Super Bowl-winning coach and Pacific alumnus Pete Carroll '73 '78 revisits his college turf
5/13/15

Super Bowl-winning coach and Pacific alumnus Pete Carroll '73 '78 revisits his college turf

After two appearances at the Super Bowl, one Vince Lombardi trophy, two national college championships and a 97-19 record at football-powerhouse USC, Seattle Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll ’73, ’78 has returned to visit his alma mater. more

5/12/15

Open forums for candidates for CIO

Each of three finalists will be on campus during the coming weeks more

5/8/15

Benefits News: Pregnancy and Oral Health

Oral health is especially important during pregancy more

5/8/15

Benefits news: Hormones affect on vision

Vision problems occur for a variety of reasons, but an imbalance of hormone levels could actually be the underlying cause.  more

Bestselling novelist awards scholarships for aspiring teachers
5/8/15

Bestselling novelist awards scholarships for aspiring teachers

Recipients of the James Patterson Teacher Education Scholarship will receive $6,000 per year toward their education. more

5/5/15

City police dispose of suspicious device near campus

A suspicious device reported on private property across from campus was safely disposed of by the Stockton police  more

English and Ethnic Studies Professor Xiaojing Zhou receives Pacific's 2015 Distinguished Faculty Award
4/28/15

English and Ethnic Studies Professor Xiaojing Zhou receives Pacific's 2015 Distinguished Faculty Award

Zhou was selected for her research achievements in literature and for her innovative teaching and mentoring of students  more

4/20/15

Traffic and parking restrictions planned for commencement ceremonies

Parking and traffic will be limited on the west side of the campus in Stockton as the University prepares for commencement ceremonies on May 9 and May 16. more

4/19/15

Getting foster youth through college will take structured support, study concludes

The college graduation rate for students who have lived in foster care is 3 percent, among the lowest of any demographic group in the country. And this rate is unlikely to improve unless community colleges institute formal programs to assist foster youth both financially and academically. more