The admissions requirements listed below have been established for all students:
Undergraduate students may take courses during provisional acceptance while the Registrar’s Office awaits official transcripts from:
If the Registrar’s Office does not receive all required documentation within three months of the date of admission, the students’ studies will be interrupted until all documents are received by the College. This interruption can affect financial aid eligibility.
4. International students who qualify for M-1 student visas are eligible for admission. Students must obtain a minimum of 450 on the TOEFL exam. Pacific College does not provide courses in ESL (English as a Second Language). All classes are taught in English. Students already in the United States may take the ATI assessment test. Applicants who meet the Pacific College admissions requirements will be sent a SEVIS I-20 form and registration information. International students are required to purchase health insurance in the United States. Such insurance should include major medical coverage to protect the student against financial catastrophe. Students are required to provide proof of health insurance covering their full enrollment. In the normal course of business, Pacific College will inform, advise, and assist international students; there is no charge for these services.
Admissions Procedures For Vocational Nursing Program
The following are required to complete application to the College:
Sources Of Credit
Pacific College accepts credit from regionally accredited institutions. It may also accept credits from institutions that are accredited by an agency which is approved by the Department of Education, provided that the quality of the institution can be verified and the credits otherwise comply with Pacific College guidelines. Pacific College may also accept credits from institutions which are accredited by non-CHEA member agencies provided they are recognized by the United States Secretary of Education.
The maximum number of lower-division credits acceptable for transfer to an associate degree program is 15 semester units. For a baccalaureate degree program, no more than 69 semester units are allowed.
The maximum number of upper-division credits acceptable for transfer is 12 semester units
Non-collegiate Credit Transfer
The maximum number of credits acceptable for non-collegiate learning is 15 semester units.
The credits may come from the following sources:
Ability To Benefit Students
Pacific College does not admit ATB students as all programs require a high school diploma or equivalent for admissions.
Credit For Previous Training
Students applying for advanced standing must submit official transcripts to the admissions department. Upon evaluation of the transcript, credit may be given for courses successfully completed with a grade of C or better at another accredited postsecondary institution where course and credit values are comparable to those offered at Pacific College. Transfer credits are not used in determining grade point averages. Transfer of credits for Vocational Nursing students is subject to the discretion of the Director of Nursing. A minimum of 25% of the course work must be completed at Pacific College.
Experiential Learning Credit
Except as required by law, Pacific College does not offer experiential learning credit.
Acceptance To The College
Upon completion of the required documents for admission, the College administration will review the information and offer the applicant a contract for enrollment, if s/he is accepted. If an applicant is not accepted, all fees paid are refunded except for fees for the entrance assessment, background check, and registration. Pacific College does not provide ESL instruction. Pacific College reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone.
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