Latino/a Community Outreach
Welcome to the LCO at Pacific!
The Latino Community Outreach Office (LCO) represents the University during college nights, career fairs, school visits, and other informational programs. The office is the bridge and the hub for the local community and Latino/a-based community organizations. Raymond lodge is a home away from home for Latino/a, Chicano/a, Hispanic students and on-campus student clubs.
El programa de Promocion de la Comunidad Latina representa a La Universidad del Pacifico en diferentes eventos como noches de colegio, talleres de trabajo y visitas de escuelas entre otros programas informativos. La oficina es el puente y el centro de actividad para la comunidad local y organizaciones comunitarias basadas en ayudar a los latinos.
Bienvenidos Upcoming Freshmen and Transfer Students
The Latino Community Outreach welcomes new and transfer students to University of the Pacific. Raymond Lodge, LCO's office, is hosting events so that new students can get to know other Latino new and current Pacific students. We have events that your family can come to so they can meet other parents of students and get to know Dra. Ines Ruiz-Huston, the coordinator of LCO.
August 23 - Carne Asada 5:30-7:30 pm - Raymond Great - Come with your family to eat dinner with faculty and student leaders. Get to know the Latinx organizations and clubs that are active at Pacific. Connect with current Latinx student of Pacific and ask them any questions about life at Pacific. Talk with Pacific faculty members about their classes and get tips on how to be successful at Pacific.
August 26 - Fiesta De Futbol 6 pm - Meet us at 6:00 pm at Raymond Lodge for appetizers and bring your class schedules student leaders will be giving tours to incoming students. Also incoming students have a chance to win a $50 to the University bookstore.Then join us for the Men's Soccer game at 7:00 pm. Univeristy of the Pacific vs Drake University. Bring your Pacific Tiger gear and invite your family and friends.
September 2 - Multi-Cultural Night 6 pm - Come by the WPC lawn and watch native dances from different cultures, including Filipino, Hawaiian, Aztec, etc.
September 3 - Youth Conference 9 am - Native American 6th to 12th grades students and family are invited to Raymond Great Hall to a conference about their cultures, college and scholarships opportunities.
September 3 & 4 - Pow Wow 11 am - Pacific's Native American Students Association (NASA) and the Stockton Community Pow Wow Committee are proud to host the 35th Annual Labor Day weekend Pow Wow event! All people are welcome to experience this campus and community gathering where indigenous peoples of the West share their songs, dances, drums, arts, crafts, foods, and more. Intertribal dancing songs are sung and everyone dances to the beat of the drum. Come and enjoy the rich cultures of our Nation's Native people!
September 5 - Exito Latinx 12-4pm Bechtel International Center - Come and learn about leadership con cultura and have fun with fellow Pacific students and organizations. Lunch will be provided. Opportunity to win a $50 credit to the bookstore.
The Student Finacial Aid & College Awareness Workshop sponsored by the San Joaquin County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will be on Sunday, January 31, 2016. All students and families are welcomed, grades 6-12. Multiple languages available to assist Seniors with filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). For more information call Latino Community Outreach Office (209) 946-7705. Registration begins after January 1, 2016. Doors open at 8:00am and program begins at 9:00am.