Empowering parents to inspire first-generation college-goers

University of the Pacific researchers have developed and tested a new approach to empower parents to guide their children on a path to college. more


University of the Pacific Advocates with AICCU partners to save Cal Grant

While advocacy efforts are beginning to see growing support to repeal Cal Grant cuts, more support is needed. Let your voice be heard through AICCU's 2014 Students First Alliance campaign. more


Change to sales tax rate effective April 1, 2014

The Stockton sales tax rate increased to 9% as of April 1. There was no change to sales tax in Sacramento and San Francisco. more

Anti-violence programs make up Enough is Enough Week, April 7-11

Anti-violence programs make up Enough is Enough Week, April 7-11

Finding ways to prevent violence in our communities is the driving force behind a weeklong set of events during Enough is Enough Week more


Pacific McGeorge Celebrates 90th Anniversary

More than 400 attended March 15 event that raised money for the Pacific McGeorge Public Legal Services Society more


Pacific ASDA Chapter Recognized for Outstanding Fundraising

Dugoni School of Dentistry Chapter brings home the prestigious ASDA Gold Crown Award more


Commuter survey on traffic concerns

The San Joaquin Council of Governments and Sacramento Area Council of Governments are partnering to develop innovative transportation management solutions in our area and are asking for your input more


Nominations Open for 2014 Enough is Enough Award

The Dr. Steve Jacobsen "Enough is Enough" Award will recognize individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to social justice and advancing peace more


Healing power of music to be explored at conference

For 75 years, University of the Pacific has educated music therapists who have become leaders in their field. They will gather Saturday at a symposium to celebrate this legacy. more