University of the Pacific was established July 10, 1851, as California's first chartered institution of higher learning. It was founded by pioneering Methodist ministers and remains the only Methodist-related university in California.
The university offers more than 80 undergraduate areas of study in 11 schools and colleges, more than 30 graduate and professional programs and 12 accelerated programs.
The Institutional Research office serves the university by investigating the processes of higher education, providing analytical data management, meeting both internal and external information reporting needs, and supporting decision making.
Career Services supports students in developing and achieving career goals that lead to meaningful lives. Navigate the map below to find out where students have had internships, been hired, or accepted into graduate programs. Menu can be found by clicking the square at the top left corner of the map.
Support Services are here to make your life on campus easier. Get information about your student account, loans, financial aid, insurance, health services, or counseling. Get help with academic success, your computer, access your PacificCard, or get help because of a disability; it's all here.
The Sacramento campus and law library serves both the University community and the McGeorge School of Law. The campus library cooperates with the University Libraries system in supporting the education and research needs of University of the Pacific students and faculty by providing study and research space and partnering with Stockton-based reference librarians.
Student Health Services offers comprehensive medical care to all Sacramento, Stockton and San.
There are dozens of campus student clubs, Greek organizations, professional organizations, and academic activities that are open to the campus community. Whether you are looking for a political cause, a way to meet people of your faith or ethnicity, or simply want a snow-boarding partner or want to see a concert or movie, it's easy to find interesting activities or events around campus.Pacific's Stockton campus has its own movie theater, a museum, several gymnasiums, a fitness center, live theatrical performances, a concert hall, and even a small student-oriented nightclub that hosts local bands and comedians.
Pacific Recreation provides a comprehensive list of programs and services to meet the fitness and leisure needs of the diverse Pacific community. Our goal: Maximum participation & enjoyment!
The University of the Pacific is fully accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
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