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University of Pacific brochure_direct_entry

  1. 1. SAN JOSE • SANTA CRUZ SACRAMENTO SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES • CALIFORNIA Napa Valley • OAKLAND SAN DIEGO • STOCKTON Where you’ll be! • Yosemite VIRTUAL TOUR Explore Pacific’s beautiful campus online — see where you will take classes, eat lunch, work out, and more! go.Pacific.edu/Visit Lake Tahoe • 80 INSPIRED LEARNING INDIVIDUAL SUCCESS our campus Study and live on the 175-acre Stockton campus. It’s been voted among America’s top 5 most beautiful. Go green. Pacific is profiled in The Princeton Review’s Guide to 332 Green Colleges. Walk to Stockton’s “Miracle Mile” for cool restaurants, funky shops, and live music. Head downtown to watch a movie or cheer for professional sports teams in baseball, hockey, soccer, and arena football. go.Pacific.edu/Community Office of Admission 3601 Pacific Avenue Stockton, CA 95211 www.Pacific.edu admissions@uopinternational.org University of the Pacific is committed to reducing its impact on the environment and to developing an environmentally aware culture. go.Pacific.edu/Accelerated undergraduate schools College of the Pacific School of International Studies School of Engineering and Computer Science Eberhardt School of Business Benerd School of Education Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences FIND US!go.Pacific.edu/FindUs go.Pacific.edu/Majors UOPInternational.org/Apply Majors and programs Art Studio Art Asian Language and Studies Chinese Japanese Business Administration Accounting Arts and Entertainment Management Business Law Economics Entrepreneurship Finance General Business International Business Management Information Systems Management and Human Resources Marketing Communication Computer Science Dental Hygiene Environmental Studies Geological and Environmental Sciences International Studies International Affairs and Commerce Development and Cultural Change Global Studies International Relations Liberal Studies Mathematics Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Social Sciences Sociology Spanish Speech-Language Pathology Theater Arts Economics Education Engineering Bioengineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering Management Engineering Physics Mechanical Engineering English Film Studies French Graphic Design Health, Exercise, and Sport Sciences Athletic Training Health Exercise Science Sport Management Sport Pedagogy History
  2. 2. fast facts 80+ Areas of studies 30+ Graduate and professional programs 9 Schools 20 Average class size 14:1 Student-to-faculty ratio 3,810 Undergraduates: Stockton campus 6,304 University-wide 1.5 hours from beautiful San Francisco 48% Male 52% Female 437 Full-time faculty, Stockton campus 94% of faculty hold doctoral or terminal degree 87% of students from California 13% from 27 other states and 31 foreign countries Can we really guarantee you’ll graduate in four years? Prestige. Value. 1851 Founded as California’s first chartered university Top 108 National Universities: U.S. News & World Report #14 Ethnic Diversity: U.S. News & World Report Best in the West: Princeton Review See more at: go.Pacific.edu/Rankings #59 for return on investment among private universities: Payscale.com $101,000 mid-career salary average after graduation: Business Insider Inc. #8 for Student-Teacher Ratio: Online College Database Professors who know your name. Undergraduate Admissions Information Application Deadline JULY 26 Completed application and I-20 Entry Requirements GPA: 3.0 IELTS score: 6.0 TOEFL iBT score: 74 No SAT/ACT Costs Tuition & Fees: $44,068 All Freshmen freshmen academic profile (admitted students) campus diversity Pacific specifics. 35% Asian/ Pacific Islander 31% White, Non- Hispanic 16% Hispanic 6% Inter- national 4% Multi- Ethnic 4% Race/ Ethnicity Unknown 3% Black, Non- Hispanic 1% American Indian/ Alaska Native Mean 3.7 Average 26 25%ile 23 75%ile 29 High School GPA SAT (Reading, Writing, Math) ACT (Composite)Fall 2015 scholarships and financial aid Scholarships offered for international students. housing and dining Students may choose from single, double, and triple occupancy rooms, pending availability. Meal plans and on-campus housing costs range from $5,648 to $7,250 based on on-campus housing and meal plan choice. ncaa division i athletics West Coast Conference go.Pacific.edu/Athletics Men Women Baseball Basketball Basketball Cross Country Golf Field Hockey Soccer Soccer Swimming Softball Tennis Swimming Water Polo Tennis Volleyball Water Polo clubs and recreation (140+ options) Badminton Climbing Flag Football Greek Life Interfaith Lacrosse (M) Martial Arts Multicultural Orchestra and Band Rowing Rugby Soccer Speech and Debate Student Gov. Swimming Taekwondo Tennis Ultimate Frisbee Volleyball (W) Water Polo Average 1754 25%ile 1590 75%ile 1920 Apply Today! Email admissions@ uopinternational.org to get started! UOPInternational.org/apply If you do your part, we’ll do ours. Details on the terms and conditions can be found at: go.Pacific.edu/FourYear. APPLY NOW!UOPInternational.org/Apply

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