A Letter From The President

A Letter From The President

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   Dear Students, Parents, Alumni, Faculty, Emeriti Faculty, Staff and Friends,
          Welcome to Homecoming! It is a delight to bring the entire University of the Pacific Family together for this exciting weekend.
         A marvelous slate of events awaits you, including Tiger Basketball Midnight Mania, the return of Pacific’s parade down the Miracle Mile, our famous Lip Sync competition, Taste of Pacific, and dozens of other entertaining events.
         You will experience the depth of our faculty’s knowledge, the height of our students’ creativity, and the strong, lifelong bonds we Pacificans form with one another.
         Special congratulations go out to the PRIDE Center on its 10th anniversary, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity on its 35th anniversary, Elbert Covell College on its 50th  anniversary, and the Conservatory of Music on its 135th anniversary.
         I also congratulate all the classes, fraternities, sororities and clubs celebrating their reunions this weekend. Thank you, alumni, for coming home!
         Students, parents and families, please take advantage of the events designed to help you maximize your Pacific experience. From financial aid and study abroad workshops to career resource and networking events, we are here to help you succeed at every stage.
         I hope all of you enjoy our beautiful campus and one another this weekend, and that you find time to rekindle old friendships and form new ones.
         I extend deep thanks to the Pacific Alumni Association, the Pacific Parent Association, and our students, staff and faculty for their tireless work to plan this event. Finally, cheers to all of you for attending Homecoming and making all that hard work worthwhile.
         Have a wonderful Homecoming–I look forward to celebrating with you!
           Sincerely,
         Pam Eibeck
         PRESIDENT

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