legitimate sphere. We also have a responsibility to assure good government, and we exercise this responsibility when we vote. Furthermore, the 1998 Higher Education Act requires all post-secondary institutions to make a good-faith effort to distribute voter registration forms to each degree or certificate-seeking student who attends classes on campus. The following information is provided to assist you in registering to vote either in California or in your home state.
In order to vote, you must be a U.S. citizen and at least 18 years old at the time of the next election. As a college student you may register either in California using your college residential address or at home using your permanent home address. When completing your voter registration form please note that P.O. boxes are not permitted as your residential/home address. If you live on-campus, list the address of the college as your home address and if you live off-campus use your off-campus street address.
California registration forms are available on-line at www.cavotes.org/vote/register. Forms are also available at post offices, libraries, city hall, or department of motor vehicle offices.
For information regarding California registration deadlines please see the California State Board of Elections website: www.sos.ca.gov/elections.