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University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211

Intercultural Student Success

Who We Are

Intercultural Student Success (ISS) oversees the Pride Resource Center, Black Student Success, Women's Resource Center, and Latinx Outreach "El Centro".  

The Pride Resource Center and the Women's Resource Center are located in the ISS main offices at the lower level of the McCaffrey Center. Black Student Success is located in Hand Hall and Latinx Outreach is located in Raymond Lodge.

Intercultural Student Success and its Centers is for everyone who wants to study, hold a meeting, make new friends, and learn new things in the company of diverse and inclusive people. ISS contains libraries with resources pertaining to issues of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality, and provides safe space for students, staff, and faculty to explore these issues.

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Reserve ISS Space

The ALANA Center, the Pride Resource Center, and the Women's Resource Center are available to registered student organizations, staff, and faculty.  Student Organizations must fill out an online form. Staff and Faculty can fill out the form or email us  with the details of the reservation request.

  • ALANA Center: A conference table seats 10 people, 4-chair rounded table, two "L" shaped sofas, two set of chairs and ottomans, and a TV with PS3, Wii and videogames. This area may be reserved but it is not a private area. Great for social gatherings, movie nights, big group events, and programs. Fits less than 30 people comfortably.
  • Pride Resource Center: The ideal space for a small group to study, hold meetings, or just meet in an intimate setting.  The Center includes a couch and a small library. For up to 7 people comfortably.
  • Women's Resource Center: A conference table for up to 8 people, a dry erase board, a TV, one computer desk, and a small two-piece soft with a coffee table. The space is ideal for a private setting and to hold trainings and programming events. The center can fit up to 15 people comfortably.

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The three centers can be booked for meetings, study sessions, programs, and other events.

Reservation requests are on a first-come, first served basis.

*ALANA stands for African-American, Latinx, Asian Pacific Islander, and Native American.  

Interested in working for Intercultural Student Success?  

Each Fall semester, the ISS and its Centers hire for the following Federal Work-Study positions:

  • Desk Assistant: DA's are responsible for maintaining the ISS space, greeting and providing resources/information for guests, developing active and passive programming, and participating in workshops and trainings.
  • Inclusion Coordinators: IC's are hired in the Pride Resource Center and Women's Resource Center to develop and implement programming throughout the year. These programs include, but are not limited to: general tabling, Coming Out Week, Pride Week, Trans Day of Remembrance, Take Back the Nigh, Women's History Month, and Women of Distinction.

Please check us out on Tiger Jobs (keyword: diversity) or contact us for more information.