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Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 2017

The University of the Pacific offers an accelerated Pre-dental Advantage Program which streamlines your path towards dental school. Depending on how fast you choose to take the program, you can be in dental school after as little as two years of college! Being a smaller private school, you also get much smaller class sizes compared to public schools. A science lecture at any given UC school such as UCLA or UCR can easily have upwards of 300 students, whereas the biggest science class at UOP was around 60. The much smaller student to faculty ratio means that you will have a much greater opportunity to get to know your professors and to let your professors know you, an instrumental part in getting letters of recommendation and research opportunities. Finally, the University of the Pacific dental school is very kind towards applicants from their undergraduate campus. The minimum GPA and DAT score that a UOP undergraduate student needs to earn in order to guarantee an interview is significantly lower than that of the average accepted student's scores. And upon reaching the interview phase, UOP undergraduates have enjoyed upwards of a 90% acceptance rate year after year. If your heart is set on dentistry, University of the Pacific is the place to be.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Political Science
Graduation Year: 2012

I had an excellent experience at the University of the Pacific. The department of Political Science, where I studied, had excellent professors who were good teachers and also contributed important research to the field. Overall, the degree has been useful although very few people outside of the region are aware of the university.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2012

Though the school has some opportunities, there is definitely not a lot of help nor development for the workforce, the curriculum is often theoretical and does not allow you to gain entry level skills, making it difficult to get started in your field of choice. Over all some professors care more about your education than other who just want to get back to their research, where there is not a lot of opportunities for students to get involved with either. Unless you are applying to one of the sciences, you are more thank likely to achieve an average education that might not out weight the debt you will accumulate in the four years.

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Degree: Pre-Pharmacy Studies
Graduation Year: 2016

University of the Pacific's Pre-Pharmacy Advantage Program definitely has its perks. There's 3 programs, 2+3, 3+3, and 4+3. The first number corresponds to the number of undergraduate years of study and the last 3 years are for pharmacy school. I'm in the 3+3 program which has a nice balance of difficult but not too vigorous course schedules and I obtain my pharmacy doctorate degree one year quicker than my counterpart at a different university. The science courses are tough, but doable. The professors are stern but fair. Overall my experience was great and I couldn't be happier that I will be attending pharmacy school next fall.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Exercise Science
Graduation Year: 2016

University of the Pacific is the institution that has reinforced my desire for striving for my goal of becoming a physical therapist. UOP has offered me so many networking opportunities, allowing me to participate in many extracurricular activities, allowing many leadership roles, and offered to build my assets; including, cooperation, dedication, teamwork, public speaking. etc. University of the Pacific has shaped me through the exposing me to a number of individuals I've encountered, from the many club members to the encouraging professors. With everyone's help, I was able to complete my undergraduate degree with gratitude and was offered a seat at their Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Visual and Performing Arts, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

The Art department of Pacific is fantastic. The professors, students, studios, and general atmosphere are all great. Overall this school is a pretty friendly and welcoming place. The classes are also smaller, so there is a lot more involvement, and you won't just be a face in the crowd.

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Degree: Biochemistry
Graduation Year: 2013

Beautiful campus. The teachers (at least in the chemistry department) are here to teach, not just complete research. They will always make time to be available to their students and help them out. I loved it so much, I am here for grad school!

4 out of 5
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Degree: English
Graduation Year: 2015

Pacific is a great school. They have a beautiful campus, excellent academics and great student body/campus life activities

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2010

LOVED Pacific and everything it had to offer. The small class sizes and one on one attention you receive from faculty is amazing and worth it!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Health Sciences
Graduation Year: 2014

If you want your professors to know who you are and really care whether or not you succeed, UOP is the school for you. Small class sizes, individual attention, small-school community among students.

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