University of the Pacific's budget is intended to fulfill the University's mission of providing a superior, student-centered learning experience integrating liberal arts and professional education and preparing individuals for lifetime achievement and responsible leadership in their communities. This page offers resources for understanding the University budget and the process by which it is set each year. Please send feeback or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn about Pacific's project to make investments in academics, student support and other important areas.
President Eibeck showed this presentation during her tuition and budget town hall for students on March 19, 2013. A video of the town hall will be available for students on Inside Pacific.
The Institutional Priorities Committee is made up of faculty, University administrators, staff and students who study the budget each year and make recommendations to the President for changes to the budget.
See President Eibeck's budget proposal as approved by the Board of Regents on April 19, 2012.
This page lists the latest University audited financial statements, as filed each year with the IRS. This is a complete accounting of all spending at the University. As with all nonprofit universities, Pacific's latest posted financial statements are for the fiscal year 2010-11.
This presentation, given to students Wednesday, Jan. 11, summarizes the University budget, the budgeting process, and how students can give input.