Our Campus, Our City

When we ask our students why they love Pacific, there's an excellent chance that they'll mention the fact that their friends have become family. If a close-knit community of scholars and leaders is what you're looking for, Pacific has you covered. Opportunities to get involved, have fun and make a difference are as rich and diverse as the breakfast burrito combos at the Marketplace! 

Bricks & Ivy Meet Modern

The best way to explore our campus is to see it for yourself. We’ve collaborated with some of our students to create a virtual tour video to help you get to know Pacific, or if 360-degree views and photos are more your thing, embark on our virtual tour. And this just in: We're back open for campus tours!

They'll Be There For You

While our counselors are always happy to help, sometimes there are questions you'd rather ask fellow students. We get it — and we encourage you to get the ZeeMee app to chat with current Tigers and newly admitted students like yourself. Don't forget to also follow Admissions on social media to get a glimpse at life at Pacific!

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VIDEO: The Stockton We Love Has a Bright Future

Find Your New Favorite Places

“Pacific's location is quite nice for a lot of reasons. For entertainment, there's a mall, movie theaters, a bowling alley, and a theater for fun live shows nearby. Not to mention all of the good, diverse restaurants to try around Stockton.”

— April Chai, Media X

Between the Ocean & Snow

"Going to college in Stockton is perfect because my friends and I can take a quick drive to spend an afternoon at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, then spend the next weekend hiking in Yosemite!"

— Jessica Alva, Mathematics and Economics

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21 Questions
Vice President of Student Life Maria Blandizzi

We caught up with University of the Pacific’s new vice president of student life, Maria Blandizzi, to ask her about her transition to Pacific from UCLA, Pacific's potential and her stint working at the Starbucks on campus.

Tiger Perspective—Katie Lee

What attracted Pre-Pharmacy major Katie Lee to Pacific? For one, it was close enough to her home in Sacramento to visit, but just far enough away to experience life on her own on a college campus. She also loved the sense of community she felt almost immediately — a common sentiment among our students!

Dance Break

When Health, Exercise and Sport Science major Kento Moriguchi takes a break from studying to be a chiropractor, he's shuffling and cutting shapes on TikTok and racking up the views. “How could you not dance on this beautiful campus? Baun Fitness center is where all my practices started taking place. Then from there, I started practicing outside and filming videos from different spots on campus.” Follow @kentobaby on TikTok to dance along.

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