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Sacramento Graduate Student Resources

  

Office of the Registrar
Phone: (209) 946-2135
E-mail: registrar@pacific.edu
Website: http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/AdministrationOffices/Office-of-the-Registrar.html
Location: Knoles Hall, First Floor (Stockton Campus)
The Office of the Registrar maintains an academic record for each student who enrolls at University of the Pacific. Our website offers information and resources for current students, prospective students, faculty and staff, and alumni. It is home to the Academic Calendar, Schedule of Classes, the General Catalog, Articulation Agreements, Degree Evaluations, important dates and deadlines, fee information, forms, and more.

Student Accounts
Phone: (209) 946-2517
E-mail: studentaccounts@pacific.edu
Website: http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Student-Services/Student-Accounts.html
Location: Administration Building, First Floor (Sacramento Campus) and Finance Center, First Floor (Stockton Campus)
The mission of Student Accounts is to support and advise students in understanding their financial obligations to Pacific with the patience and effective communication that will encourage their development into financially responsible adults. We interact daily with students, parents, faculty, staff and administrators along with outside agencies either in person, by phone, fax or email and provide assistance with questions regarding billing charges. We are here to help you with your questions regarding your student account!

Financial Aid
Phone: (209) 946-2421
Fax: (209) 946-2758
E-mail: financialaid@pacific.edu
Website: www.pacific.edu/financialaid
Location: Knoles Hall, First Floor (Stockton Campus)
The Financial Aid Office coordinates graduate student award packages that may consist of: loans, graduate assistantships, Project TEACH and department specific funding.

Pacific Technology
Phone: 
(916) 739-7325
E-mail: 
_helpdesk@pacific.edu
Website:
 http://www.pacific.edu/Sacramento-Campus/Sacramento-Technology-Services.html 
Location: 
Sacramento Campus & Law Library, First Floor (Sacramento Campus) 
The Customer Support Center Helpdesk supports the technology environment for all Pacific students. The Helpdesk assists with accounts inquiries, Pacific email, and can even help with personal workstation and device needs. 

Public Safety
Jackie Long
, Director
Phone: 
(916) 739-7200  (During power outage, dial (916) 217-0896) 
Website: 
http://mcgeorge.edu/Students/Services/Public_Safety.htm
Location: 
Muddox Building, First Floor (Sacramento Campus)
The Pacific Sacramento Campus Public Safety Department provides 24-hour patrol and crime prevention services for the Sacramento campus, along with its students, employees and visitors. Our Mission is to provide a safe and secure campus environment for all.

Pacific Health Services
Phone: 
(209) 946-2315 select option 1 for an appointment 
Website: 
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Student-Services/Health-Services/Services/Sacramento.html 
Location: 
Muddox Building, First Floor (Sacramento Campus) and Cowell Wellness Center, 1041 Brookside Road (Stockton Campus)
We provide primary care services for the treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, routine physicals, immunizations, referrals, medication management and women's care. To use these services, you do not need to be enrolled in the student health insurance plan (SHIP) but you must pay a $120 Cowell Wellness Center fee each semester or $20 access fee per visit. If you would like to enroll in SHIP, you must submit an enrollment form. Please contact the Insurance Office, if you have additional questions regarding SHIP.          

University Library (Stockton Campus)
Phone: (209) 946-2431 
Contact: http://www.pacific.edu/Library/Get-Help/Research-Help.html
Website: http://www.pacific.edu/Library.html
As a graduate student at Pacific, you’ll be doing intensive research. The University Library can help - from friendly librarians who can teach you the most efficient search strategies for the Library’s high quality research resources, to our extensive collection of online guides arranged by major/program, to tools like RefWorks, which can help manage your research and also generate “Works Cited” lists almost effortlessly. Check us out! 

Sacramento Campus & Law Library
Phone: (916) 739-7131
Website: http://www.mcgeorge.edu/Library.htm
The Sacramento campus and law library serves both the University community and the McGeorge School of Law. The campus library cooperates with the University Libraries system in supporting the education and research needs of University of the Pacific students and faculty by providing study and research space and partnering with Stockton-based reference librarians.

Office of Services for Students with Disabilities 
Phone: (209) 946-3221 
Email: ssd@pacific.edu
Website: www.pacific.edu/disabilities   
Location: McCaffrey Center, First Floor (Stockton Campus)
The Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) coordinates support for students with disabilities. We work with approximately nine percent of Pacific's students, including those with learning disabilities, ADHD, chronic health conditions, traumatic brain injuries, hearing impairments, physical disabilities, psychological disorders, visual impairments and other health impairments. We also assist students who experience temporary medical conditions and injuries who may need accommodations.

Counseling Services  
Phone: (209) 946-2315 select option 2 for an appointment    
Website: go.pacific.edu/SacramentoCAPS
Location: Muddox Building, First Floor (Sacramento Campus) and Cowell Wellness Center, 1041 Brookside Road (Stockton Campus) 
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides confidential counseling through crisis consultation, individual, group and couples therapy, as well as psychiatric consultation and medication management. We offer a place where your voice and needs will be heard. We are committed to your well-being. To use the services, you do not need to be enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Program (SHIP) but you must pay a $120 Cowell Wellness Center fee each semester. There is a $20 access fee per visit while not enrolled (e.g., summer). 

Career Resource Center   
Phone: 
(209) 946-2361
Website:
 www.pacific.edu/careers   
Location:
 McCaffrey Center, Second Floor (Stockton Campus)
The Career Resource Center (CRC) engages undergraduate and graduate students in the career development process to help them achieve their professional goals. The CRC offers resources for students, alumni, and employers to connect with one another in order to find and fill career opportunities that impart meaningful contributions to their communities. 

Office of Alumni Relations 
Phone: (209) 946-2391 
Email: pacificalumni@pacific.edu 
Website: www.pacificalumni.org  
The Pacific Alumni Association is engaged in creating and promoting opportunities for alumni to be actively involved with the entire University community and its students and faculty. The Association is a non-dues based organization and every student who attended Pacific for at least one year (24 credit hours) and left in good standing is considered a member.

Student Conduct and Community Standards 
Phone: 
(209) 946-2177 
Email:  
studentconduct@pacific.edu 
Website: 
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Safety-and-Conduct/Student-Conduct.html 
Student Conduct and Community Standards (Student Conduct) is responsible for supporting a diverse and inclusive campus environment where students flourish by providing education and enforcement of the Student Code of Conduct and University Policies found in the Tiger Lore: Student Code of Conduct. Student Conduct provides prevention education on topics including plagiarism, alcohol, other drugs, sexual misconduct, active bystander behavior and partners with student, staff, and faculty across department and campuses with respect to student conduct concerns. 

Student Clubs and Organizations 
Phone: 
(209) 946-2011  
Website: 
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Activities-and-Programs/Clubs-and-Organizations.html
Pacific believes that education happens as much outside the classroom as within. The University experience offers you opportunities that will challenge and round out your classroom learning. One of the many ways to enrich your educational experience is to participate in campus activities and organizations. Involvement outside the classroom can enhance leadership skills, professional contacts, opportunity to practice the classroom theory. If you are interested in starting a new organization or expanding the reach of an organization based on one of the other Pacific campuses, contact Student Leadership and Involvement on the Stockton campus or Associate Dean of Students, Heather Dunn Carlton for more information.  

Office of the Registrar- Veterans Specialist 
Contact: Tara Atkinson 
Phone: (916)739-7106
Fax: (916)739-7254
Email: tatkinson@pacific.edu
Website: http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Student-Services/Veteran-Services.html
As the VA Specialist, I help assist Veterans in utilizing their VA education benefits at Pacific to meet their education goals. In addition, I provide guidance during their transition from a soldier to a student to help pave their way to academic success at Pacific.  I have open drop-in hours on the Stockton campus in the Registrar's Office most Thursdays, and I am routinely available on other days on the Sacramento campus.  I am also available by phone and via email when in-person visits are not convenient.