In addition to being the most affordable, private, accredited Christian college in California, Life Pacific offers merit-based and financial-based aid to help students cover the cost of their education. Over 95% of LPC students receive financial aid to help cover the cost of their education. Our hope is to empower you with the resources you need to fund your education. Review the information below to learn more about institutional scholarships, outside scholarships, and grant programs.

Institutional Scholarships

Foursquare Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship is based on Merit and Financial eligibility. In order to be considered for this scholarship a student would need to fill out a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The Financial Aid office will determine, by the information off the FAFSA (eligibility) and the GPA requirement. The cumulative GPA must be a minimum of 3.30. The Foursquare Foundation Scholarship amount is determined after all other federal, state or institutional aid is awarded. This is also awarded on a first come, first serve basis until the funds are depleted.
Requirements: Submit Admission Application & FAFSA
Award amounts: Vary

Honors Scholarship

This is a Merit only scholarship. The award amount varies according to cumulative GPA ranges. A student must complete a FAFSA and awards are on a first come, first serve basis until funds are depleted. The Financial Aid office will determine based on completion of FAFSA and GPA.
How to apply: Submit Admission Application & FAFSA
Award amount: $1000 to $3000 per year

Life Grant

This scholarship is for dependents or spouses of Licensed Ministers who are actively serving and appointed to a church. There is an application process and must be submitted each academic year. The student must be registered for a minimum of 12 regular coursework units and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.50. Parents must be a licensed minister, appointed and serving in a local church. The parent can also be serving as a missionary, chaplain or evangelist.
How to apply: Submit Life Grant Application & FAFSA
Award amount: $2000.00 per year

Endowed Scholarships

These scholarships come from various donors, foundations and alumni. There is an application process and online applications are available during the spring semester, during the month of February. These scholarships are only offered to currently enrolled students in the Traditional program at LPC. The Office of Advancement facilitates the endowed scholarship and these are awarded in March for the following academic year.
How to Apply: Must be current LPC student. Applications provided during school year. 
Award amounts: Vary

Resident Advisor Scholarship

This is a scholarship that could cover a portion of room and board. There is an application process for this position and is facilitated by the office of the Resident Director. For more information on the RA position you may contact the office of the Resident Director.
How to Apply: Must be current LPC student and selected for Resident Advisor position. 
Award amount: $4,000.00 per year

Preview Scholarship and Other Admissions Scholarships

The Office of Admissions awards various scholarships to prospective students during preview days and summer camps.
How to Apply: Process varies per scholarship. Prospective students who apply at Fall or Spring Preview are eligible for Preview scholarship.
Award amount: $1,000.00 one time

Athletics Scholarships

Athletic scholarships vary in amount and determined by the Athletic Director and Coaches. 


Outside Scholarship Resources

Students are highly encouraged to apply for outside scholarships to help cover their cost of attendance. Check for scholarships that may be available through your employer, your parent's employers, or through businesses and civic organizations in your community. Here are a few scholarship websites to explore as well:


Grant Programs

Federal Pell Grant

The Federal Pell Grant Program provides federal funds for students of families that qualify. To be eligible, an applicant must be a United States citizen or permanent resident, demonstrate financial need, and must not have previously received a bachelor’s degree. Students may apply for the Pell Grant by filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Cal Grant 

The Cal Grant program provides awards for California resident applicants who demonstrate financial need and meet GPA requirements. California resident students may apply by filling out the FAFSA and a GPA Verification Form. To be eligible for a fall semester award, the student must submit an application and FAFSA by March 2nd.

California Dream Act

The California Dream Act is for non SSN (social security number) students. You will need to complete your online Dream Act Application here. You need to fill out the Dream Act application online every year if you already receive the Dream Act (CAL Grant). If you have never received the Dream Act then you must meet the March 2nd deadline date and submit a NON-SSN Cal Grant form. The applications for the Dream Act should be available after October 1st.

For your convenience, here is the Non-SSN GPA Verification Form.