STOCKTON — University of the Pacific students performed more than 60,400 hours of community service last year and raised more than $48,500 to help more than 20,000 people in underserved communities, the university announced Tuesday.
“Through their work in the community, Pacific students are both applying what they learn and learning as they apply their education through service,” said Erin Rausch, director of the university’s Center for Community Involvement. “Through reaching out, students develop values of civic engagement and community responsibility.”
Students provided health care and legal services from the university’s three campuses. Here is how it broke down:... Read More