Located in Stockton, University of the Pacific’s residential campus is located in the heart of one of the country's most diverse cities, and puts students in reach of Sacramento, San Francisco, the Napa Valley and Yosemite. Our students are bright, determined, and above all else, in it together. From the classroom to extracurriculars our students discover close-knit like-minded connections that reach beyond their time on campus.
The Stockton Campus is University of the Pacific’s 175-acre residential campus, home to undergraduate, graduate and professional programs that prepare students for successful futures in business, education, engineering, health sciences and more.
Pacific's School of Health Sciences has several clinics that serve community members with speech, hearing, balance and other concerns. In addition, Pacific's Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy helps senior citizens develop Medicare Part D drug programs.
Thanks to our robust approach to campus safety and the outstanding work of our peace officers, Pacific's crime statistics are among the lowest in the region.
Pacific’s 175-acre Stockton Campus is widely recognized as one of the most beautiful private university campuses in the West.
Living on Campus
With thriving communities that meet your needs, Pacific has the perfect residential living space for you. A variety of housing options means the opportunity for you to live comfortably with your peers.
The University of the Pacific's dining mission is straightforward. In cooperation with our food service provider, Bon Appetit, we strive to use fresh and authentic ingredients by utilizing food in its simplest and most natural form.
The Stockton Campus Library facilities offer a variety of study settings, including carrels, large tables, lounge areas, and group study rooms.
Showcasing student, faculty and visiting artists work, the Reynolds Gallery is a key member of Central Valley art community and joins the Haggin Museum, Stockton Art League, DH Horton Gallery and the Grand Galleries in Tracy, in promoting the value of the arts.
There's no shortage of ways to get involved, connect and have fun at Pacific. Recreational activities, student organizations, arts and culture and more await you.
See how Pacific supports students with on-campus vegetable gardens, food pantries, and green energy projects.
Create your future
The bachelor of arts in Media X is a flexible major for students interested in graphic design, digital and visual art, film studies, communication and more. Internships and industry connections prepare students for fulfilling careers.
Prepare to lead
A business administration degree from Pacific equips students with the skills and hands-on experience they need to be successful leaders after graduation. Students benefit from close working relationships, internships and career development projects.
Designed for success
Pacific’s computer engineering program provides students hands-on education and paid co-op working experience that prepares them for success in their chosen field. Our graduates leave Pacific ready to work or enter graduate school.