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Pacific hosts three prominent speakers first week of February

Artist and painter Corky Normart, award-winning author Evan Wright and General Wesley Clark form the dynamic lineup Feb. 4, 6 and 7. more


Stockton Campus parking and traffic advisory for Thursday, Jan. 24

Pacific Athletics will host upwards of 4,000 schoolchildren to attend a basketball game and tour campus. more


University mileage reimbursement rate change effective Jan. 1

The university changed its mileage reimbursement rate to $.58 per business mile for travel on or after Jan. 1, 2019 more

Pacific's email server is moving to cloud-based Microsoft Office 365

Pacific's email server is moving to cloud-based Microsoft Office 365

Pacific Technology is excited to announce that the email and calendar platform (Outlook) of approximately 3,000 staff and faculty will live in Microsoft's cloud. more


Time to review your personal benefit statement

Open enrollment changes to your benefits have been updated for the 2019 calendar year. Please review your personal benefits statement and notify Human Resources of any errors by Jan. 31. more


Health programs planning update

Building on strategic planning begun almost seven years ago, Pacific is moving forward with new health programs and developing an organizational structure to robustly support the students, the innovative pedagogy and the interdisciplinary opportunities inherent in these offerings. more


Changes to email forwarding on university email accounts

To increase protection on university-based email accounts, the ability to forward email to an account outside the Pacific network will be turned off on March 29. more


Call for nominations for 2019 Champions of Diversity

Members of the university community may nominate faculty, staff or students who have gone above and beyond in their support of diversity and inclusion efforts at Pacific. more

Naloxone Distributed at Medicare Part D Outreach Clinics

Naloxone Distributed at Medicare Part D Outreach Clinics

Pacific partnered with San Joaquin County Public Health Services to distribute doses of Naloxone, a medication that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. more


Emergency preparedness training

In January and February, the Department of Public Safety will be conducting emergency preparedness training. Every faculty and staff member must attend one of the six, one-hour training sessions.  more

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