Get There Fast and Easy

Want to head out beyond the UOP campus? The quaint city of Stockton makes it convenient to explore the nearby surroundings and move about the country—and the world—with ease.

City Transportation

Get around town with the San Joaquin Regional Transit District.

Airports, trains and buses


Airport Shuttles

A number of airport shuttle services can transport you to and from the following airports: Sacramento (SMF), San Francisco (SFO), Oakland (OAK), Modesto (MOD). Rates may vary, so check the rates with the shuttle service you select.

amtrak train


Amtrak, the United States' national train service, is located in San Joaquin Street Station in downtown Stockton, less than 15 minutes from campus. Amtrak services cities across the U.S., so you can reach your destination fast and easy.

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Greyhound Buses

Greyhound provides coach bus service to more than 3,800 destinations around the United States and North America. The Stockton Bus Station is less than three miles from the Pacific campus.

Traveling to other great cities

Soar through the skies or travel the roadways to these thrilling U.S. destinations:

San Francisco, California

Travel by: Car, 1.5 hours; Bus, 5.3 hours; Plane, .5 hours

Explore the Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf in this pretty peninsula city surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay.

Los Angeles, California:

Travel by: Car, 5 hours; Bus, 8 hours; Plane, 1 hour

Enjoy chic fashion; youthful, urban culture; and Southern California living in the movie capital of the world.

Las Vegas, Nevada:

Travel by: Car, 7.5 hours; Bus, 15 hours; Plane, 1.3 hours

Discover the bright lights, glamour and active nightlife in this resort city, which is know for its fine dining, entertainment and casino culture.

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Exciting Reasons to Explore

Want to study in the U.S. without crazy crowds or the stress of a giant city? Stockton, located in San Joaquin County in beautiful Northern California, offers a thriving, culture-filled life in a city just big enough to explore, but small enough to call your own.