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Freshman Student Orientation...Tiger Tracks!

Freshman Orientation is a mandatory two-day program, with sessions offered in June and August, designed to welcome you and your family to the Pacific community. Pacific Ambassadors, Student Advisors, faculty, and staff will introduce you to life at Pacific and prepare you to make the best academic and social choices for your college career at University of the Pacific.


Coming soon...A checklist of things you need to complete before coming to Pacific! 

Registration

Registration for Orientation sessions is on a first come, first served basis.  Priority for the August session is given to out of state students, so California residents are highly encouraged to attend an Orientation session in June if their college/major is offered.

*Please note: There are no refunds after May 1, 2016. In addition, there is a $25 fee to change Orientation sessions.

2016 Tiger Tracks Dates

  • Freshman & Family Session 1 - June 21 & 22
  • Freshman & Family Session 2 - June 24 & 25 
  • Freshman & Family Session 3 - August 24 & 25 
  • Weekend of Welcome (WoW) - August 26-28
            

Orientation Housing

Orientation is a 2-day overnight event. Students attending the June Orientation sessions are required to stay on-campus. Students attending the August Orientation will move into their on-campus housing prior to Orientation.

Click here for a list of what to bring to Orientation.

Questions?

We have created a list of frequently asked questions for you to review. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact New Student and Family Programs at 209.946.7619 or email us at orientation@pacific.edu. Students and staff are available to answer your questions or refer you to the proper office to meet your needs.

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Use the hashtag #TigerTracks to document your Orientation experience!