University of the Pacific provides personalized learning and small class sizes, with professors passionate about their students’ success. It offer all the choices of a major university, with 10 schools and colleges and nearly 100 majors.
University of the Pacific is offering many scholarships for international students. The Powell Scholarship is the university’s premier academic merit award, and is designed to cultivate future leaders through mentoring, instruction and service.
International freshman students are welcome to apply for University of the Pacific’s Powell Scholarship. For the 2020-21 year, the Powell Scholarship is $42,000. Powell Scholars may receive additional funding for study abroad and research opportunities. The Powell Scholarship requires a separate application and interview process.
Opportunity Focus Area:
Asian Language and Studies
Geological and Environmental Sciences
Health Exercise and Sport Science
Note: If your native language is not English, you must submit official results from either the TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo English test in order to receive consideration for admission.
Note: SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing score of 570. If you have taken the SAT and would like to submit your score, you can do so, but it is optional.
Note: ACT Composite score of 22 or higher. If you have taken the ACT and would like to submit your score, you can do so, but it is optional.
Note: A cumulative high school GPA of 3.7 or higher (on an unweighted 4.00 scale).
Note: Undertaken a rigorous academic curriculum - Honors, AP, and/or IB courses.
Note: Demonstrated superior leadership skills in two or more areas, including but not restricted to student government, community service, cultural groups, research or creative activities.
Note: Scholarship award is $42,000.
Note: In addition to the generous scholarship award, Powell Scholars will have special access to research opportunities, study abroad programs, and nationally recognized speakers visiting Pacific. They participate in extensive mentoring and leadership development. Each Powell Scholar will have access to up to $5,000 for research projects and up to $2,500 for international travel.
Note: Records should list the subjects studied and the grade or mark received. Records should include copies of degrees, diplomas or certificates received. The University expects official copies of the original document in the official language of the educational system. If that language is not English, an official translation should be attached.
Note: Certification of Finances Form.
Note: Clear copy of passport photo page