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University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211
209.946.2011

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The well-being of Pacific students, faculty and staff is a top priority. We continue to monitor the situation closely. Please see the updates below to learn more about how the university is working to mitigate the virus’ impact on our university community. Pacific has created a centralized email address to send questions and inquiries about COVID-19 related issues:  COVID-19_information@pacific.edu. We will respond to these emails as soon as possible.

Latest Information

March 31, 2020: Summer Sessions Going Online—With the focus remaining intently on protecting the health and safety of students, faculty and staff, Pacific has decided all Summer Sessions will be taught online and available at a reduced fee. Learn more >

March 30, 2020: Defining essential services on campus—While nearly all employees are working remotely and most students have returned home or to an alternative location, some employees have roles deemed essential to support operations and are working on campus. Learn more >

March 30, 2020: Pass/Fail and Withdrawal Options for Students—Recognizing the significant challenges students are experiencing, Pacific has extended the deadline to elect the pass/no credit grading option for each undergraduate course. Learn more >

March 29, 2020: Pass or No Credit Grading Option + Withdrawals for Spring 2020

March 26, 2020: Pacific's decision regarding Commencement 2020—The extraordinary circumstances of COVID-19 are requiring Pacific to rethink how our graduating seniors experience this important tradition. Learn more >

March 26, 2020: Resources to help support you and keep you connected—Message from Vice President for Student Life Carrie Lovelace Petr to students about services students can access remotely. Learn more >

March 24, 2020: Supporting our Pacific community—Board of Regents has unanimously approved measures to address refunds of room, board and parking, and to assist student workers. Learn more >

March 23, 2020: A very different spring semester—Message from Interim President Maria Pallavicini expressing her gratitude to students, faculty and staff as the university begins remote learning and working. “Thank you, Pacificans. I am grateful for your partnerships and your resolve.” Learn more >

March 23, 2020: Supporting teaching and working remotely—As students, faculty and staff are learning and working remotely, Pacific Technology is doing everything possible to ensure you have the systems and tools you need. Learn more >

March 22, 2020: Resources to help you get ready for MondayPacific prepares to launch online instruction tomorrow and the university community is coming together to support student success. Through the rest of the semester, Pacific will provide students tips to be successful in an online environment. Learn more >

March 20, 2020: Pacific’s response to Governor Newsom’s stay-at-home orderUniversity of the Pacific has been taking steps the past several weeks that comply with Governor Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home executive order, which takes effect today. Nearly all faculty and staff are working remotely and most students have returned home or to an alternative location. Learn more >