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Small class sizes, diverse perspectives, and committed professors who know your name - these are the hallmarks of Pacific's nationally recognized, student-centered educational programs. With 11 schools and colleges offering over 80 majors, including 25 graduate programs and 10 accelerated programs, Pacific students can pursue their undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies under the direction of our award-winning faculty.

Combining challenging courses with hands-on, experiential learning, Pacific students pursue higher education in a supportive, nurturing environment. A full range of resources and services enrich our students' education, including access to the William Knox Holt Library, which houses the papers of environmentalist John Muir, and jazz legend/Pacific alum Dave Brubeck '42.

Our students have the opportunity to expand their education through our outstanding Office of Research and Scholarship, which connects students to their passions through prestigious fellowships, funding for undergraduate research, and invaluable internship opportunities. The Office of International Programs and Services offers 200 programs of study through its Education Abroad program, allowing Pacific students to engage with other cultures, languages and societies in over 90 different countries.

Explore this section of Pacific's website and see firsthand the programs and opportunities available to our academic community.

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International Programs

International Programs

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