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Graduate Admission

University of the Pacific
Knoles Hall 2nd Floor, Room 207 B
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211-0110

Stockton Graduate Student Resources

By paying the ASuop Fee, you are able to access our programs, which include a weekly film series and evening programming in the DUC Lair.  Additionally, we offer excursions to local attractions throughout the year.  We also have conference funding available on a first-come, first-served basis and support the Graduate Student Association.  We offer much more as well on our website.

Additional websites:
Twitter: @PacificTigers
Pacific students get in FREE to all Pacific athletic events. We will also host pre-game tailgates at select home games - more information on these events can be found on our Orange Army Facebook page. 

Bon Appetit
We also provide exclusive Catering Service for University of the Pacific.  Check out the menus and hours for our campus cafes!  

Career Resource Center
Phone: (209)946-2361
The Career Resource Center offers services that teach graduate students job search strategies and provides support for them as they advance in their careers.  We offer individualized career counseling appointments, online resources, employer workshops and events, and our online job search database (Tiger Jobs) to help graduate students successfully reach their career goals.

Counseling Services
Phone: (209)946-2315 x2
Location: Cowell Wellness Center, 1041 Brookside Road
Counseling Services 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, and our services are included in your health fee.  

Customer Support Center (CSC) Helpdesk
Phone: (209)946-7400 
The Customer Support Center Helpdesk supports the technology environment for all Pacific students. The Helpdesk helps with accounts inquiries, Pacific UMail email, and even help with personal workstation and device needs.

Department of Religious and Spiritual Life/Chaplain's Office
Phone: (209)946-2538
We provide programs and service opportunities that allow students to develop spiritually.  We provide the space for interfaith dialogue and for students to ask the hard questions.

Financial Aid
Phone: (209)946-2421 Fax: (209)946-2758
Location: Knoles Hall, First Floor
The Financial Aid Office coordinates graduate student award packages that may consist of: Loans, Graduate Assistantships, Project TEACH and Department Specific Funding.  

Graduate Student Association (GSA)
Contact 2017-2018 President Chris Cannon
We are your link to graduate student activities on campus!  Among other things, we provide students with community service opportunities, support services, and social activities. 

Pacific Health Services (Cowell Wellness Center)
Phone: (209)946-2315
Pacific Health Services is an on-campus medical clinic staffed with nurse practitioners, a physician and dietitian available to all students who pay the Cowell Wellness Center fee. This fee allows you to be seen at the clinic without paying an office visit co-pay, regardless of insurance and acts as the Primary Care Provider for students with student insurance. The Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) offered by Anthem Blue Cross is offered to all students enrolled in 1 or more units, but enrollment is not automatic unless you are registered for 9 or more academic units. For enrollment and waiver information please visit

Housing and Greek Life
Phone: (209)946-2331
Location: McCaffrey Center, 2nd Floor
Housing is available for Graduate students for the 2012-2013 academic year. We currently have spaces in our apartment communities and would love to have you on-campus. Help your friends become your neighbors! 

International Programs and Services
Phone: (209)946-2246
Location: Bechtel International Center<
Graduate students often face the challenge of teaching or mentoring international students who have unique needs that must be met in order for them to succeed in college.  International Programs and Services (IPS) provides resources to help change that challenge into an opportunity!

Multicultural Affairs
Phone: (209)946-7707
Location: McCaffrey Center, First Floor
Multicultural Affairs (MA) is dedicated to the creation and sustainability of a culturally inclusive community across and within the boundaries of culture, sexuality, gender, and other social identities.  MA offers programs, services, and sponsorships such as cultural heritage month observances, diversity leadership retreats, and intercultural trainings throughout the academic year.

Office of Alumni Relations
The Office of Alumni Relations serves all alumni of the University of the Pacific.

Office of Services for Students with Disabilities
Phone: (209)946-3221
Accommodations and support for those with documented disabilities.

PacificCard Office
Phone: (209)946-2273
The PacificCARD is your multi-purpose ID card and must be presented to enter numerous campus facilities, obtain services and access the library. Your card and related accounts are non-transferable and the card is valid only with a photo. Your PacificCARD may be deactivated and/or retained when presented by any individual other than the cardholder or by making inappropriate or illegal use of the card.

Pacific Fund's Student Philanthropy Program
Phone: (209)946-2500
Volunteer on the 2015-16 Student Philanthropy Council! Our academic year will focus on promoting the Student Philanthropy video contest, 2016 Class Gift Campaign, and Tuition Runs Out Day event.  Students who volunteer will receive incentives such as:  Exclusive lunch with Provost Maria Pallavicini, the invitation to the Brubeck Festival Concert during the Spring 2016 semester, access to key campus leaders, and more.

Pacific Recreation
Phone: (209)946-2811
Location: Headquarters in the Baun Fitness Center
All students at Pacific are eligible to use the Baun Fitness Center and participate in all the programs and activities offered through Pacific Recreation, including Sport Clubs, RecSports, and Tiger Escapes programs.  Grad students taking 8.5 or more units, that pay the ASuop fee, have access to the Baun Fitness Center through their fees.  Graduate students taking less than 8.5 units can purchase a membership at the Fitness Center.

Public Safety
Emergency Phone: (209)946-3911
Phone: (209)946-2537
The Department of Public Safety serves three purposes on campus including providing the same services of the City of Stockton Police, assisting in the planning and management of any special event you are hosting, and providing crime prevention information and presentations. The department has a student transportation unit as well and is piloting a campus shuttle.  

Office of the Registrar
Phone: (209)946-2135  
Location: Knoles Hall, First Floor
The Office of the Registrar maintains an academic record for each student who enrolls at the 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.

Stockton Convention & Visitor's Bureau
Phone: (209)938-1555
The Stockton Convention & Visitors Bureau is your guide to the city of Stockton.  We provide activity guides, maps, information, and the most up to date online events calendar in the county that will help you as you play and stay in Stockton.  Celebrate Stockton!

Student Accounts
Phone: (209)946-2517
Location: Finance Center
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. 

Student Conduct and Community Standards
Phone: (209)946-2177
The mission of the Student Conduct and Community Standards Office is to support Pacific's mission by reviewing and resolving alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct and University Policies in a fair, honest, and socially just manner that honors the needs and protects the safety of individual students and the Pacific community. Foundational to our work is the education of students through prevention, intervention, and leadership opportunities.

Sustaining Pacific
Phone: (209)946-2763
Contact Shanna N. Eller, Ph.D., Sustainability Director
Location: John Muir Center, Wendell Phillips Center 99
We support the Pacific community in its commitment to carefully evaluate short- and long-term social, economic, and environmental impacts of all decisions.

University Library
Phone: (209)946-2431
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!

Women's Center
Phone: (209)932-2815
Meeting Space, Healthy Relationship Peer Education Program, Advocacy and Support for gender and women's issues. Featuring the Graduate Women's Network on the first Wednesday of each month at noon! 

Writing Center
The Student Writing Center offers drop-in or scheduled one-on-one consultations with writing mentors who are trained as generalist readers and can assist with writing issues at any stage of the writing process. The University Writing Programs can assist graduate students with forming and facilitating informal writing groups, such as thesis-writing groups, and can also provide writing workshops on any writing-related topic, such as grant writing.

Office of the Registrar- Veterans Specialist
Contact: Tara Atkinson
Phone: (916)739-7106
Fax: (916)739-7254
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.