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    The new location is on the second floor of Bannister Hall more
    Engineering students discuss current issues with Congressman Jerry McNerney during campus visit

    Congressman Jerry McNerney visits a civil engineering class to talk about infrastructure and policy on Monday, April 17 more

    Tiger Day and graduate information sessions and open houses gave undergraduate and graduate prospective students an inside look at the Pacific experience more

    Center for Community Involvement volunteers are offering their sought-after strawberry jams and gift baskets for purchase online more

    The university is terminating its voluntary disability plan and moving to the state disability insurance plan for all work-related disability or paid family leave claims effective July 1, 2017. more
    Campus Advisory: Stockton Campus fountains and Pacific response to drought conditions

    The university will resume use of three fountains on the Stockton Campus following an executive order signed by Gov. Jerry Brown easing water restrictions more

    Support for OnBase 13 will no longer be supported. OnBase15 is the minimum client version that is compatible and supported by Pacific Technology. more

    Scholarly Commons, the digital repository for University of the Pacific’s scholarly and creative works, launched in November 2016. In just five short months the repository has grown to 3,459 items uploaded and received a total of 64,258 downloads worldwide – in fact, other than Antarctica, Pacific scholarship has reached every continent on the planet through Scholarly Commons. more

    Two University of the Pacific students on the Stockton Campus were recently diagnosed with mumps and are recovering more