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Alumni, parents, friends, businesses and foundations have generously provided a special set of scholarships available to students attending Fresno Pacific. Several of these scholarships are reserved for graduate students. A separate application is required. View our FPU private scholarship site.
There are literally thousands of FPU and outside scholarships available to students who qualify. Many scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement, need, student background, talents or past and future involvement in a variety of activities. The greatest value in scholarships lies in knowing that they do not have to be repaid.
For more information about applying for scholarships, visit www.scholarshiphelp.org. We also have a list of scholarship websites for your reference:
Alumni, parents, friends, businesses and foundations have generously provided a special set of scholarships available to students attending Fresno Pacific. Several of these scholarships are reserved for degree completion students. A separate application is required. View our FPU private scholarship site.
Each year, FPU offers over $8 million in aid to help make our personal approach to a university education affordable. Along with institutional funds, FPU also offers several state and federal grants, as well as public and private scholarships and private and federal loans. We also offer tuition waivers for the immediate family members of FPU employees.
Listed below is a table of the various awards offered at FPU.
Fresno Pacific University offers a variety of federal, state and private financial aid programs to assist students who would benefit from an education but need financial aid. Such students are encouraged to apply for assistance. More than 97 percent of FPU students receive financial assistance in the form of loans, grants, scholarships and many on-campus employment opportunities.
Loans are a type of financial aid that must be repaid. Loan funds are intended to assist a student in educational expenses only. A student should consider their future loan debt and ability to repay before committing to borrow. Please read the information on loan repayment and calculations and on debt management to learn more.
There are three types of loans available to assist with educational costs for degree completion students. Both the Direct Loan and the PLUS Loan are federal loans processed by the U.S. Department of Education.