31%

Acceptance Rate

N/A

Avg.Financial Aid

001255

FAFSA Code

About Pacific Oaks College

Type Control of Institution - Public/Private

Private

Not-For-Profit

4 Years

Student Population Number of Students attending College

1,111

Website

www.pacificoaks.edu

Accreditation Accreditation is the process by which the quality of learning at various educational institutions are evaluated. Read More.

WASC

Religious Affiliation Indicates religious affiliation (denomination) for private not-for-profit institutions that are religiously affiliated.

Not applicable

On Campus Housing Does the institution provide on-campus housing?

No

Pacific Oaks College is a private non-profit institution, that was established in the year 1958, in order to train educators to make an impact in their communities through successful careers in Early Childhood Education.

They opened Pacific Oaks Children’s School with the belief that everyone has an inner light that is worth nurturing. Through the Quaker values of community, equality, and peace, they believed they could offer a progressive education that would help the world heal.

Pat Breen was the founding president of the college with the institution's mission is to prepare students to be culturally intelligent agents of change serving diverse communities in the fields of human development, education, and related family studies.

The College was built to bring an inclusive approach to early childhood education, teaching children to respect and embrace the differences that make others unique.

  • The total student population of the College is 1,197 which includes 56 full-time and 1,141 part-time students.

  • The student-faculty ratio of the college is 2: 1

  • The college got its regional accreditation and recognization from the WASC Senior College and University Commission.


Online Education at Pacific Oaks College

The online programs provided are flexible and accessible from anywhere and have been designed to meet the needs of students with a wide range of scheduling needs and learning styles.

  • Classes are typically offered in seven-week sessions, meeting the same levels of quality and rigor as on-campus programs.

  • The college also provides 24/7 support to their non-traditional students. A student can contact the support department through call, chat or mail anytime and resolve their issue.


Reviews

Some of the reviews that the college has got include the following.

  • Pacific Oaks has been a place that is filled with nurturing and encouragement right from the start. There are so many resources that are provided to ensure that all students feel equipped as well as empowered to grow and learn.

  • The staff members have been very helpful from the first interaction until the last second. Students keep getting calls and text messages to ensure that they are clear on all instructions and if needed assistance they are ready to help.

  • The College is valuable to each individual in helping them to find their calling and their authentic self.

  • The College is the place that allows others to be open and engage with open learning and dialogue. It’s beautiful, being a part of a community that helps set you up with all that you might possibly need to succeed.

Location & Contact

Address

55 Eureka Street

Contact

Email: N/A
Phone: 6265298500
Fax: 6265298500
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Admissions

Application Deadline Deadline for application submissions. Please contact the school for more details.

N/A

Acceptance Rate Percentage of applicants who are accepted in an Institution.

31%

SAT Range

N/A

ACT Range

N/A

Application Fee

$55

SAT/ACT

Neither required nor recommended

High School GPA

Required

Accept Common App

None

Annual Cost to Attend

Net Price Cost of attendance minus any grants and scholarships received.

Average Annual Cost

$13,478

Books And Supplies

$1,736

Other Fees

$210

Academics

Highest Degree Offered The highest degree offered by the Institution.

Master's degree

Student:Faculty Ratio

5:1

Full-Time Retention Rate Percent of the that re-enrolled at the institution as either full- or part-time in the current year.

N/A

Part-Time Retention Rate Percent of the that re-enrolled at the institution as either full- or part-time in the current year.

N/A

Academic Calendar

Semester

Research Funding per Student

N/A

Faculty Overview

29%

Male Professors

71%

Female Professors

Non-traditional Learning

Evening Degree Programs

Teacher Certification

Distance Education

Study Abroad

Majors

Human Development, Family Studies,...

188 Graduates

Teacher Education and Professional...

57 Graduates

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Student Body

Undergraduate Students

476

Socio-Economic Diversity Percent of full-time, first-time students receiving an income-based Federal Pell Grant intended for low-income students.

60%

Full-time

1%

Part-time

99%

Students Gender

Male

8%

US National: 44%

Female

92%

US National: 56%

LGBTQIA STUDENT RESOURCE GROUPS

ON CAMPUS WOMEN'S CENTER

Race/Ethnicity

19% White

6% Unknown

11% Black

57% Hispanic

3% Two or more races

0 Non Resident alien

4% Asian

0 American Indian/Alaska native

0 Native Hawaiians/Pacific islander

Geographic Density

Geographic Density

High

0

Unknown Location

17%

Out Of State

83%

In State

0

Foreign

Economic Diversity

36% percentage of students who recieved an income-based Federal Pell Grant intended for low-income students.

Median Household Income

$60,596 per year

Campus Life

Housing

The institution does not provide on-campus housing facilities for students.

On Campus Housing Available

No

Freshmen Required to Live on Campus

No

Freshmen Live on Campus

N/A

Undergrads in College Housing

N/A

Averege Housing Cost

N/A

Campus Food

The institution does not provide any meal plan options.

Meal Plan Available

No

Average Meal Plan Available

N/A

Athletes

Division Sports Nickname

N/A

School Colors

N/A

Varsity Athletics Association

N/A

Varsity Athletics Conference Primary

Not applicable

Total Male Athletes

N/A

Total Female Athletes

N/A

Intramural Sports

N/A

Sports Club

N/A

Campus Safety

24-Hour Security Patrol

No

Campus Emergency Phones

No

24-Hour Escort Safety rides

No

Mobile Campus Emergency Alert

No

After Graduation

Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation

$38,900/year

Median Earnings 10 Years After Graduation

$42,800/year

Median Total Debt After Graduation The median cumulative federal debt of undergraduate borrowers who graduated.

$0 $100,000

$25,000

$25,000

Typical Monthly Loan Payment The median monthly loan payment for student borrowers who completed, if it were repaid over 10 years at a 4.53% interest rate.

$259 - 259

Outcomes 8 Years of Attending

Show data for students who

and started their studies

Out of 7,811 students

30% Graduated

10% Still Enrolled

15% Transfer

1% Withdraw

Financial Aid

Scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study options are available to the students who are in need of financial aid. The financial aid department of the college is committed to working with students and helping them identify the resources available for them to make their education affordable.

Students are required to fill in the FAFSA form to avail these facilities. Pacific Oaks College federal school code is 001255.

  • Federal Aid includes Pell Grant, Direct Subsidized Loan, Direct Unsubsidized loan, Federal Work-Study, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) and Direct PLUS Loans.

  • State Aid includes Cal Grant and a few more.

  • Institutional Aid consists of Donor-based Scholarships, Community Psychology Scholarship, Community Involvement Scholarship, International Student Scholarship, and Alumni Scholarship.

  • Military Aid consists of Post 9/11 GI Bill, and few more.