"Humans of New York" comes to Pacific

    New York City Photographer and blogger Brandon Stanton, whose book has become a New York Times bestseller, will speak at Pacific and receive an award from the Powell Scholars more
    $1.4M grant supports underserved college students

    A $1.4 million U.S. Department of Education grant will help 200 first-generation, low-income or disabled students attend University of the Pacific. more
    $4.1 million to endow new economics chair, internship

    University of the Pacific recently announced a $2 million gift that will make possible a $4 million endowed faculty chair in economics and launch a new internship program. more
    “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” author to speak at Pacific

    Rebecca Skloot will discuss her acclaimed debut work about the poor black woman whose cells became one of the most important tools in medicine more
    2014 Commencement ceremonies in three cities will honor nearly 2,000 new graduates

    Pacific expects to award 950 bachelor's degrees, 356 master's degrees and 660 doctoral degrees during four commencement ceremonies over the next six weeks more
    2014 rankings: Pacific is diverse, smart and cool

    Pacific chalked up a variety of rankings this year in assessments by Diverse Issues in Higher Education,, Sierra Magazine and more. more

    Nearly two dozen Chinese journalism graduate students visited University of the Pacific in late July to get a taste of American journalism more
    A Pacific tradition: 70 years of summer camp

    Pacific this year continues its long tradition of offering schoolchildren a summer college experience through camps, academies and clinics. more