Campus Services at Stockton

Pacific's main campus in Stockton, California consists of 175 acres of brick and ivy-covered buildings in the tradition of Ivy League colleges. It is ranked one of the ten most beautiful college campuses in the country (Best Colleges, 2016).

With concerts featuring chart-topping artists, 14 intramural sports clubs, a 32' rock-climbing tower, over 150 student clubs and organizations and community outreach opportunities, life of Pacific's Stockton campus complements and enriches your academic and professional studies.

Stockton Campus Highlights

  • Only a 90-minute drive to exciting San Francisco
  • California’s first university, founded in 1851
  • Rated a Best-Value College in the U.S. by The Economist magazine
  • Modern student housing
  • Culture, community, sports and more

Stockton Campus Transportation Services

Pacific has multiple modes of transportation across campus, so you can move, roam, dine and study with ease.

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Stockton has consistently gorgeous and sunny weather, so you can enjoy an easy walk across our 175-acre campus.



To encourage use of alternative transportation methods, racks that can hold over 200 bikes have been installed across campus. Grab your bike and head to class in the fresh, California air.

Safety and Security Services

Public Safety Services

Pacific is one of only two private universities in California whose Public Safety officers have full police officer powers. Public Safety offers a full range of police services on campus through the implementation of safety programs and features.

Campus Safety Walk Program

The nighttime STRIPES service provides walking escorts to people on the Stockton campus and extends the presence of the University Police by their presence. The STRIPE unit operates from the ground floor of Cowell Wellness Center, though they can be seen patrolling campus as well. To use the service, text STRIPES at 209.624.8747 or 209.624.TRIP.

Stockton Safety Brochure

Getting Around

Whether you want to know about getting to class or a camping adventure in one of the many nearby state parks, traveling around campus, the city, and throughout California is easy.