Financial wellness is having an understanding of your financial situation and taking care of it in such a way that you are prepared for financial changes. It consists of being comfortable with where your money comes from and where it is going, as well as how to budget, monitor, and save money. It also consists of understanding how money management can prepare you for future financial success, including establishing and maintaining good credit.
Career Resource Center
The mission of the Career Resource Center is to engage students, alumni and employers in a collaborative career development process in order to facilitate achievement of their professional goals and meaningful contributions to their communities.
Tiger Jobs is your online connection to part-time and full-time opportunities, internships, & on-campus (work study/non-work study) jobs. To access Tiger Jobs, log into your insidePacific account. The link to Tiger Jobs is located under the "Living" tab.
the bookstore is a full-service store offering goods for the campus community to support the university's academic mission. You can purchase all your textbook and academic supplies here or online.
Career and Internship fair happens each spring bringing employers from industry, government, education and non-profit organizations to campus. Employer representatives interact with students, providing information about their internship and employment opportunities, while students are able to network and share their resumes directly with employers.
Bon Appetit is the dining service providers for the Marketplace, Lair, E.A.T. truck, Pub, and the Grove. Learn to better manage your dining dollars throughout the semester by planning your meals and using the dining dollar tracker.
The Office of Financial Aid is committed to making sure Pacific students make informed financial choices when they choose the school they attend.
Center for Entrepreneurship
The Center for Entrepreneurship was founded in 1995 with donated funds of more than $2.5 million. It was created to foster the spirit of entrepreneurship as the underlying strength of American business and a critical factor in maintaining and enhancing America's quality of life. The objectives of the Center are to provide assistance to entrepreneurs and business ventures through information dissemination, consultation, conferences, training and special events.
Finance Elective Classes
Finance classes are available for non-business majors to take.
The office of Business and Finance directs and oversees the University's day-to-day financial operations, as well as human resources and facility management functions, providing quality services to students, parents, faculty, staff, and partner organizations in support of the University's mission.
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. Visit this website for information on understanding and paying your bill, requesting a refund, tax information, and more.
Community Involvement Program
(CIP) was established in 1969 by a group of students, community members, faculty, and staff who wanted to provide educational opportunities to the local community and diversify the University of the Pacific campus. The program serves the educational needs of low-income, first-generation students by providing access to college and support services while students pursue higher education.
Affordable Housing in Stockton, CA
The City of Stockton's Housing Division administers programs that create housing opportunities for the residents of Stockton through down payment assistance, emergency repairs and neighborhood improvements.
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A budget calculator that helps you make a financial plan
Use this student budget calculator to help analyze a budget as a full-time student. This student budget calculator is specifically designed to help students understand their expenses and income while attending a university, college or other full-time educational institution.
Fast Web allows you to search for scholarships with their free scholarship matching service
California Student Aid Commission
This California Government website describes available student financial aid programs such as Cal Grants, their requirements, and how to apply for them. The site also includes helpful tips to consider when applying for financial aid as well as answering frequently encountered questions concerning the application process.
Fin Aid's website is designed to assist students and parents financially plan for college. The site has searchable databases for scholarships, caution signs of financial aid scams, information about loans, military aid, and other types of financial assistance.