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Memorial service for Sergeant Aaron Bouscal

Public Safety officer, Sergeant Aaron Bouscal passed away March 12 following a yearlong battle with leukemia. more


Awards announced for SEED funding for 2014-15

The Strategic Planning Committee has selected seven projects to receive Strategic Educational Excellence Development funding from the Strategic Investment Fund for 2014-15. more


Research Day and PURCC events combine for 2015

Faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students will showcase the research and creative work they have been doing this past academic year. more


Student success early alert system demonstrations

Pacific is in the process of selecting an Early Alert software tool, which will identify students at critical points in time to provide appropriate interventions in order to improve student achievement, retention, and graduation rates.  more

Pacific Partners with Mayor Lee, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce on UniteSF Education Initiative

Pacific Partners with Mayor Lee, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce on UniteSF Education Initiative

Pacific is one of the founding partners in a new initiative to support change in the way students are prepared for college and for the 21st century global technology economy and workforce more


New Covered Performance Center going up near Klein Family Field

The 10,000 sq. ft. facility baseball and softball practice facility is expected to be completed in April. more


DeRosa University Center renovation update

As a result of shipping delays due to the Longshoreman's strike, final stages of the renovation will be postponed until after the May 16 Commencement more


Open forum for candidate for Associate Vice President of Student Life/Dean of Students

Come meet candidate 3 on March 17 during an open forum from 2-3 p.m. in the Regents Room more


Career Fair parking advisory

Parking will be impacted during the annual Career Fair to accommodate more than 100 employers attending this year more


Benefits news: Adding color to your meals

Colorful fruits and vegetables contain important vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and antioxidants that have been shown to build our immune systems, lower blood pressure, help us lose weight, get more restful sleep at night and reduce the risk of heart disease. more

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