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    Pacific At A Glance

    Facts and Figures - 2016

    University Enrollment
    Headcount Full-time Part-time FTES
    Stockton Total 4897 4414 483 Stockton Total 4575.0
    Undergraduate 3483 3384 99 Undergraduate 3417.0
    Graduate 768 399 369 Graduate 522.0
    First Professional 646 631 15 First Professional 636.0
    San Francisco  638 565 73 San Francisco 589.3
    Graduate 154 81 73 Graduate 105.3
    First Professional 484 484 0 First Professional 484.0
    Sacramento 593 376 217 Sacramento 448.3
    Graduate 120 17 103 Graduate 51.3
    First Professional 473 359 114 First Professional 397.0
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    Total Enrollment 6128 5355 773 Total FTES 5612.7

    Undergraduate Enrollment Admissions Retention and Degrees
    International (NRA) 6.1% Freshmen Applications 8870 Freshmen Persistence 85%
    Black, non-Hispanic  3.2% Freshmen Offers 5853 6yr Graduation Rate 68%
    Am Ind/Alaskan Native <1% Acceptance Rate 66.0%
    Asian/Pacific Islander  37.2% Freshmen Enrolled 726 6yr Graduation Rates by Gender
    Hispanic  18.8% Yield Rate 12.4% Female 73%
    White, non-Hispanic 24.3% Average SAT 1163 Male 62%
    Multi-Ethnic 6.5% Average HS GPA 3.54
    Race/Ethnicity unknown  3.7% Top 10% of HS class 37% 6yr Graduation Rates by Ethnicity
    International (NRA) 48%
    Female 53% Faculty and Classes (2015-16) Black, non-Hispanic  53%
    Male 47% FT Instructional Faculty 429 Am Ind/Alaskan Native 64%
    PT Instructional Faculty 339 Asian/Pacific Islander  66%
    Undergraduate Demographics FT with Terminal Degree 92% Hispanic  69%
    San Joaquin County 26.8% Student:Faculty Ratio 13 to 1 White, non-Hispanic 71%
    Northern CA (incl S.J. County) 68.9% Class < 20 Enrolled 56% Two or more races 69%
    Southern CA 16.5% Average Class Size 19 Race/Ethnicity unknown  82%
    Out of state 6.6%
    International 6.1% Tuition and Expenses Student-Athlete Graduation Rates
    Unknown 1.9% Tuition $44,068
    Required Fees $520 Degrees Conferred 2015-16 (as of 10.5.16)
    Bachelor's Degrees 865
    Master's Degrees 392
    Doctor's Degrees 60
    First-Professional Degrees 488

    Stockton

    • Population: 305,658 (2015 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.