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    Pacific At A Glance

    Facts and Figures

    • Pacific was founded July 10, 1851 as California's First Chartered University
    • 80 + Undergraduate Majors and 17 Graduate Programs in 9 Schools and Colleges
    • 4-year private, co-educational university, with a dental school in San Francisco and a law school in Sacramento
    • Four-Year Graduation Guarantee for incoming freshmen
    • 15 NCAA Division I Athletic Programs
    • 140+ Clubs and Recreational Organizations
    • Traditional brick and ivy campus, 175 acres with more than 100 species of regional and international trees.
    • The campus has been the setting for more than a dozen movies, including Raiders of the Lost Ark.

    Academic Profile (2014 Admitted Freshmen)

    • Average GPA (Unweighted, Grades 9-12) 
      All Freshman: 3.6
      Pre-Health*: 3.8
       
    • Average SAT (Combined Verbal+Math+Writing) 
      All Freshman: 1800
      Pre-Health*: 2000
       
    • Average ACT Composite Scores: 
      All Freshman: 25
      Pre-Health*: 30

      * (Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Dentistry, Biology)

    Class Size and Faculty

    • Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 14:1
    • Average Class Size: 20 (54% <20 enrolled)
    • Full-time Faculty 442
    • Faculty Holding Terminal or Doctorate Degree: 92%

    Enrollment (Fall 2014)

    • Undergraduate (Stockton): 3877
    • University Wide: 6,652
      • Stockton (Undergrad/Graduate/Pharmacy): 5,920
      • Sacramento (Law): 854
      • San Francisco (Dentistry): 508

    Student Demographics  (Fall 2014)
    Geographic Distribution:

    • 87% from California
    • 13% from 27 other states, and 31 foreign countries

    Ethnic Background (Undergraduates):

    • White, Non-Hispanic: 38%
    • Asian/Pacific Islander 32%
    • Hispanic: 14%
    • Black, Non-Hispanic: 3%
    • American Indian/Alaska Native: 1%
    • Multi-Ethnic 3%
    • International / Non-resident: 6%
    • Race/Ethnicity Unknown 3%

    Gender (Undergraduates):

    • Female: 55%
    • Male: 45%

    Financial Aid and Annual Tuition (2013-14Academic Year)

    • Percentage of students receiving financial assistance: 83+%
    • Average Financial Aid Package: $88,000 over 4 years
    • Tuition and fees (2014-15): $42,934
    • Room and Board (2014-15): $12,858

    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.