Congratulations — You Got In to Pacific!

You’re going to do amazing things here! Your time at University of the Pacific isn’t just a journey; it's the personal journey of a lifetime, and one we’ll take with you. This web page is designed to help you prepare for life at Pacific and give you a glimpse into why our students love our campus and the city of Stockton. You'll find useful information and links to help you take the next steps as the countdown to school begins.

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Welcome to University of the Pacific! There are a few more steps to complete before classes start. Here is a checklist for quick reference.

Visit your student portal at go.Pacific.edu/Portal for links and more details

  • Say YES to Pacific: confirm your enrollment and pay the deposit
  • Claim your Pacific email address

Apply for financial aid

Visit fafsa.ed.gov and enter Pacific’s school code 001329 on the application. Contact us at financialaid@pacific.edu or at 209.946.2421 with questions.

Apply for on-campus housing

All unmarried, full-time undergraduate students are required to live on campus during their first and second years, excluding summer sessions. Pacific has the perfect residential living space for you!

Register for mandatory New Student Orientation

We want to welcome you and get you off to a great start. During orientation, you will register for fall 2022 classes and have time to ask questions about your schedule, degree plan and other exciting opportunities at Pacific.

Don’t forget to check off these items, too:

  • Submit final high school or community college transcripts before the fall semester
  • Turn in your medical form and immunization records
  • Register for a placement test, if needed
  • Ask your parent/guardian to sign up for the Pacific parent portal at pacific.campusesp.com

Questions? We’re here to help!

Contact Pacific Office of Admission at admission@pacific.edu or 209.946.2211.

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Here For The Career
Tiger Perspective—Marlu Reyes

“I came to college to position myself for greater financial stability, and the career pathways that the Accounting major offers me have shown that I can realize that goal. I am very confident about where my career is heading. Pacific has prepared me to take on a high-pressure career with ease!"

We know how important understanding financial aid is to your overall Pacific experience. The financial aid website is a great place to start for resources and more information about the topics below. As always, if there's something you can't find on the website, or just want someone to walk you through it (and we wouldn't blame you at all!), you can contact the financial aid team.

It's not too late to file your 2022-2023 FAFSA

If you haven't already, we strongly encourage you to fill out the 2022-23 Free Application for Federal Student Aid, aka the FAFSA, especially if you’re interested in being reviewed for potential grants or student loan opportunities. If you have filed, make sure you’ve sent it to Pacific; our school code is 001329. Need help? We have tips in our FAFSA Guide, and you can watch recordings of our recent FAFSA webinars on the financial aid website.

Read your financial aid offer letter thoroughly

Keep an eye out for an email with your financial aid offer letter. When you receive it, gather your parents or supporters and take 30 minutes to do an in-depth read of it. We know they're not the easiest thing in the world to understand, so we strongly encourage you to contact the financial aid team if you'd like help. 

Verification sounds intimidating, but we promise it isn't

You'll receive an email with instructions if you are selected for verification. If you’re selected, please don't be alarmed — you're not being singled out. The U.S. Department of Education selects about 30% of all students who file the FAFSA for verification, and many times, it's random. Verifying your information ensures that you will receive the maximum amount of aid you're eligible for. 

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DIGITAL SWAG
Show Your Tiger Spirit on Social!

Represent your Tiger pride with Instagram and Facebook post templates, Zoom backgrounds, phone wallpapers and more for you and your family. Remember to tag @uopadmission when you post! #jointheroar

SMALL CAMPUS CARING
Tiger Perspective—Sarah Hess

“I was considering some other campuses, but ultimately I would have felt like a small fish in a big pond, whereas at Pacific, I get individualized professor attention. I really feel like the professors care about each student here, which I really like.”

Contact Us
There Are No Silly Questions

We know that you're likely having a lot of emotions right now — excitement from being admitted, confusion about next steps, and everything in between. We're always available to answer your questions or get you in touch with someone who can. Don't be afraid to reach out!

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Helpful Pages

Student Cruz Gonzalez
FACULTY RELATIONSHIPS
Tiger Perspective—Cruz Gonzalez

“When I arrived at Pacific, I thought I’d be just another transfer student at the Conservatory left to my own resources, but from the audition day to my performances, the faculty have been there to help me in every way possible. The campus feels like a home where we can shape our ‘noise’ and ideas into definable pieces of art. It’s a great place to explore new music and see a smiling face around every corner.”

Welcome to the Pacific Family
Parents, This is Your Time, Too

We're very excited to welcome your family to Pacific and invite you to visit our new Parent and Family Network, a portal dedicated to giving you the knowledge and support you need to make a decision about which school your student will attend in the fall. You'll find helpful resources, important dates and upcoming events, and the support of a community of parents.

You've Come So Far. It's Time to Start Your Adventure! Let's Do This