Welcome to the Office of the President
"University of the Pacific has been committed to educational excellence for more than 160 years. A Pacific education unites liberal arts and professional learning. It empowers a student's intellectual, ethical, physical, social, and spiritual development. Learning at Pacific occurs through rich faculty and student relationships that often last a lifetime.
This powerful heritage will inform our future. Pacific 2020, our bold strategic plan, will help the University become the first choice for talented students in Northern California and beyond who seek a teaching-focused institution. Building on our core values and our mission, Pacific is poised to launch new programs, reach new students in new ways, enhance student success, and ensure that we are cutting-edge and innovative in our services.
All of us at University of the Pacific are honored to prepare students to attain their dreams and enrich their communities."
President, University of the Pacific
President Eibeck in the Press:
"Higher Education's Higher Accountability," Kristina Cowan for the American Council on Education, December 15, 2013
"The A-Word," Molly Corbett Broad, President of the American Council on Education, December 15, 2013
"10 questions with Pamela Eibeck," Lori Gilbert, Record Staff Writer, June 8, 2013
Spring 2015 Town Hall Meetings
- San Francisco Campus: March 4, 1 pm, Dorfman Hall (followed by open office hours, ERC)
- Sacramento Campus: March 9, 2 pm, Classroom C (open office hours 5-6 pm, Library 205)
- Student Town Hall, March 24, 12 pm, Grace Covell (pizza lunch served)
- Staff Address, March 31, 3pm, De Rosa University Center Ballroom (go.pacific.edu/Webcast)
- Stockton Town Hall, April 8, 12 pm, Grace Covell
Spring 2015 Open Office Hours for Students, Faculty and Staff (no appointment necessary)
- Jan. 20, 5-6 pm
- Feb. 18, 4:30-6 pm
- Mar. 17, 4:30-6 pm
- Apr. 22, 4:30-6 pm
- May 19, 4:30-6 pm
- June 16, 4:30-6 pm
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