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University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211

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Pacific Feminists Student Club

Pacific Feminists (PacFem) is a student-led organization dedicated to discussing issues and raising awareness about women's status in society. PacFem strives to be intersectional in its focus on social justice, and folks from all gender identities are encouraged to join. Contact us to get connected.

Women in Computing Student Club

WiC is an organization for women in STEM, with a particular focus on all aspects of computing. WiC will provide support and mentoring for students and organize special events to promote the advancement and achievements of women in STEM. Please contact Dr. Jinzhu Gao for more information.

Stitch n' Bitch

Stitch n' Bitch is a consciousness-raising group disguised as a knitting circle! Students are invited to join us twice a month to talk, share, and support each other as we work on our skills. Don't know how to stitch? We can teach you! Want to draw, paint, or work on another artsy project? That's cool, too! Please contact us for dates and times.

Women's HERstory Month

Pacific celebrates Women's "Herstory" Month with lectures, film screenings, discussions, and various other events throughout the month of March as a way to celebrate women's achievements as leaders and forces of change throughout history. Students, faculty, staff, and community members are encouraged to help plan, carry out, and attend events. Please contact us to get involved and check out past events here.

Cultural Heritage Months

The WRC is proud to collaborate with organizations to carry out programming for heritage months, including but not limited to Black History Month, Native Heritage Month, and National Hispanic Heritage Month. Please contact us to collaborate!

The Vagina Monologues

The Vagina Monologues (TVM) at Pacific is a student organization that promotes Eve Ensler's Broadway play, The Vagina Monologues, and the mission of Vday (a non profit organization dedicated to ending violence against women and girls). TVM not only puts on the play each year, but they also partner with the campus and Stockton communities to promote gender equity. Any funds raised through the production benefit Stockton's Women's Center - Youth and Family Services. If you would like to get involved with TVM, please contact us!