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Educational Equity Programs

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Educational Equity Programs
Tel: 209.946.2439
abautist@pacific.edu
McCaffrey Center, 1st Floor
Anita Bautista
Executive Director
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211

University of the Pacific offers four distinct education equity programs for underserved students in both the Stockton community and beyond. These programs help young adults achieve and afford a Pacific education, preparing them for successful and meaningful lives. Each program is designed for the needs of specific groups. Learn more about each program below.

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CIP Students   Success Program

Community Involvement Program (CIP)

  • Comprehensive scholarship program for first-generation college students from the Stockton community
  • Serves educational needs of low-income students by providing access to college and support of the CIP Scholars
  • Providing access to a University of the Pacific education for eligible area students since 1969

Learn more about CIP

SUCCESS - TRiO Program

  • Funded by a U.S. Department of Education Student Support Services grant that serves students from low-income and first generation college backgrounds
  • Services: include tutoring, direct financial assistance, academic, financial, personal and career counseling
  • Pacific's only U.S. Department of Education TRiO Program

Learn more about SUCCESS-TRiO

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  • A two-day pre-college program for African American students
  • Designed to enhance academic and personal success of incoming students
  • Activities continue throughout the academic year

Click here for the STEPs brochure
Click here for the 2014-15 STEPs program application

Pacific PROMISE Scholars

  • Designed for current or former foster care and other disconnected students without a traditional family support system
  • Creates a sense of home and a feeling of belonging on campus
  • Connects students to campus and community resources, to facilitate their transition to and success at Pacific  

Learn more about Pacific PROMISE Scholars