Each Pacific resident will be provided opportunities to engage in progamming, activities, events, and interactions that address 7 main components that we refer to as the PACIFIC Experience Model. At the heart of our programming model are two basic premises: (1) Student development is multifaceted, dimensional and simultaneous and (2) Development and growth occur over time. Our primary objective is to engage students through programming initiatives and activities in the seven "experiences". Engagement in these areas will serve to foster the development of our students as they go through the stages, transitions and transformations in their lives.
Programming Value Statement
Programming at Pacific will be needs-based and serve to foster the holistic development of the student through innovative, collaborative and entertaining programs that educate, invoke respect for diversity, build a strong community and inspire leadership and integrity.
The PACIFIC! Experience Model
Personalized Relationships - Social Interactions, Boundaries, Communication, & Etiquette; Connecting, Building and Strengthening Healthy Relationships; Networking
Academic Achievement - Achievement, Honesty, Learning, Scholarship, Engagement, Perseverance, & Retention
Community Involvement - Involvement, Service, Self-Efficacy, Citizenship, Social Networks, Community-Based Learning & Collaboration
Identity Development - Self-Awareness (Spirituality, Class, Race, Gender, Sexuality, Cultural Norms); Understanding One's Background
Focusing on Integrity - Negotiating Beliefs, Standards, Values, Ethics, Principles, Morals, Convictions, & Decision Making; Commitment
Inspiring Leadership - Development of Tools and Skill Sets; Leading, Motivating, Visioning, Goal Setting, Facilitating & Developing; Passion, Dedication, Follow-through, Mentoring, & Coaching,
Celebrating Diversity - Exploration, Appreciation, Learning, Acknowledgement, Celebration, Recognition
! represent the tradition programs that each staff member does to build and encourage enthusiasm in their community. Staff must do a program at least once a month, but are encouraged to do more, especially if residents are really excited about the program or activity