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Are you transferring to Life Pacific University from another university or community college? We've got you covered! Our team is here to help you see how your earned credits transfer to your desired degree and set you up with an academic plan.

Re-entry Student

Life’s twists and turns often interrupt our educational paths. No matter why you stepped away, we’re eager to have you return. Reconnecting is straightforward—let’s resume from where we paused. Follow the 4 steps below to complete the re-entry application process. If you have any questions along the way, please connect with us at admissions@lifepacific.edu or (909)599-5433

Complete Online Application

Complete your online application. If you’ve already started an application, log in to your existing application and pick up right where you left off. If you haven't started the application process, create an account. The application typically takes about 15-20 minutes to complete.

Admission Requirements

  • Established Christian lifestyle, commitment to following Jesus, and commitment to abide by the colleges statement of faith and code of conduct.
  • Life Pacific University looks for students who are in top 50% of the class.

A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required for admission. Students with a GPA below 2.5 may be considered for admission on academic probation. Official transcripts must be received in a sealed, official school envelope. You will need to contact your school's Registrar's Office or guidance counselor to request that your transcripts be sent to LPU. Note that you completed any college-level coursework, you would need to submit those transcripts as well to receive a transcript evaluation.

Attn: Office of Admission
Life Pacific University
1100 West Covina Blvd
San Dimas, CA 91773

Unless you have any holds on your account, there are no additional requirements for readmission.

Account holds may include:

  • Medical hold — If your withdrawal was medically related, the Office of the Registrar requires a letter from the attending licensed medical doctor or psychiatrist verifying that your health has sufficiently improved to return to academic studies.
  • Academic hold — If you withdrew from Life Pacific for academic reasons, you will need to submit a letter of appeal to the Dean of Academic Affairs. For more information, contact the Office of the Registrar.
  • Business hold — Contact Student Accounts.

Note: If you have been absent from LPU for more than one year, you will need to submit a new application.

Next Steps

Schedule A Campus Tour

The best way to determine if Life Pacific University is the best fit for your college experience is to join us on campus for a tour or event. Discover all that LPU has to offer by reviewing our visit options and scheduling a personal campus tour or attending one of our upcoming events.

File your Fafsa

Complete the free application for Federal Student Aid at StudentAid.gov. Add LPU to your ‘schools list’ using our school code: 016029. Your FAFSA information and award package will be processed after you have submitted an application for admission. Processing takes 1-2 weeks.

Pay Your Enrollment Fee

Once accepted to LPU, secure your scholarships and reserve your spot in the incoming class by paying the one-time Enrollment Fee. Plus, it opens up room selection for you when housing opens. You can pay online through your portal, over the phone, or via mail. 

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