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Student Accounts

Welcome Pacific Tigers! 

We are excited to be a part of your educational journey at Pacific. The mission of the Student Accounts Office is to support and advise our students in understanding their financial obligations to Pacific with the patience and effective communication that will encourage their development into financially responsible adults. We interact daily with students, parents, faculty, staff and administrators along with outside agencies either in person, by phone, fax or email and provide assistance with questions regarding billing charges.

What does that mean? It means that we are here to help you with your questions regarding your student account. Come visit us in our office on the first floor of the Finance Center, give us a call at (209) 946-2517 or email us at studentaccounts@pacific.edu.

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We look forward to your success as a Pacific Tiger!


Announcements 

IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING CHANGES TO FORM 1098-T:  For further details please click here.  

  • NOVEMBER 24: Office Closed to Observe Thanksgiving Day
  • NOVEMBER 25: Office Closed to Observe Seasonal Day/Staff Appreciation Day 
  • DECEMBER 1: Payment Due for Spring 2023 (Pharmacy/Health Sciences)
  • DECEMBER 26 - JANUARY 2: Office Closed to Observe Winter Break
  • JANUARY 1: Payment Due for Spring 2023 (All Schools)
  • JANUARY 3: Classes Begin for Pharmacy/Health Sciences

  • Do you have a Finance Hold (FH) on your account? If so, it is prohibiting you from registering for courses and/or changing your registration. Contact our Student Accounts Office today for assistance on removing the FH hold. Please review the View Holds link on the Student Services - Student Records section of the Academic tab on  insidePacific for the appropriate department contact information regarding all other holds.

Note: Like most U.S. universities, Pacific’s Board of Regents sets tuition each year. The board tries to keep increases as low as possible. In recent years, increases have averaged about 3 percent per year—less than most of our peers. Note that tuition and increases can vary between programs to meet specific needs.