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    Pacific At A Glance

    Facts and Figures - 2015

    University Enrollment
    Full-time Part-time Totals
    Stockton 4630 521 5151
    Undergraduate 3636 99 3735
    Graduate 375 406 781
    First Professional 619 16 635
    San Francisco  537 39 576
    Graduate 53 39 92
    First Professional 484 0 484
    Sacramento 370 184 554
    Graduate 17 60 77
    First Professional 353 124 477
    Total Enrollment 5537 744 6281

    Undergraduate Enrollment
    International (NRA) 6.7%
    Black, non-Hispanic  2.7%
    Am Ind/Alaskan Native 0.5%
    Asian/Pacific Islander  35.6%
    Hispanic  17.9%
    White, non-Hispanic 27.3%
    Two or more races 5.6%
    Race/Ethnicity unknown  3.7%
    Female 52%
    Male 48%
    Admissions
    Freshmen Applications 14449
    Freshmen Offers 9328
    Acceptance Rate 65%
    Freshmen Enrolled 937
    Yield Rate 10%
    Average SAT 1150
    Average HS GPA 3.45
    Top 10% of HS class 33%
    Retention
    Freshmen Persistence 86%
    6-yr Graduation Rate 70%
    Degrees (2014-15)
    Bachelor's Degrees 864
    Master's Degrees 367
    Doctor's Degrees 60
    First-prof Degrees 591
    Graduation Rates by Gender
    Female 75%
    Male 66%
    Graduation Rates by Ethnicity
    International (NRA) 46%
    Black, non-Hispanic  57%
    Am Ind/Alaskan Native 67%
    Asian/Pacific Islander  75%
    Hispanic  66%
    White, non-Hispanic 73%
    Two or more races 69%
    Race/Ethnicity unknown  53%
    Campus Life
    Out of State 7%
    Live on Campus 46%
    Non-traditional Age 6%
    Athletics NCAA Div I
    Clubs and Organizations 150+
    Faculty and Classes
    FT Instructional Faculty 429
    PT Instructional Faculty 339
    Student:Faculty Ratio 13 to 1
    Class < 20 Enrolled 56%
    Average Class Size 18
    Tuition and Expenses
    Tuition $42,414
    Required Fees $520
    Room and Board $12,858
    Books and Supplies (est) $1,764

    Stockton

    • Population: 343,203 (2010 US Census) 
    • Centrally located on the California Delta in the heart of Northern California, close to Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, and the Pacific Coast
    • 80 miles east of San Francisco
    • 45 miles south of Sacramento

    A comprehensive list of facts and figures about Pacific can be found on our Fast Facts page.
    A brief synopsis of the most recent college guide rankings assigned to University of the Pacific can be found on our Pacific Rankings web page.