Pacific Union College (PUC) has released a new Vision for the Future that details the college’s extensive plans for the years to come. This vision will expand the college’s reach, make higher education accessible to a wider range of students, and ensure PUC’s future as a leader in the Christian college marketplace.
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Pacific Union College has always been a place of refuge where students can learn and grow. While that is still the case, this is not a normal school year.
Students are isolated through social distancing, virtual learning, masks and plexiglass. Professors teach through screens or in classrooms that aren't full. It is taking a tremendous amount of time and resources to make this school year both safe and successful.
Students choose PUC because they want more than just a diploma on graduation day. As we know, the connections and memories that are made at PUC last a lifetime as students live, work and grow together.
Now more than ever, we want to ensure all our students — facing uncertainty, insecurity, and unprecedented challenges — can still have the same meaningful experiences and education that make time at PUC so transformative.
When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze. Isaiah 43:2-3
Ralph Trecartin Announced as Pacific Union College’s 24th President
May 25, 2021
Dr. Ralph Trecartin has been selected by the Pacific Union College Board of Trustees to be thenext president of Pacific Union College. He will begin his role as president on July 1, 2021, andwill be the college’s twenty-fourth president in its 138-year history.
PUC Awarded $210,000 Distance Learning Grant from USDA
May 20, 2021
Pacific Union College (PUC) was recently awarded a Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grant from the USDA worth $210,392. Only four of these grants were awarded within the entire state of California with the intention of connecting rural communities with services and opportunities through telecommunications.
PUC Students Bring the Love of Butterflies to Local Elementary School
April 12, 2021
Students from Pacific Union College recently visited Howell Mountain Elementary School (HME), a local public school, to teach second and third grade students all about monarch butterflies and to get them hands-on in the learning process!
PUC Nursing Students Administer COVID-19 Vaccines to Essential Workers
January 8, 2021
PUC’s department of nursing is working in our community to provide health services in partnership with Adventist Health St. Helena and St. Helena Hospital Foundation Mobile Health Unit. Not only are the students making a difference and increasing their knowledge, but they are also getting unique, hands-on experience on the front lines of a pandemic.