It is Pacifica’s policy to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act-As Amended (ADAAA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and state and local regulations regarding students and applicants with disabilities. Under these laws, no qualified individual with a disability will be unlawfully denied access to, or participation in, services, programs, or activities of Pacifica Graduate Institute. Forms and policies from the Disability Services office can be accessed via the link directly above.
While the process of financing an education can be challenging, the Financial Aid Office is committed to making this process as manageable as possible. The purpose of financial aid is to provide financial assistance to students enrolled on at least a halftime basis (minimum of three units/quarter) in an eligible program at Pacifica. See the My Financial Aid system for secure online access to real-time information regarding your financial aid status.
The Research Library supports graduate-level study in the areas of counseling psychology, clinical psychology, depth psychology, mythological studies, education, and the humanities. In addition to materials available, the Library offers a number of services designed to meet your research needs; these include circulation services, interlibrary loans, reference assistance, and special collections access. The library provides the following tools and services, among many others:
- Interlibrary Loan Requests
- Library Catalogs
- Library Journals and Ebooks Directory
- Research Databases
Pacifica’s Information Technology department is committed to advancing the use of technology to enhance the quality and effectiveness of the educational experience for our students, faculty, and staff. Our office is uniquely structured to provide technical support and computing services in support of Pacifica’s mission of providing quality graduate degree programs that foster research in the fields of psychology, humanities, and mythological studies. The following services are provided to you by our Information Technology department:
The Office of the Registrar provide a variety of services related to the creation and maintenance of academic records, and is committed to addressing the needs of students, alumni, and the campus community in a timely, personable manner. View their forms to see the services they provide.
The Student Accounts Office bills and collects tuition, residential and non-residential fees, additional lodging, and other Pacifica-related charges. It is the mission of the Student Accounts Office at Pacifica Graduate Institute to provide support and assistance for students in meeting these financial obligations while pursuing their education. Our office is located at the Lambert Campus, in the Guest House. You may also access your student account information and make online payments 24/7 through your my.pacifica.edu account.
Pacifica Graduate Institute aims to host students in an environment that promotes academic growth and personal comfort. Student life at Pacifica is based on respect for self and others, responsibility, and consciousness of behaviors and attitudes that form the basis of a community of learners. View their forms to see the services they provide.
Pacifica provides access to numerous online writing resources, as well as three writing tutors, free of charge to currently enrolled students who need help with course papers. This includes English as Second Language (ESL) writing assistance. Tutors may help with grammar, structure, MLA and APA formatting, and more. Online writing resources and contact information for tutors can be accessed via the link directly above.