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    The tennis club is open to all current students and meets at Hal Nelson Tennis Courts throughout the week. more


    Services obtained through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) are confidential, in keeping with general ethical standards for mental health professionals and applicable state laws. Although CAPS is part of a larger university, no records or information about clients will be released to any other campus office or official without the clients' written consent, except in specific instances. more


    Most students have two goals for finals week: doing well on the exam and keeping stress levels low. Here are some tips for how to have a successful finals week. more


    When the semester ends and it's time to come home, it can be stressful for both parents and students. Here are some tips to make the transition smoother. more


    Self-help resources to help with some day-to-day stressors you may be experiencing. This does not replace talking with a therapist. more


    CAPS Staff looks forward to working with you to help Pacific students achieve a sense of well-being and maximize their educational experience. If you would like to speak to someone about a student of concern and it is during regular business hours please call 209.946.2315, extension 2 and ask to speak to an available Counseling Staff member about your concern. more