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    Content tagged "Student Success"


    Family experiences drive McGeorge law student to advocate for others

    Consuelo Amezcua ’20 recalls being an advocate for others since her early teens when she translated and completed important paperwork for her immigrant parents. more
    Conservatory alumna’s pursuit of passion is ‘Almost Charming’

    Taylor Carnes ’19 could not have predicted that her dream to become a music performance major would morph into a passion for stage directing. more

    Two students and two alumni from University of the Pacific were honored on Feb. 20 at the San Joaquin Engineers Council’s annual Engineers Week Banquet.  more
    McGeorge education, opportunities lead to job offer for aspiring sports agent

    Ronald Ussery Jr. ’21 is well on his way to achieving his goal of becoming a sports agent representing players in the National Football League. more
    Transfer student finds opportunities, path to career in sports at Pacific

    Transfer student Emmanuel “Manny” Leon ’20 found opportunities and a path to a career in sports in Pacific's sport management program. more

    McGeorge students Ian Cumings ’21 and Yahir Barragan ’20 placed third in the 2020 ABA Negotiation Competition National Finals, the second time in three years that a McGeorge team has been in the top three in the nation. more
    Legislation guided by McGeorge alumni to help police fight elder abuse

    Pacific McGeorge School of Law alumni Stephanie Chavez ’19 and Spencer Saks ’19 know firsthand what it takes to fix state law by working in the halls of the state Capitol in Sacramento. more
    Pacific’s civil engineering program ranks 7th in the U.S. for early-career salaries

    University of the Pacific’s civil engineering program was ranked seventh on’s 25 Best Colleges for Civil Engineering 2020 list based on median salary one year after graduation. more
    Own experience prompts McGeorge student to change the family law system

    Personal experience crystalized Shaun Brooks’ decision to practice family law when he was involved in a custody case related to his daughter during his first year at McGeorge.  more

    Public school students continued to make steady progress in reading by grade level while chronic absenteeism remained relatively stable in the 2019 San Joaquin Literacy Report Card more