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    Group Campus Visits

    We look forward to working with you to plan your group visit to University of the Pacific. We ask that group visits be requested at least three weeks in advance and if a need to cancel arises then we ask that it be done within two weeks of the planned visit. Group tours are offered at 9:00 am, 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. They are processed on a first-come, first-serve basis through the Office of Admission. We can accommodate groups of a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 100 students.

    For more information, please contact or  You will receive confirmation of your request within three to five business days. Weekend tours are not available. Tours provided by our Tiger Team are available to high school and Community College groups only (see details about accommodations for each group below). We are happy to offer group tours to elementary and middle schools only in the summer (end of May, June, and July). 

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    • 15 minute information session conducted by Tiger Team 
    • 15 minute student panel with 2-3 students 
    • One hour campus tour led by a Tiger Team Ambassador

    Groups can make arrangements to eat lunch in the DeRosa University Center. If you would like to purchase lunch, please contact the Bon Appetite Catering Coordinator, Camille Barrett, at 209-460-3891. The DeRosa University Center accepts payment in the form of cash or credit card only. School groups are welcome to bring packed lunches and eat at DeRosa University lawn or Knoles lawn.    

    Groups arriving in only one bus may first unload students in the white loading/unloading zone located between Burns Tower and Faye Spanos Concert Hall. Buses should be parked in the Stadium lot off of Pershing Avenue once the group is unloaded and we do not require a parking permit.  We ask that groups arriving in multiple buses unload passengers in the Stadium Lot. Private cars or vans may park in any "B" parking space or Visitor Parking and require a free parking permit. Parking permits will be sent through a final confirmation email after group visit request has been confirmed and processed.

    Pacific Rules of Conduct

    1. Please speak quietly around the campus buildings. Class will be in session during the tour.
    2. Do not cross streets between parked cars. Please use all cross walks.
    3. Please throw away any trash in the waste receptacles.
    4. Please do not pick the flowers in the rose garden. You will be fined.
    5. We require at least one chaperone for every 25 students. A chaperone must accompany the tour. Students are not to be unattended with the Tiger Team tour guide.
    6. If you are running late for your tour, please call Maria Orosco at (209) 946-2935.
    7. If you are a person with a disability and require reasonable accommodations, please contact Maria Orosco at (209) 946-2935.