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2022-2023 Academic Year Tuition and Fees Announcement

Each year Warner Pacific University sends students an email with information on tuition and fees for the upcoming year. This information does not change the cost of the current academic year.

Attached you will find our letter sharing the planned tuition and fees for the 2022-2023 academic year in English and Spanish.

2022-2023 Tuition and Fees Letter in English

2022-2023 Tuition and Fees Letter in Spanish

WPU Welcomes New University Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministries

Warner Pacific University (WPU) welcomes Dr. Rev. Angulus Wilson as the new University Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministries. His first day at WPU is November 15, 2021.

“Chaplains are essential to higher education where students are seeking to explore and deepen understanding of their faith and who they are to be in this world,” noted President Dr. Brain Johnson. “By accompanying students through their demanding schedules, Rev. Wilson can address questions, doubts, failures as well as illuminate and ignite purpose in our students.”

For 30 years Dr. Wilson has served in national and international ministry. As a University Pastor and church planter he has started congregations across North America, and matriculated through several Universities of higher learning. Angulus has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Fresno Pacific University, a Master’s Degree in Spiritual Formation and Evangelism from Wheaton College, and Doctorate of Ministry from Azusa Pacific University.

Because of his passion for making disciples and equipping students for the work of ministry, he develops International Bible Schools, conferences and seminars to train leaders for Christian service.

“There is no greater joy than to serve students in this critical time of formation on their journey, said Rev. Wilson. “To be an exegetical guide in their maturation is worth more than the tongue can tell. I’m truly honored and excited to be a part of the Warner Family.”

Rev. Wilson is married to Sharon Wilson, and together they have shared the wonderful duty of raising three sons.

New VP of Enrollment and Recruiting Named

Warner Pacific University (WPU) is pleased to announce Dwight Sanchez as its new Vice President for Enrollment and Recruiting. The university looks forward to benefitting from his proven track record to expand WPU’s enrollment efforts not only in the Pacific Northwest, but throughout the country and other countries as well. In this role, Sanchez will have the responsibility of accelerating a comprehensive enrollment management plan overseeing undergraduate and professional and graduate student enrollment, enrollment and retention marketing, as well as Student Financial Services/Financial Aid.

Prior to joining WPU, Sanchez increased enrollment to significant record levels for several universities including Minority-Serving Institutions (MSI). At Virginia Union University, his enrollment strategy increased new students by 24 percent and total undergraduate enrollment by seven percent over 2019 enrollment numbers. As Chief Enrollment Officer for the University System of the District of Columbia new student enrollment, total graduate enrollment, and full-time enrollment all posted increases, while total retention also increased by 25 percent. Prior to that, Sanchez served at Clark Atlanta University (CAU) and Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU). Both institutions saw significant increases in new student yield rates, student diversity, and overall enrollment.

“Dwight is creative and highly innovative as well as data-driven and outcome-focused,” noted WPU President Brian Johnson. “This unique proven skill set will take us to the next level in expanding enrollment channels and ensuring stability in higher education’s highly competitive markets.”

Sanchez is a renowned author, presenter, and panelist on the subject of enrollment management as well as recruitment strategies, retention efforts, and leadership enrollment management.

Sanchez, an Afro-Latino, is bi-lingual and earned his bachelor degrees from JCSU in both Spanish and English. He also holds certificates in Enrollment Management Leadership as well as College Admissions Harvard Summer Institute on college admissions.

Spring 2021 BOOK RETURN

With the semester winding down, we wanted to offer a friendly reminder that it is your responsibility to return your textbooks.

You have two options for return:  

  1. Return your books to the campus mailroom – If you are on or near campus it is preferred that you drop your books off at the campus mailroom.
  2. Ship them yourself – If you are not returning to campus before your rental due date, visit https://warnerpacific.treeoflifebooks.com  and scroll down to select the Warner Pacific University logo. Click “Log In” at the top right of the screen. Once you have logged on, you will click on Return Rentals and print a prepaid shipping label.

To avoid additional charges on your student account either return your textbooks by Friday, May 7, 2021, or have them postmarked by that date.

Textbook Pickup FAQ

When can I pick up my books?

Textbooks packages will be available in the Student Life Center from 10:00am to 5:00pm on Friday January 7th and Monday the 11th through Friday the 15th. Starting Monday the 18th, books can be picked up from the Mailroom from 9:00am to 6:00pm, Monday through Friday.

Where can I pick up my books?

Textbooks packages will be available in the Student Life Center from Thursday January 6th through Friday the 15th. After Monday the 18th, books will be available in the Mailroom.

What if I registered late or added a class late?

Tree of Life will send your books separate from the initial shipment, and it should arrive about a week after you add the class. Any late textbook packages will be available in the Student Life Center until the end of the day on January 15th, then will be available in the Mailroom.

What if I’m not on campus?

If you don’t live in the Portland area and will only be taking classes online, please email Aaron at mail@warnerpacific.edu, and he can ship your books to you.

End of Semester Book Return

With the semester winding down, we wanted to offer a friendly reminder that it is your responsibility to return your textbooks.

You have two options for return:  

  1. Return your books to the campus mailroom – If you are on or near campus it is preferred that you drop your books off at the campus mailroom.
  2. Ship them yourself – If you are not returning to campus before your rental due date, visit https://warnerpacific.treeoflifebooks.com  and scroll down to select the Warner Pacific University logo. Click “Log In” at the top right of the screen. Once you have logged on, you will click on Return Rentals and print a prepaid shipping label.

To avoid additional charges on your student account either return your textbooks by Friday, December 11, 2020, or have them postmarked by that date.