It was recently announced that Pacific Union College President Bob Cushman will be leaving PUC at the end of this school year. On behalf of the entire PUC community, we want to thank President Cushman for his tireless efforts on behalf of our beloved PUC, our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and greater SDA constituency. We are grateful for Bob’s years of service and dedication to Adventist education, even beyond those years at PUC.
PUC classes will resume on January 4 after winter break via remote learning with on-campus exceptions for some programs and students. Please visit our Winter Campus Plan for details and to submit an application to remain on campus.
Walter C. Utt Center Achieves Accreditation
November 18, 2020
This November, PUC’s Walter C. Utt Center for Adventist History received “Approved” accreditation status from the General Conference Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research (ASTR). This accreditation is the second highest rank that is possible to achieve and will last until 2025.
PUC Sees Enrollment Growth in Fall 2020
October 13, 2020
Pacific Union College (PUC) began classes this fall quarter with an increase in enrollment, breaking the nationwide trend of enrollment decreases. The college saw a 4% increase in overall headcount, while higher education institutions across the country saw an average 3.8% decrease.
Welcome Home, PUC!
October 8, 2020
The local evacuation order was lifted for the Angwin community on Tuesday and we are so happy to welcome our PUC family and neighbors back home! We are very blessed that our campus remained safe and untouched during the Glass Fire and are grateful for the amazing firefighters and other first responders who work so hard to keep our campus and community safe.
PUC Students Travel To Beirut To Aid In Relief Efforts
September 15, 2020
On August 4, a huge blast struck the Lebanese capital city of Beirut, killing at least 135 people, wounding more than 5,000, and leaving more than 300,000 people homeless. Across the world, Pacific Union College students Alex Nelson and Gilund Fayard were spending their summer working as guides for the outdoor adventure company, Way to Moab in Moab, Utah, and had no idea their lives would change in just a short few days. When given the opportunity to join relief efforts in Beirut, both young men jumped at the opportunity.
Glass Fire Relief Fund
Many of our students, faculty, and staff have been affected by the Glass Fire. If you would like to help support our PUC family members directly during this emergency, we welcome your urgent online donations. Thank you for your generosity, your continued support, and your prayers.
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Fall Campus Plan
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