Mission: To provide a superior, student-centered learning experience integrating liberal arts and professional education and preparing individuals for lasting achievement and responsible leadership in their careers and communities.
Programs: Instruction, departmental and academic support: includes the salaries, benefits, supplies and departmental support necessary to deliver higher education services for the university's approximately 6,100 undergraduate, graduate and professional students across three northern california campuses. The university's main campus in stockton combines many of the advantages of a larger university with those of a small liberal arts college, offering a broad array of undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs through seven schools, including the college of the pacific, the school of international studies, the school of engineering and computer science, the conservatory of music, the eberhardt school of business, the gladys l. Benerd school of education, and the thomas j. Long school of pharmacy and health sciences. The san francisco campus is home to the arthur a. Dugoni school of dentistry, one of the leading dental schools in the nation and several other new academic programs including: data analytics, audiology, and music therapy. The sacramento campus is home to the mcgeorge school of law and has also expanded to include several specialized legal degree programs, graduate programs in business, and physician's assistant and data analytics offerings.
student services, scholarships and financial aid: includes expenditures for all forms of student aid and expenditures for the education and support of the university's approximately 6,100 students. The university's financial aid program demonstrates an ongoing commitment to put a quality education within reach, providing a wide range of scholarships and grants, including matching cal grants for students who qualify. The university's four-year guarantee provides students assurance they will be able to get the classes they need to graduate on time.
auxiliary activities: includes services that support educational activities and athletics activities, including campus bookstores, fitness center, dining services, residential life and housing.
research: includes expenditures for activities specifically designed to produce high-quality research outcomes while providing hands-on research training to both undergraduate and graduate students.