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Intellectual

pacwell intellectualThe intellectual dimension of wellness encourages creative, stimulating mental activities. Explore problem solving, creativity, and learning. Spend time appreciating and thinking about personal interests by reading books, magazines, and newspapers. Be curious and challenge your mind to be creative. See problems and challenges as stepping stones, not stumbling blocks. 



At Pacific:

Women's Resource Center 
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Diversity-and-Inclusion/Womens-Resource-Center.html
Located inside the Multicultural Center on the ground level of the McCaffrey Center. The purpose of the center is to promote awareness of women's and gender issues and celebrate and cultivate women's leadership on campus and beyond. The Women's Resource Center is used for meetings and events, and serves as a resource for gender equality and campus violence prevention. 

Pride Center
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Diversity-and-Inclusion/PRIDE-Resource-Center.html
The Pacific PRIDE Resource Center provides resources for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, queer, intersex, and asexual (LGTBQIA) community, friends, and family at Pacific. The PRIDE Resource Center welcomes a diverse population of ethnic, religious, political and cultural values while promoting understanding and acceptance for those marginalized as a result of sexual/gender orientation. Located in the Multicultural center, open Monday-Thursday 4:00-8:00 p.m

Library
http://www.pacific.edu/Library.html
There are two libraries on campus, the main library and the health sciences branch library. Services include computers, study rooms, interlibrary loan, and video and audio conferencing

Career Resource Center
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Student-Services/Career-Resource-Center.html
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.

Multicultural Affairs 
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Diversity-and-Inclusion/Multicultural-Affairs.html
Multicultural Affairs is dedicated to the creation and sustainability of a culturally inclusive community across and within the boundaries of culture, sexual orientation, gender, and other social identities. In service to and in partnership with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and other friends, the Multicultural Affairs offers programs, services, and sponsorships such as cultural heritage month observances, diversity leadership retreats, and intercultural trainings that meet the educational and cultural needs of all members of the Pacific community.

One Word Project
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Student-Services/Student-Leadership-Development/One-Word.html
"What if somebody asked you to trade in your name for One Word that would represent you as your 'ideal self'? What One Word would you choose and why?" The Pacific One Word Project began in the fall of 2008 as an innovative idea to provide first year students a common point of personal reflection that would help them express their level of self awareness and connect to future aspirations.

Steps 
http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/AdministrationOffices/Division-of-Student-Life/Signature-Programs.html
(Students Emerging as Pacificans) Program assists incoming African-American students through their transition to college life. Pacific community members, including faculty, staff, current students, and alumni work directly with STEPs participants, introducing them to University and community resources to enhance their academic and personal success.

Community Involvement Program
http://www.pacific.edu/Community/Community-Involvement-Program-%28CIP%29.html
(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.

Advising Services 
http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/College-of-the-Pacific/Students/Support-Services/Advising.html
We believe that close contact with a faculty advisor plays a key role in helping new students to establish a solid start to their college careers. Each incoming student in the College is assigned a faculty advisor with whom to discuss course selection, degree requirements, and college and post-college planning. In addition, peer student advisors are assigned to freshmen to serve as part of their support team.

Writing Center
http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/College-of-the-Pacific/Students/Support-Services/Writing-Center.html
The goal of Writing in the Disciplines is to assist faculty and students at Pacific in the improvement of student writing within their majors and individual disciplines and to encourage more active, engaged learning through writing intensive courses, the use of innovative teaching methods in writing instruction, and tutorial support from the Student Writing Center for all levels of writing, from the Pacific Seminars to Senior Capstone Courses.

Bookstore 
http://upacific.bncollege.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/BNCBHomePage?storeId=31059&catalogId=10001&langId=-1
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.

Alcohol Education Classes and Assessment
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Safety-and-Conduct/Student-Conduct/Students/Student-Conduct-Education-.html
Student conduct offers two levels of alcohol education programs. Check out the E-CHUG Alcohol Assessment survey that allows Pacific students to enter information about their drinking patterns. You will receive feedback regarding the use of alcohol and how you compare with other peers. This self-guided assessment is easy to use and takes about 15 minutes to complete.
E-CHUG: https://interwork.sdsu.edu/echug2/?id=Pacific&hfs=true

Pacifican
http://thepacificanonline.com/new/
University of the Pacific's student newspaper since 1908.

Educational Departments:          
 College of the Pacific
 http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/College-of-the-Pacific.html
 Conservatory of Music
 http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/Conservatory-of-Music.html
  Eberhardt School of Business 
http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/Eberhardt-School-of-Business.html
Gladys L. Benerd School of Education 
http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/Gladys-L-Benerd-School-of-Education.html
School of Engineering and Computer Science 
http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/School-of-Engineering-and-Computer-Science.html
Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 
http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/Thomas-J-Long-School-of-Pharmacy-and-Health-Sciences.html
Office of Research and Graduate Studies  
http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/Office-of-Research-and-Graduate-Studies.html

ASUoP
http://pacific.orgsync.com/org/asuop
ASuop Government is responsible for advocating and working on behalf of student concerns. To benefit students, ASuop Government maintains close working relationships with the Division of Student Life and partnerships around the Stockton Community. ASuop Government has two branches: an Executive and a Legislative. These two branches work together to ensure that the student voice is heard in University governance, supply essential and valuable service to the ASuop members, and provide the opportunity to be involved in student life at Pacific.

Center for Community Involvement
http://www.pacific.edu/Community/Center-for-Community-Involvement.html
The purpose of the Center for Community Involvement is to inspire, support and prepare students to successfully address their concerns through service to the community and the society in which they live in.

Morris Chapel
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Housing-and-Facilities/Campus-Facilities/Morris-Chapel.html
Morris Chapel serves as the religious center for all of Pacific's students. While the chapel has its foundations in the Methodist church, it now serves as a non-denominational church, welcoming students of all faiths.

MOVE
www.pacificmove.org.
Mountains, Ocean, Valley Experience is a unique, nationally recognized program designed to welcome new students to Pacific through participation in experiential learning and service projects throughout Northern California. MOVE student participates embark on a series of structured and deliberate adventures that are intentionally designed to prepare them to be successful at the University of the Pacific.



Off Campus Resources:

 

SMART goal setting
http://topachievement.com/smart.html
This resource helps you map out SMART goals to increase success in goal setting.  

Stockton Public Library
http://www.stockton.lib.ca.us/
The Stockton Public Library is open most days of the year. Visit the website for times and locations.

Haggin Museum of Stockton
http://www.hagginmuseum.org/
The Haggin Museum, is an art and local history museum located in Victory Park. The museum includes paintings by Jean Béraud, Rosa Bonheur, William Bouguereau, Jean-Léon Gérôme, George Inness and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. It has the largest collection of Albert Bierstadt works. It also houses the largest collection of illustrations by Joseph Christian Leyendecker.

Delta Center for the Arts
Check online or call 209-954-5209 for this season's line up of theatrical and musical performances!
http://www.deltacollege.edu/div/finearts/dept/dca/index.html

Braingle
www.braingle.com
With over 20,000 brain teasers, riddles, logic problems, quizzes, and mind puzzles, Braingle has the largest collection anywhere on the internet. Get ready to have your brain tangled!