Welcome, Future Tigers

Visit California’s first and oldest university and see why Pacific has been named one of the most beautiful college campuses in the nation! We are excited to welcome you and share how you can Join the Roar!

conservatory seen through flowers
We've Been Expecting You!

A campus tour is the best way to experience all that Pacific has to offer. Campus tours are guided by students on the Tiger Team, who will show you their favorite spots on Pacific’s historical campus. As part of your visit, join an information session given by an Admission counselor to learn more about all things Pacific and how becoming a Tiger can help your passion meet its purpose.

Other Ways to Explore Pacific

Watch tour videos from our student content creators (like this one from Samantha) and take a virtual tour with 360-degree views of campus. You can also learn more about the campus and city you'll call home on the Pacific Experience page!

weber hall
Self-Guided Discovery
Tour Pacific at Your Own Pace

Our campus is open to the public to walk freely on the grounds, and we do encourage you to explore one of the most beautiful campuses in the country on your own. If you do choose to visit campus, please review the current COVID-19 requirements and updates before coming to campus.

Where to Stay

Here are some popular hotels and places to stay in the vicinity.

University Plaza Waterfront Hotel
University Plaza Waterfront Hotel

Stockton Hilton 

Courtyard by Marriott
Courtyard by Marriott
Residence inn
Residence Inn by Marriott


Wine and Roses
Wine and Roses

Poppy Sister Inn
Poppy Sister Inn

Stockton Destinations

There are plenty of diverse restaurants, coffee houses and places to play in Stockton and the surrounding area. Click on each icon on our map for details!

Stockton Marina-Visit Stockton
Lodi lake
Lodi Wineries & Tasting Rooms

Lodi is just a 20 minute drive from campus and is known as the Zinfandel Capital of the World, because their local vines produce about 40 percent of the premium Zinfandel in California. With old-growth vines dating back to the late 1800s, and wine-making traditions dating back generations, today Lodi is home to 85+ wineries.