The Centers housed within the College of the Pacific express our fundamental commitment to engaging students, faculty and the community beyond the classroom on matters of cultural, social and environmental significance.
Jacoby Center for Public Service and Civic Leadership
The Jacoby Center helps students learn to study social and political issues through research projects, internships and other experiences.
John Muir Center
The John Muir Center was established in 1989 to encourage greater use of the John Muir Papers by the scholarly community and to promote the study of California and its impact upon the global community.
The Humanities Center promotes the value of art, music, theatre and film, as well as the traditional humanities disciplines — classical and religious studies, philosophy, literature and languages.