The Open University Program at University of the Pacific allows members of the community to register for regular University courses without having to apply for admission to Pacific or to submit transcripts.
Open University students attend the first class meeting and confirm space availability with the professor.
However, Open University students may not register for a class until the class meets for the third time.
They participate in all class assignments, projects, and exams along with matriculating students and must abide by all regulations, policies and procedures governing the University’s regular courses.
For more information, contact CPCE at 209.946.2424.
Who May Register?
Open University is open to non-matriculating students only. Students formally admitted to the University, including international students on F-1 visas, may not enroll in classes through Open University.
Students may apply up to 24 units of credit earned through Open University to a baccalaureate degree at Pacific and up to 12 units of credit to a graduate degree.
Check with the appropriate academic department before enrolling in each course, as each department decided which courses may be applied toward a degree.