I’ve always enjoyed training new employees at my previous jobs and I’ve also enjoyed teaching Sabbath School, so I’m really happy this position became available. I also have a heart for PUC and have always wanted to move back to this area. God opened the doors.
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PUC Ranked in Top Ten by U.S. News & World Report
September 20, 2019
Pacific Union College has once again found itself ranked in the top ten schools in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges list. Furthermore, the college’s name appears four times in the 2020 rankings, all within the top 15. PUC has been ranked for the following:
PUC Ranked in Top Ten by Washington Monthly
September 20, 2019
Pacific Union College has been ranked by Washington Monthly in the 2019 top ten for Best Colleges for adult learners in the 2-year degree category. Washington Monthly rates schools based on what they do for the country.
London Streets: Honors Students Explore Ethics, History, and Literature in the UK
September 17, 2019
Education is most effective when taken from the traditional classroom setting into experiential learning situations. PUC offers many opportunities for study tours around the world, and this summer, Honors students took their learning to the literal streets as they toured London for a class called “London Streets.”
Mindy C. Smith, '12
Associate veterinarian, Equine Medicine
The biology program at PUC gave me the foundation needed to transition into veterinary course work with ease. My professors were not only wonderful instructors, but ensured my academic success through personal mentorship and course flexibility. The smaller class sizes afforded many opportunities for leadership and teaching roles that greatly enhanced my application in a highly competitive pool.
Erika Dalida, ’18
Loma Linda University Occupational Therapy student
“I’m so glad I chose PUC. I tell everyone to come here because I feel like we’re all family. The health communication major was perfect for me. The professors make you feel like an individual instead of just part of a group. I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”