8/20/15

Benefits news: Three important questions for retirement planning

It's important to review your retirement planning periodically. A TIAA-CREF financial consultant can help. more

8/17/15

Stockton campus parking permits go on sale Aug. 24

Parking permits for the Stockton Campus will be available to purchase online from Aug. 24 to Sept. 6 and then in person in the Cashier's Office beginning Sept. 8 more

Emeritus art professor J. Ronald Pecchenino ’56 passed away Aug. 4
8/17/15

Emeritus art professor J. Ronald Pecchenino ’56 passed away Aug. 4

An outstanding professor, mentor and artist, his life was dedicated to creating, teaching, supporting and mentoring those in the art community. more

8/12/15

On-campus job opportunities for undergraduate students now required to be posted on Tiger Jobs

In order to stay in compliance with federal work-study guidelines, moving forward, all on-campus employment opportunities open to undergraduate work-study or non-work-study students must be posted on and process applications through Tiger Jobs. more

8/10/15

Benefits news: The back-to-school transition

Tips from your benefits provider on navigating the transition from summer vacation to back-to-school more

8/10/15

Faculty guest coaches needed

Get behind the scenes during a home game by volunteering as a faculty guest coach more

8/10/15

Benefits news: Caring for your children's teeth

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends bringing your child to the dentist before his or her first birthday more

8/5/15

Memorial Service For Pacific Supporter Max Paulsen Friday, Aug. 7

The Pacific family mourns the passing of long time Tigers' booster and friend, Max Paulsen, who passed away at the age of 92. more

8/3/15

Powell Match Lunch and Learn for faculty and staff

Learn more about how the Powell Match is being used to double the impact of donors' gifts.  more

7/31/15

Notice: Upcoming scheduled power outages on Stockton campus

Physical plant will cut power in various areas of the campus on August 4 and 5 to facilitate efforts to upgrade the University’s high voltage cabling systems. more