2022 Pacific New Student Orientation and Week of Welcome

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Move-In · Orientation · Convocation · Week of Welcome

AUGUST 20–28


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Dear Pacific Students and Families,

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Welcome to Pacific! We are delighted that you are now part of the University of the Pacific family, joining the rich traditions of California’s first and oldest university.

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At Pacific, we pride ourselves on our highly personalized, student-centered approach to learning, living and growing – all on one of America’s most beautiful college campuses.

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For our new students, you are taking the first steps in your Pacific journey, a transformational experience during which you will make new discoveries about the world and yourself, create lifelong friendships, find new passions and become lifelong learners. We want you to take advantage of everything Pacific has to offer, both inside our classrooms, labs and studios and across our extraordinary community. Our Week of Welcome is designed to show you all the possibilities–from courses and internships to the arts and athletics to our nearly 200 student groups and organizations. There is truly something for every student at Pacific. Enjoy the start of your journey! You will often see our First Lady Jean and me around campus, whether attending a concert or cheering on our Tigers at a game or strolling around our lovely 175-acre campus with Cali, our 1-year-old Golden Retriever (who also is looking forward to meeting you - and playing!). Please say hello. We want to get to know you. And as part of Week of Welcome, Mrs. Callahan and I look forward to having you over to our home, which is located on campus near Grace Covell Hall. For our parents and family members who are temporarily saying goodbye to their daughters and sons, please know that we are here to ensure your child’s success. Jean and I look forward to meeting you at one of our receptions for parents at the President’s Residence during Week of Welcome. And we look forward to welcoming you back October 14-15 for our Homecoming weekend activities. We are honored to have you as part of the Pacific family. Now, let the journey begin. Go Tigers! CHRISTOPHER CALLAHAN President

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SATURDAY · AUGUST 20, 2022 MOVE-IN (RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) 9am–4pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Check in at the DeRosa University Center where your student will pick up their Pacific ID card and room key. They will need their Pacific ID card for the dining hall and access to their residence. ORIENTATION CHECK IN (FAMILIES REGISTERED FOR ORIENTATION ONLY) During Move-In | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Pick up your New Family Orientation Swag Pack! You will receive your nametag and wristband which you will need throughout Orientation.

Note: Families not participating in Orientation should take time to say goodbye to their students following the completion of their individual Move-In appointments. Students and families will separate for the remainder of Orientation programming. PARENT AND FAMILY RECEPTION (OPTIONAL) 4–5:30pm and 6–7:30 pm | President's Residence Mingle with other parents, meet Pacific leadership and celebrate the start of a new school year at this special reception at the home of President Christopher Callahan and First Lady Jean Callahan. Reception invite will be determined by your student's Move-In appointment. Pick up your ticket at check in.

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MOVE-IN (RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) 9am–4pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Check in at the DeRosa University Center where your student will pick up their Pacific ID card and room key. They will need their Pacific ID card for the dining hall and access to their residence. ORIENTATION CHECK IN (FAMILIES REGISTERED FOR ORIENTATION ONLY) During Move-In | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Pick up your New Family Orientation Swag Pack! You will receive your nametag and wristband which you will need throughout Orientation. Note: Families not participating in Orientation should take time to say goodbye to their students following the completion of their individual Move-In appointments. Students and families will separate for the remainder of Orientation programming.

ORIENTATION CHECK IN (FAMILIES REGISTERED FOR ORIENTATION ONLY) 3–5pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Pick up your New Family Orientation Swag Pack! You will receive your nametag and wristband which you will need throughout Orientation. PARENT AND FAMILY RECEPTION (OPTIONAL) 4–5:30pm and 6–7:30pm | President's Residence Mingle with other parents, meet Pacific leadership and celebrate the start of a new school year at this special reception at the home of President Christopher Callahan and First Lady Jean Callahan. Reception invite will be determined by your student's Move-In appointment. Pick up your ticket at check in.

MONDAY · AUGUST 22, 2022 BREAKFAST 7:30–9am | Knoles Lawn ORIENTATION CHECK IN (RESIDENTIAL AND NON-RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS) 8–9am | Burns Tower If your student missed the first opportunity to pick up their New Student Orientation Swag Pack, they can drop by the Orientation tent to receive their nametag and group information which they will need throughout the week. ORIENTATION CHECK IN (REGISTERED FAMILIES FOR ORIENTATION ONLY) 8–9am | Burns Tower If you missed the first opportunity, pick up your New Family Orientation Swag Pack! You will receive your nametag and wristband which you will need throughout Orientation.

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UNIVERSITY WELCOME 9–9:30am | Knoles Lawn President Christopher Callahan will welcome new students and families to University of the Pacific during this opening ceremony. New Family Orientation nametags and wristbands are required for entrance. COLLEGE TRANSITIONS: WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE FIRST YEAR AS A SUPPORTER 9:30–10am | Knoles Lawn The transition to college is an eventful one with many benchmarks and milestones along the way. This opening session will review the patterns of a student’s transition to college and offer suggestions for how parents and family members can support their students during this exciting time.

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MONDAY · AUGUST 22, 2022 (cont.) BREAKOUT SESSIONS 10am–Noon | Note: Rooms will close at capacity. Block One | 10am and 11am (sessions are repeated) | Choose One: The Pacific Living and Dining Experience | Alumni House Regardless of where your student lives, there are resources to help them make sure their living environment supports their student experience. Learn how your student will navigate residential living and dining experiences on campus, tips for managing meal plan points, special dietary needs and other helpful tips to practice in and out of the residence halls. Financing Your Student’s Education | DeRosa University Ballroom Hear from Financial Aid and Student Accounts representatives to learn how they can help students access their services and get answers to questions about everything from financial aid requirements, billing, payment plans, tips for financial responsibility and more. It’s Never Too Early to Plan: Resources for Academic Success | Presidents Room Learn how we support students through the registration process for accommodations and documentation requirements, while getting an overview of academic intervention programs, tutoring, library services and tools for academic success. Block Two | 10:30–11am | Choose One: ¡Bienvenidos a Las Familias! (Sesión en español) | McCaffrey Center Conozca recursos y consejos para ayudar a su estudiante en su experiencia universitaria. General Education at Pacific | Wendell Phillips Center (WPC) 140 Pacific’s General Education Program exposes students to areas of study outside of their major. Learn how Pacific students will develop essential knowledge and skills that are transferable to other courses at Pacific as well as to their personal and public lives.

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Living Pacific’s Values: Keeping Our Students and Campus Safe | Regents Room Pacific is one of only two private universities in California whose officers have full police officer authority, giving them the ability to focus on keeping the university community safe 24/7. In this session, we will discuss our approach to campus safety and how we provide opportunities for students to become invested citizen leaders in their campus community. Welcome! Families of Out-of-Area Students | Morris Chapel Whether you live outside of California or far enough from Stockton to require a lengthy drive, come connect with fellow parents and gain valuable perspective from the Pacific community. Block Three | 11:30am–Noon | Choose One: Welcome! Families of First-Generation College Students | Janet Leigh Theatre Connect with staff and faculty who support first-generation student scholars and meet the families of other new students. Undergraduate Research Opportunities at Pacific | Wendell Phillips Center (WPC) 140 Working alongside Pacific faculty and staff, our students make significant and innovative contributions to research in their field of study. Explore opportunities for how your student can engage in research and scholarship throughout their undergraduate careers. Living Pacific’s Values: Keeping Our Students and Campus Safe | Regents Room Pacific is one of only two private universities in California whose officers have full police officer authority, giving them the ability to focus on keeping the university community safe 24/7. In this session, we will discuss our approach to campus safety and how we provide opportunities for students to become invested citizen leaders in their campus community. Welcome! Families of Transfer Students | Morris Chapel Transferring from another school can be a major transition for everyone in the family. Connect with staff and faculty who sup-

port transfer student scholars and meet the families of other new students. LUNCH 11:30am–1pm | Knoles Lawn THE PACIFIC EDUCATION 1–2:15pm | Various The undergraduate academic experience at Pacific is designed to make our students informed and engaged citizens who think critically, act ethically and communicate effectively. In this session, families will join breakout sessions with their student's academic major/program. The academic unit will cast a vision of academic life at Pacific-painting a picture of all the exceptional learning opportunities awaiting your student. • Benerd College | Benerd 118 • College of the Pacific and Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry | Grace Covell

Student Panel: Making the Transition into the Pacific Community | Morris Chapel Join our Orientation and Transition Program student LEAD mentors for a panel discussion about their college experience. Their stories will highlight the transition to college, campus involvement and family engagement. Welcome! Families of First Year Honors Students | Wendell Phillips Center (WPC) 140 Connect with faculty who support first year honors and Humanities Scholar students and meet the families of other new students.

• Bookstore Shopping Trip | DeRosa University Center • Coffee & Chat | University Library (Starbucks) MEET AND GREET FOR PARENTS OF STUDENT-ATHLETES 3–5pm | Presidents Room This welcome event will highlight opportunities and expectations for student-athletes. MIXER WITH THE ACADEMIC DEANS 5–7pm | Knoles Lawn

COMFORT BREAK (OPTIONAL) 2:30–5pm | Various Take a break and enjoy some free exploration time! • Campus Tours (Available from 3pm–5pm only) | Burns Tower

• Conservatory of Music | Buck 113 • Eberhardt School of Business | Janet Leigh Theatre • School of Engineering and Computer Sciences | Wendell Phillips Center (WPC) 140 • School of Health Sciences | DeRosa University Center 211 • Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy | Biology Building 101 BREAKOUT SESSIONS 2:30–3pm | Note: Rooms will close at capacity. Block Four | 2:30pm and 3:30pm (sessions are repeated) | Choose One: Partners in Career Development: Strategies for Families | Alumni House Learn how your student will navigate finding on campus employment, internship, and other career preparation services. The Career team will answer questions, talk more about the university's job board, Handshake, and how they help students to expand their networks and connect with real-world employers and community partners.

TUESDAY · AUGUST 23, 2022 BREAKFAST 8–10am | Knoles Lawn

Block Five | 1pm and 2pm (sessions are repeated) | Choose One

OUR PACIFIC: COMMUNITY-BUILDING THROUGH STORYTELLING 10–11:30am | Knoles Lawn Take in the stories, reflections, and artistry of Pacific students, faculty, staff and alumni. This year’s program centers on themes of inclusion, belonging, growth and community.

Encouraging Your Student to Get Involved | President’s Room Explore strategies to encourage your student to get involved on campus. Highlights include on campus engagement, leadership, fraternity and sorority life and student activities.

DIVERSITY AND ENRICHMENT EXPO 11:30am–1pm | Various Following Our Pacific: Community Building Through Storytelling, join us for an afternoon filled with an array of open houses, tours and activities that will enrich your student’s experience as a Pacific Tiger. LUNCH 11:30am–1pm | Knoles Lawn BREAKOUT SESSIONS 1–3pm | Note: Rooms will close at capacity.

Creating a Culture of Care: Student Health and Well-being | Janet Leigh Theatre Hear from our Student Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) teams about resources available to your student to support their holistic mental health and wellness needs while at Pacific. Celebrating Diversity and Fostering Belonging | Regents Room Learn how Pacific supports and creates inclusive environments for students from diverse walks of life and backgrounds. This session begins the conversation of how you as a parent can empower your

students to identify resources, advocate for their individual needs and gain support for their holistic development to have a successful transition during their first year. COMFORT BREAK (OPTIONAL) 1–4pm | Various Take a break and enjoy some free exploration time! • Campus Tours (Available from 2pm3pm only) | Burns Tower • Bookstore Shopping Trip | DeRosa University Center • Coffee & Chat | University Library (Starbucks) CLOSING EVENT: STAYING CONNECTED TO YOUR STUDENT AND PACIFIC (OPTIONAL) 3–5pm | Alumni House At this closing reception, we will say farewell to our parents, families and supporters and talk about the ways you can stay involved with your student’s experience as new members of the Pacific Family.

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SATURDAY · AUGUST 20, 2022 MOVE-IN (RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) 9am–4pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Check in at the DeRosa University Center where you will pick up your Pacific ID card and room key. You will need your Pacific ID card for the dining hall and access to your residence. Move-In time will be assigned by Housing office. ORIENTATION CHECK IN (RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) During Move-In | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Pick up your New Student Orientation Swag Pack! You will receive your nametag, wristband and group information which you will need throughout the week.

SUNDAY · AUGUST 21, 2022 MOVE-IN (RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) 9am–4pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Check in at the DeRosa University Center where you will pick up your Pacific ID card and room key. You will need your Pacific ID card for the dining hall and access to your residence. Move-In time will be assigned by Housing office. ORIENTATION CHECK IN (RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) During Move-In | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Pick up your New Student Orientation Swag Pack! You will receive your nametag and group information which you will need throughout the week. ORIENTATION CHECK IN (NON-RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) 3–5pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Pick up your New Student Orientation Swag Pack! You will receive your nametag and group information which you will need throughout the week. PRE-ORIENTATION KICK-OFF EVENT 5–5:45pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn Kick off New Student Orientation with a special welcome from the Orientation team.

LET'S PLAY! 6–7pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn Join us for "Let's Play!", a high-spirited, high-energy event that allows new students to engage and laugh with each other and feel part of their new and exciting campus community. DINNER 7–8pm | Knoles Lawn COMMUTER STUDENT SOCIAL (NON-RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) 8–9pm | McCaffrey Center Mix and mingle with other students who live off campus as you enjoy delicious desserts and lively discussions. Commuter students will have an opportunity to ask questions and learn about parking, dining on campus, student employment and campus engagement. COMMUNITY MEETING IN YOUR NEW HOME (RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) 8–10pm | Residence Halls Meet your new neighbors and get to know the important ins and outs, requirements and rules of your residential community.

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MONDAY · AUGUST 22, 2022 THE PACIFIC EDUCATION 10–11am | Various The undergraduate academic experience at Pacific is designed to make our students informed and engaged citizens who think critically, act ethically and communicate effectively. In this session, students will join and meet leadership from their school and academic major who will cast a vision of the undergraduate academic experience at Pacific. • Benerd College | Benerd 118 • College of the Pacific and Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry | Faye Spanos Concert Hall • Conservatory of Music | Buck 113 • Eberhardt School of Business | Janet Leigh Theatre • School of Engineering and Computer Sciences | Grace Covell Hall • School of Health Sciences | DeRosa University Center 211 • Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy | Biology Building 101 TIGER HUDDLE 11am–Noon | Various Following The Pacific Education, students will be greeted by their Pacific LEADS mentor and Orientation group to discuss academic resources and services, student conduct and community standards, university policies, and other helpful tips to navigate their undergraduate academic experience. BREAKFAST 7:30am–9am | Knoles Lawn ORIENTATION CHECK IN (RESIDENTIAL AND NON-RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS) 8–9am | Burns Tower If you missed the first opportunity to pick up your New Student Orientation Swag Pack, drop by the Orientation tent to receive your nametag and group information which you will need throughout the week. UNIVERSITY WELCOME 9–9:30am | Knoles Lawn President Christopher Callahan welcomes new students and families to University of the Pacific during this opening ceremony. New Student Orientation nametags and wristbands are required for entrance.

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LUNCH Noon–1pm | Knoles Lawn BREAKOUT SESSIONS 1–3:45pm | Rotating Sessions Money Matters and Understanding Your Financial Responsibilities | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Students will engage with Financial Aid and Student Accounts representatives to learn how they can access services, get personalized attention and answers to questions about financial aid requirements, payment plans, billing, financial responsibity tips and more. Step Up: Building a Community of Respect | Various Pacific is a community that watches out for each other. Students will learn about what

TUESDAY · AUGUST 23, 2022 community means to us. Pacific LEADS mentors will facilitate conversations about topics including personal safety, consent, advocacy, and how students can be positive campus leaders who help create inclusive and safe spaces for everyone. Pacific Showdown: Dining and Sustainability Edition | Long Theatre Orientation groups will engage in a friendly game show-style competition answering questions and competing in mini challenges related to campus dining and what Pacific does to practice sustainability around campus. STUDENT PANELS 4–5pm | Various Our First Year Journeys at Pacific | Faye Spanos Making the transition from high school to college can be an exciting and challenging transition for students. In this session, Pacific LEADS mentors and other student leaders will share their personal experiences, lessons learned, and will provide advice to new first year students about finding a sense of belonging and community at Pacific. Our Transfer Journeys at Pacific | Janet Leigh Theatre Transferring from another school can be a major transition. In this session, Pacific LEADS mentors and other student leaders will share their personal experiences, tips, and advice to new students about finding a sense of belonging and community at Pacific.

BREAKFAST 8–10am | Knoles Lawn OUR PACIFIC: COMMUNITY-BUILDING THROUGH STORYTELLING 10–11:30am | Knoles Lawn Take in the stories, reflections and artistry of Pacific students, faculty, staff and alumni. This year’s program centers on themes of inclusion, belonging, growth and community. DIVERSITY AND ENRICHMENT EXPO 11:30am–1pm | Various Following Our Pacific: Community-Building Through Storytelling, please join us for an afternoon filled with an array of open houses, tours and activities that will enrich your experience as a Pacific Tiger. LUNCH 11:30am–1pm | Knoles Lawn BREAKOUT SESSIONS 1–3:45pm | Rotating Sessions First-Year Forecasting | Various This highly interactive workshop will help students explore their reasons for being at Pacific and use design thinking mindsets to envision three radically different versions of their college experience. Students will leave with resources and next steps for gaining experience and test driving their interests at Pacific during their first year on campus.

Navigating Mental Health and Wellbeing in College | Morris Chapel Mental health and wellness are important aspects of your holistic health and intersect with many other facets of your student experience. This session will provide students with the opportunity to connect with campus well-being resources and staff who are available during your Pacific experience. Getting and Staying Involved at Pacific | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Discover Pacific is an engaging program that introduces students to the ways they can get and stay connected at Pacific. With over 160+ student clubs and organizations, 11 social fraternities and sororities, student government, concerts, off campus excursions, volunteer opportunities, and a full calendar of student events, there is always something to do and see at Pacific! FINDING PURPOSE AND A SENSE OF BELONGING 4–5pm | Faye Spanos Learn how Pacific supports and creates inclusive environments for students from diverse walks of life and backgrounds. This session begins the conversation of how students can start to be empowered by their commonalities and create the space to learn, appreciate and celebrate their differences.

LIFE OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM: ENHANCING YOUR TRANSFER EXPERIENCE 4–5pm | Janet Leigh Theatre Hear from students, staff, and faculty about how to make the most of your short time at Pacific. Transfer students will learn valuable information and tips from various campus departments that support their unique student experiences and can help them to not just survive, but thrive in college. DINNER 5–6pm | Knoles Lawn TIGER NIGHT 6–10pm | Campus-wide As your New Student Orientation experience winds down, make sure you join us for this fun-filled evening. Don’t miss out! • Speed Friending | 6–8pm | DeRosa University Center Lair • 3x3 Soccer Tournament | 6–8pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn • Sailesh the Hypnotist | 7–9pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom • Paint n’ Sip at Sunset | 7–9pm | Redwood Grove (McCaffrey Center) • Firepit Social | 8–10pm | DeRosa University Center Firepits

DINNER 5–6pm | Knoles Lawn PACIFIC TRADITIONS TOUR AND CLASS PHOTO 6–8pm | Campus-wide Meet up with your Orientation group for a fun, campus-wide tour—Pacific style! Students will participate in games and challenges to show off their Pacific school pride and come together at the end for an incoming class photo. MOVIE ON THE LAWN 8–10pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn Join your fellow Tigers for a movie under the stars.

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SATURDAY–WEDNESDAY · AUGUST 20–24, 2022 SATURDAY · AUGUST 20, 2022

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SUNDAY · AUGUST 21, 2022

“A FRESH START” YOGA CLASS 5:15–6:15pm | Stripe Studio at Baun Fitness Center Rejuvenate and refresh your mind and body to get ready for the school year with some yoga. No experience necessary! Max: 25 participants.

DISNEY ZUMBA 5:15–6:15pm | Stripe Studio at Baun Fitness Center Wear your best Disney outfit, toss on some Mickey ears, sing along and dance up a sweat to some Disney classics! Max: 25 participants.

MOVIE ON THE LAWN 8–10pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn Join your fellow Tigers for a movie under the stars.

TIGER NIGHT 6–10pm | Campus-wide Join us for this fun-filled evening. Don’t miss out!

MOVE-IN (RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) 9am–4pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Check in at the DeRosa University Center where you will pick up your room key. Move-In time will be assigned by Housing office.

MOVE-IN (RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) 9am–4pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Check in at the DeRosa University Center where you will pick up your room key. Move-In time will be assigned by Housing office. COMMUNITY MEETING IN YOUR NEW HOME (RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS ONLY) 8–10pm | Residence Halls Meet your new neighbors and get to know the important ins and outs, requirements and rules of your residential community.

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MUSIC AND CHILL ON THE LAWN 11am–1pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn Play rec games, listen to music and make friends at this chill session on the DUC Lawn.

COMMUNITY SOCIALS 8–10pm | Residence Halls Hang out in your residential communities and get to know your neighbors!

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MUSIC AND CHILL ON THE LAWN 11am–1pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn Play rec games, listen to music and make friends at this chill session on the DUC Lawn.

• Speed Friending | 6–8pm | DeRosa University Center Lair • 3x3 Soccer Tournament | 6–8pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn • Paint n’ Sip at Sunset | 7–9pm | Redwood Grove (McCaffrey Center) • Firepit Social | 8–10pm | DeRosa University Center Firepits COMMUNITY SOCIALS 8–10pm | Residence Halls Hang out in your residential communities and get to know your neighbors!

WEDNESDAY · AUGUST 24, 2022 TIGER ROAR 11:15am–Noon | Faye Spanos Concert Hall Come out and welcome the incoming class at this special Pacific tradition! CAMPUS-WIDE LUNCH 11:30am–1:30pm | Knoles Lawn

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WEDNESDAY · AUGUST 24, 2022 10:30am | Faye Spanos Concert Hall CONVOCATION PROGRAM

PACIFIC HAIL!

PROCESSIONAL Pacific Brass Ensemble Sadie Glass, Director

Words and Music by Lois Warner Winston ’23

WELCOME Maria Pallavicini Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS Christopher Callahan President STUDENT ADDRESS Angel Zhong ASuop President

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FACULTY ADDRESS Carla Strickland-Hughes Assistant Professor of Psychology Recipient of the Corson Award for the Distinguished Teaching of First-Year Students

From o’er the rugged mountains standing high; From out the broad low valleys, ‘neath the sky; Our alma mater calls, We cannot fail, Our voices blend in praise, Pacific Hail! Pacific Hail! — Long may her flaming torch give out its light; Long may her spirit guide us in the right; To her we pledge our hearts, We dare not fail; To her we raise our song, Pacific Hail! Pacific Hail!

CLOSING REMARKS Maria Pallavicini Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs BENEDICTION Kim Montenegro Director of Religious and Spiritual Life PACIFIC HAIL! Pacific Brass Ensemble Virginia Kelsey, Vocalist RECESSIONAL Pacific Brass Ensemble ACADEMIC PROCESSION Faculty Marshal and Mace Bearer University Faculty ASuop President Director of Religious and Spiritual Life Academic Deans Cabinet Members Provost President

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WEDNESDAY · AUGUST 24, 2022 NEW STUDENT CONVOCATION 10:30–11:30am | Faye Spanos Concert Hall A long-standing tradition at Pacific, this event welcomes new students and sets the stage for their education at University of the Pacific. CAMPUS-WIDE LUNCH 11:30am–1:30pm | Knoles Lawn ACADEMIC PROGRAMMING 1:30–5pm | Varies by School Connect and engage with new and returning students and faculty from your major cohort and learn more about the ins and outs of your undergraduate academic experience.

• Music Therapy | Buck 109 • Music Performance | Instrumental Rehearsal Hall • Jazz Studies | Buck 123 • Music Composition | Buck 110 • Choose Your Own Adventure (All COM Students | 3–3:30pm and 3:30– 4pm | Various | Pick Two Sessions: • Summer Music Festival Student Panel with Professor Sadie Glass | Buck 113 • Your Music and the Owen Recording Studio | Buck 109 • Tour of Music Library Resources with Professor Veronica Wells | Buck 123

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• Bioengineering | Anderson 237 • Mechanical Engineering Khoury | 205 • School of Engineering and Computer Science Dessert Social (All SOECS Students) | 4–5pm | Southwest Lawn (outside of CTC) School of Health Sciences | Speech Language Pathology • Group Advising and Getting Set Up for Success (New SLP Students) | 1:30–2:30pm | Pharmacy and Health Sciences (PHS) Building 114 • SLP Student Mixer (All SLP Students) | 2:30–3pm | PHS Building 114

• Get a Head Start on Time Management: Tricks and Tips with Dr. Brittany Trotter | Buck 110

• SLP Department Tour (All SLP Students) | 3–3:15pm | PHS Building, SLP Department

• Tips to Maximize Your Ensemble Experience with Dr. Nguyen and Dr. Latta | Instrumental Rehearsal Hall

• Journey Through The Clinic (All SLP Students) | 3:15–4pm | PHS Building, Hearing and Language Center Clinic

• Benerd College Scavenger Hunt (All BC Students) | 2:30–4:00pm

• Small Ensemble and You with Professor Kyle Bruckmann | Recital Hall

• Benerd College Dessert Social (All BC Students) | 4–5pm | Benerd College

• Music Health and Wellness | Choral Rehearsal Hall

• School of Health Sciences Dessert Social (All SLP Students) | 4–5pm | PHS 114

Benerd College • Group Advising (New BC Students) | 1:30–2:30pm | Advisors will email students their group advising time and locations

College of the Pacific • Group Advising and Getting Set Up for Success (New COP Students) | 1:30–4:30pm | Advisors will email students their group advising time and locations. When not in your group advising session, join us for games and other fun with College of the Pacific faculty, staff and students. • Games on the South Lawn (All COP Students) | 2–4pm | South Lawn (Outside Biology Building) • College of the Pacific Dessert Social (All COP Students) | 4–5pm | South Lawn (Outside of Biology Building) Conservatory of Music • Group Advising and Getting Set Up for Success with Jonathan Latta and Veronica Henderson (New COM Students) | 1:30–2:15pm | Buck 113 • Meet Your Program Director (All COM Students) | 2:20–3pm | Various • Music Management and Music Industry Studies | Buck 113 • Music Education | Choral Rehearsal Hall

• Conservatory of Music Dessert Social (All COM Students) | 4–5pm | Burcham Walkway

Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy • Welcome, Pre-Pharms! | 1:30–2pm | Pharmacy and Health Sciences Building 115

Eberhardt School of Business • Group Advising (New ESB Students) | 1:30–2:15pm | Advisors will email students their group advising time and locations

• Group Advising | 2–3pm | Pharmacy and Health Sciences Building (Advisors will email students their group advising time and location)

• Esports Interactive Tournament (All ESB Students) | 2:30–4:30pm | Weber Hall 108 • Eberhardt School of Business End of Summer Bash (All ESB Students) | 2:30–4:30pm | Weber Hall • Eberhardt School of Business Dessert Social (All ESB Students) | 4–5pm | Knoles Lawn School of Engineering and Computer Science • Group Advising | 1:30–2:30pm | Various • Civil Engineering | Chambers Technology Center (CTC) 113 • Engineering Management | CTC 113 • Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Physics | CTC 115 • Computer Science | CTC 114

• Open Office Hours with Kim and Erica | 3–4pm | Pharmacy and Health Sciences Building 108 • Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy Dessert Social (All TJL Students) | 4–5pm | PHS 115 CONNECT WITH THE CALLAHANS 5–6pm and 6:30–7:30pm | President's Residence Mingle with other students, meet Pacific leadership and celebrate the start of a new school year at this special reception at the home of President Christopher Callahan and First Lady Jean Callahan. Resident Assistants will bring communities to this event. ROCK TOWER HOURS 5–8pm | Baun Fitness Center Join us for open climbing hours at Baun Fitness Center. Learn to climb or practice your skills on our wall.

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THURSDAY · AUGUST 25, 2022 MEET AND GREET: RESIDENTIAL LIFE AND HOUSING OFFICE 10–11am | Calaveras Hall Lobby Drop in and say hello. Learn about your housing resources and where to go to get your questions answered.

TIGER X SPIN CLASS 5:30–6pm | Baun Fitness Center Come join us in one of our first spin classes in almost two years! Ride, climb, and spring in this complete workout experience that will keep you sweating on and off of the bike. This is a great class for those trying to incorporate both cardio and strength training into one 30-minute workout. Max: 25 participants.

MEET AND GREET: MILITARY AND VETERAN STUDENT SERVICES 10–11am | Military and Veteran Student Center Pacific’s Military and Veteran Student Center provides programs and services in support of the academic and personal experience of our active duty, reserve, military-affiliated and veteran students. Meet the team here to help you succeed!

WEIGHT ROOM WEDNESDAY 5:30–7:30pm | Baun Fitness Center Drop in to Baun Fitness Center and attend a weight room orientation with one of our personal trainers! They will be offering a tutorial on how to use specific equipment. They are also hosted during the semester on every 3rd Wednesday of the month! ZUMBA FITNESS PREVIEW CLASS 5:30–7:30pm | Baun Fitness Center Drop in to Baun Fitness Center and attend a weight room orientation with one of our personal trainers! They will be offering a tutorial on how to use specific equipment. They are also hosted during the semester on every 3rd Wednesday of the month! OPEN RECREATION 6:30–11pm | Janssen-Lagorio Gym Open gym and pick up basketball in Jansen-Lagorio Gym. MOVIE NIGHT: A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD 7–9pm | Janet Leigh Theatre Join us for a movie night where we'll learn how everyone is a neighbor and a hero. Hosted by Pacific College Corps. UPCYCLING FOR STOCKTON ANIMAL SHELTER 8–9pm | DUC 211 Join College Corps members as we upcycle old t-shirts into toys for our furry friends at the Stockton Animal Shelter! We’ll teach you how and provide all the materials. TARGET TAKEOVER 8–11pm | Target Stockton Store Pacific Students will have an opportunity for a late-night shopping spree at Target! Enjoy a complimentary ride to pick up last-minute necessities for your residence hall room, and get additional discounts from your favorite local businesses including Starbucks, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Raising Cane's. Buses will depart every 30 minutes from Burns Tower.

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FIND YOUR CLASS TOURS 11am–4pm | DeRosa University Center Lobby Bring your class schedule and a current student leader will show you around campus. GARDEN DROP-IN All Day | Ted & Chris Robb Garden The Ted & Chris Robb Garden is an organic fruit and vegetable garden located on Pacific’s Stockton Campus and cultivated using biointensive methods. It is a very special natural space that serves as an experiential learning laboratory for Pacific students and a social commons for all. FOOD PANTRY OPEN HOUSE All Day | Wendell Phillips Center (WPC) 98 The Pacific Food Pantry is a resource for Pacific students who could use some assistance making ends meet. If you have a need, we want to help! BAUN FITNESS CENTER OPEN HOURS 6am–Midnight | Baun Fitness Center PROFESSIONAL HEADSHOT DROP-IN 9–11am | DeRosa University Center Come dressed to (professionally) impress and a skilled photographer will capture several photos fit for your career and business needs. Plus, enjoy an interactive photobooth to celebrate Week of Welcome! SUCCESS TRIO SOCIAL 9–10am | DeRosa University Center Lawn Meet the team and learn about how SUCCESS TRiO can assist first generation college students with academic and personal support services.

TAKE CARE FAIR 11am–1pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn Campus departments and partners welcome you to this interactive mental health, well-being, and holistic care fair with information, activities and free giveaways. NOONBALL Noon–1:30pm | Main Gym Open gym and pickup basketball play in Main Gym. CAREER SERVICES SOCIAL Noon–1:30pm | McCaffrey Center Walkway Come join Career Services at the Career

Hut to learn about on campus jobs and the services/events we provide. STUDY ABROAD INFO SESSION Noon–1pm | Benerd College 208 Exploring education abroad opportunities is the beginning of an exciting journey, and we’re here to help. Pacific has hundreds of programs to meet the academic and financial needs of all students. Our goal is to help you find your best fit and get you abroad for the experience of a lifetime. SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES (SSD) OPEN HOUSE 1–3pm | McCaffrey Center 2nd Floor Drop in and meet with Services for Students with Disabilities staff to discuss accommodations, registration process, test proctoring center, how to request faculty notification letters and how to use the SSD Student Portal. COMMUNITY, IDENTITIES, AND CULTURE: CENTER FOR IDENTITY AND INCLUSION OPEN HOUSE 1–3pm | McCaffrey Center 1st and 2nd Floors All are welcome to explore and enjoy the spaces of the newly formed Center for Identity and Inclusion! Pacific students will receive passports for stamping as they go through spaces throughout the McCaffrey Center 1st and 2nd Floor while learning about campus resources, engaging with staff and getting to know their fellow students. MEET AND GREET: VICE PRESIDENT FOR DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION Noon–1:30pm | Hand Hall 248 Come through the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for an informal meet and greet with the Vice President for DEI, Mary Lomax-Ghirarduzzi.

STUDENT ACCOUNTS INFO SESSION 2–3pm | DUC 211 Meet the Student Accounts team and learn helpful tips and tricks for managing your student account. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT INFO SESSION 2–3pm | Grace Covell Hall New international students are invited to attend this information session to discuss resources and advice for navigating immigration compliances and the optional practical training (OPT) and curricular practical training (CPT) processes. SWEETS WITH THE GREEKS 2–4pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Enjoy a dessert bar and meet members of social Greek organizations. Learn about events, how to join and hear personal experiences from members. YOUR GUIDE TO DINING AT PACIFIC 3–4pm | DeRosa University Center Marketplace Meet the Bon Appetit team and learn how you can optimize your dining experience at Pacific. Explore all the options that your meal plan provides you, learn about how your special dietary needs can be met and hear from Chef Marco about Bon Appetit’s commitment to bringing you fresh and locally sourced food products. DEVELOPING INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE 3–4pm | Grace Covell Hall New international students are invited to attend this information session to discuss ways to communicate effectively through cross-cultural exchanges and connections. CONNECT WITH THE CALLAHANS 5–6pm and 6:30–7:30pm | President's Residence Mingle with other students, meet Pacific leadership and celebrate the start of a new school year at this special reception at the home of President Christopher Callahan and First Lady Jean Callahan. Resident Assistants will bring communities to this event. TIGER PROWLIN’ THE MILE (CONTINUING STUDENTS ONLY) 6–9pm | Miracle Mile Pacific students will have an opportunity to check out a popular Stockton neighborhood called the Miracle Mile which features local shopping, dining, entertainment, arts and more. With specialty shops and boutiques, outdoor dining,

coffeehouses, and a vibrant nightlife, there is something for everyone! Enjoy a complimentary ride and bring your Pacific ID card for extra discounts from local businesses and restaurants. Buses will depart every 30 minutes from Burns Tower. TIGER X CLASS: STRONG NATION-TRAIN TO THE BEATS 6:15–7:15pm | Stripe Studio at Baun Fitness Center Amplify your workout by combining bodyweight, cardio and plyometric training synched to original music designed to match every rep! Max: 25 participants. OPEN RECREATION 6:30–11pm | Janssen-Lagorio Gym Open gym and pickup basketball in the Janssen-Lagorio Gym. MEN’S SOCCER VS. UC SAN DIEGO 7pm | Knoles Field Support your fellow Pacific Tigers at this home game! #UpRoar BLACKLIGHT CLIMB 8–10:30pm | Rock Tower at Baun Fitness Center Whether a beginner or experienced climber, wear your neon and come climb the 36ft Rock Tower at the Baun Fitness Center for this special blacklight event! Equipment and instruction provided. COMMUNITY SOCIALS 8–10pm | Residence Halls Hang out in your residential communities and get to know your neighbors!

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FRIDAY · AUGUST 26, 2022 BAUN FITNESS CENTER OPEN HOURS 6am–Midnight | Baun Fitness Center PROFESSIONAL HEADSHOT DROP-IN 9–11am | DeRosa University Center Come dressed to (professionally) impress and a skilled photographer will capture several photos fit for your career and business needs. Plus, enjoy an interactive photobooth to celebrate Week of Welcome! SUSTAINABILITY WALKING TOUR 9–11am | Starting at DeRosa University Center Lobby Visit campus sustainability features and learn how you can participate. FIND YOUR CLASS TOURS 9–11am and 2–4pm | DeRosa University Center Lobby Bring your class schedule and a current student leader will show you around campus. #PACIFICFRIDAY TIGER FAIR 11am–2pm | DeRosa University Center Walkway Start your journey connecting to Pacific! Meet different offices and learn about campus resources and connect with on campus clubs and organizations. SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES (SSD) OPEN HOUSE 1–3pm | McCaffrey Center 2nd Floor Drop in and meet with Services for Students with Disabilities Staff to discuss accommodations, registration process, test proctoring center, how to request faculty notification letters and how to use the SSD Student Portal. COMMUNITY, IDENTITIES AND CULTURE: CENTER FOR IDENTITY AND INCLUSION OPEN HOUSE 1–3pm | McCaffrey Center 1st and 2nd Floors All are welcome to explore and enjoy the spaces of the newly formed Center for Identity and Inclusion! Pacific students will receive passports for stamping as they go through spaces, while learning about campus resources, engaging with staff and getting to know their fellow students. SUSTAINABILITY TRIVIA SLAM 2–2:45pm | DeRosa University Center 211 Win reusable swag by participating in this fun trivia session to test your knowledge about sustainability. You don’t have to win the trivia to win a prize!

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STUDY ABROAD INFO SESSION 2–3pm | Benerd College 208 Exploring education abroad opportunities is the beginning of an exciting journey, and we’re here to help. Pacific has hundreds of programs to meet the academic and financial needs of all students. Our goal is to help you find your best fit and get you abroad for the experience of a lifetime. STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES AND COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (CAPS) OPEN HOUSE 2–3pm | Cowell Building Meet the Student Health Services and CAPS teams and enjoy refreshments, essential oil stations, tours, games, and learn how you can utilize their student services. DIGITAL HUMANITIES SUMMER FELLOWSHIP PRESENTATIONS 3–5pm | University Library Join students from the Summer 2022 Digital Humanities Summer Fellowship program in an interactive display of their projects. Summer Fellows explored the topic of forced Japanese American relocation and its impact on communities at Pacific and the Central Valley. HUMANITIES AND POWELL SCHOLARS GATHERING (INVITE ONLY) 5–8pm | DeRosa University Center 211 Launching our adventures for the new academic year, the Pacific Humanities Scholars and Powell Scholars programs invite their first-year cohorts to join Associate Professor Jeffrey Hole and Courtney Lehmann for dinner, connect with other scholars and learn more about the program. This is an excellent opportunity to build community and develop lasting relationships with other scholars. ROCK TOWER OPEN HOURS 5–8pm | Rock Tower at Baun Fitness Center SUPER SMASH BROS. TOURNAMENT 5–11pm | DeRosa University Center Ballroom Compete in this bracket style tournament showdown against other students in Super Smash Bros. Come hang out, eat food, win prizes, watch side tournaments and see who will become the campus champion. Pre-register to guarantee your bracket spot. Limited walk-in spots available.

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OPEN RECREATION 6:30–11pm | Janssen-Lagorio Gym Open gym and pickup basketball play in Jansen-Lagorio Gym. COMMUNITY SOCIALS 8–10pm | Residence Halls Hang out in your residential communities and get to know your neighbors!

SATURDAY · AUGUST 27, 2022 SUSTAINABILITY WALKING TOUR 9–11am | Starting at DeRosa University Center Lobby Visit campus sustainability features and learn how you can participate. BAUN FITNESS CENTER OPEN HOURS 10am–8pm | Baun Fitness Center ROCK TOWER OPEN HOURS Noon–2pm | Rock Tower at Baun Fitness Center ONE WORD PHOTO DROP-INS Noon–3pm | DeRosa University Center Lobby If you could select one word to replace your name, what word would it be? The One Word Project is a black and white portrait photograph project created to allow students to self-reflect and take a deeper look at their own character. Simply select one word to represent your “ideal self” and strike a pose for your photo.

MEET AND GREET: ASUOP SENATORS 3–5pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn The Associated Students of University of the Pacific (ASuop) is the governing student body that is responsible for advocating and working on behalf of student concerns. To benefit students, ASuop government maintains close working relationships with the Division of Student Life and partnerships around the Stockton community. Come meet the student leader representing you and your school and learn about how they plan to advocate for your student needs. OPEN RECREATION 6:30–11pm | Janssen-Lagorio Gym Open gym and pickup basketball in the Janssen-Lagorio Gym. ASUOP BLOCK PARTY 7–11pm | For more details, follow @PacificASuop Block Party is ASuop’s annual kick-off concert for the year! A night full of live music and good times with old and new friends.

SUNDAY · AUGUST 28, 2022 MORNING MEDITATION 10–11am | Morris Chapel Lawn Join Religious and Spiritual Life for a short, outdoor, guided meditation led by Pacific Chaplain Kim Montenegro on the Morris Chapel Lawn. This will be a chance to calm yourself, reset and mindfully prepare for classes to begin on Monday. BAUN FITNESS CENTER OPEN HOURS 10am–10pm | Baun Fitness Center PAINT N' SIP WITH THE VOLUNTEER CENTER 11am–Noon | Morris Chapel Join Pacific's Volunteer Center as we build community, enjoy treats, and create inspired artwork to share with our local Hospice Centers. CHILL OUT WITH PUBLIC SAFETY 11am–1pm |DeRosa University Center Lawn Meet the officers who keep our campus and Pacific community safe.

WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. OREGON STATE 1pm | Knoles Field Support your fellow Pacific Tigers at this home game! #UpRoar REC FEST AND GREEK CARNIVAL 1–4pm | DeRosa University Center Lawn Come meet the Greek and sport clubs and learn more about Pacific Recreation programs and services. Enjoy games, inflatables, a mechanical bull, snacks and more! OPEN RECREATION 6:30–11pm | Janssen-Lagorio Gym Open gym and pickup basketball in the Janssen-Lagorio Gym. COMMUNITY SOCIALS 8–10pm | Residence Halls Hang out in your residential communities and get to know your neighbors!

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