Social wellness is having positive interactions with and enjoying being with others. It is having comfort and ease during work and leisure situations and communicating feelings and needs to others. It involves developing and building close friendships and intimacy, practicing empathy and effective listening, caring for others and for the common good, and allowing others to care for you. It is recognizing the need for leisure and recreation, and budgeting time for those activities.
Women's Resource Center
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.
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
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
Baun Fitness Center
The Baun Fitness Center (BFC) is the flagship facility for Pacific Recreation's innovative programs and services that include RecSports, Sport Clubs, TigerX classes, Tiger Training, and Tiger Escapes.
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.
Alcohol Education Classes and Assessment
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Safety-and-Conduct/Student-Conduct/Students/Student-Conduct-Education-.htmlStudy Abroad Programs
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.
Pacific is a Division 1 Athletic program in the Big West Conference. This website gives information about games, athletes, and ticket information.
Education Abroad Program
Here you will find information about studying, volunteering and interning abroad for a semester or a year. The program also host several info sessions throughout the semester to learn more about Pacific policies, applications, costs, and deadlines.
University of the Pacific's student newspaper since 1908.
Founded upon the principles of friendship, community service, scholarship and leadership, Greek life provides students with an enriching and rewarding experience. any of our Greek organizations provide organized study sessions and incentives for academic success. In the area of community service, fraternities and sororities regularly volunteer time to various organizations in the Stockton community, and conduct fund raising for national charities.
The Pacific community is made up of students, faculty and staff who live and work together. Living in Pacific's residential campus community, students will find their pursuit of knowledge enhanced, their range of cultural and social opportunities expanded, and that they will learn not just from each other, but about themselves. In the residence halls, lifelong friendships take root, and the experience can engender a whole new definition of "family" and "home."
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
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.
The Lair is the place to be - the new pub on campus! The Lair is open for late night dining, a great place to socialize, enjoy entertainment and satisfy your hunger with our hearty and delicious pub-fare.
The Pacific Ambassadors promote leadership and student involvement. They also serve as official student representatives of the University and play an important role in communicating with potential students, existing students, incoming students, and alumni.
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.
The Mountains, Ocean, Valley Experience (MOVE) is a unique first year experience designed to welcome new students to the Pacific Community through participation in experiential learning and service projects in key locations throughout Northern California. MOVE occurs the weekend prior to the start of the fall semester. During MOVE all first year students embark on a structured and deliberate adventure designed to prepare them to be successful at the University of the Pacific.
Clubs and Organizations
One of the ways to continually improve yourself is to participate in school activities and organizations. Clubs with their real-world, practical experiences are a great resource for experiences essential to a successful education: social development, leadership skills, professional contacts, opportunity to practice the classroom theory.
Off Campus Resources:
8 Steps for Conflict Resolution
This site offers information on conflict, steps for conflict resolution, and answers to common problems.
Go Ask Alice!
Go Ask Alice! is an informative Q&A website for college students on topics including sexual health, sexuality, nutrition, stress, anxiety, suicide prevention, relationships and more. This website is a project of Columbia University.
Steps to resolving roommate issues
This website addresses roommate relationships: addressing the problem, discussion, and resolution
Things to do in San Joaquin County
List of things to check out while you are in Stockton
Annual Events in Stockton
Complete list of annual events held in Stockton, CA