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About the Sacramento Campus

Students on the Sacramento CampusUniversity of the Pacific, Sacramento Campus is located on 13 acres in the Oak Park neighborhood of Sacramento.  The longtime home of the McGeorge School of Law, the university also offers a number of graduate degree programs in health, education, business and public policy as well as a bachelor’s degree completion program to serve working professionals on the campus.

The Sacramento Campus is also home to Pacific’s Center for Business and Policy Research, which has informed public policy through its economic forecasts and other studies since 2004. The center, which continues to have an office on Pacific’s Stockton Campus, offers students rich opportunities for multidisciplinary research and collaboration.

Founded in 1851 as California’s first chartered institution of higher education, University of the Pacific today serves more than 6,300 students, 86 percent of them from California. The university’s 60,000 living alumni include human rights leader Sakena Yacoobi, civil rights leader Dolores Huerta, NFL coach Pete Carroll, and astronaut José Hernández. Late alumni include jazz legend Dave Brubeck, former San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and movie actress Janet Leigh.