With nearly 40 years of experience, Pioneer Pacific College strives to teach each student a new vocation to further their careers. Programs include healthcare, paralegal, business, and culinary arts. This accredited school has locations across Oregon and continues to grow. The face-to-face and online instruction focuses on small class sizes and one-on-one instructor interaction.
Programs & Courses
Medical Billing and Coding
Baking and Pastry Arts
Criminal Justice & Law
4145 SW Watson Ave., #300, Beaverton, OR 97005
1701 SW Jefferson St., Portland, OR 97201
3800 Sports Way, Springfield, OR 97477
Financial Aid Services
Financial Officers are available to people who need help paying for college. Options for assistance consist of Pell grants, federal loans, and high school tuition credit. Graduating seniors may qualify for scholarships. Hopefuls must fill out the application on the web. Pioneer Pacific also offers a payment plan for those ineligible for aid.
Pioneer Pacific College guides prospective students through enrollment from start to finish. Admissions Officers discuss interests and goals, as well as answer questions about the programs. Applicants then complete a placement test to measure reading, writing, and math skills. Once accepted, orientation and classes can begin.
Several career advancement benefits are available. The staff helps with the job search process, including finding leads and preparing to interview. Before completing a Pioneer Pacific degree, attendees participate in a course that covers resumes, best practices, how to dress for interviews, and more.
Graduates are able to take advantage of a broad network of community employers. Local companies and agency recruiters work alongside Pioneer Pacific College to find the right employees. Alumni can also request transcripts using a convenient and secure online form.