Supporters Like You

Supporters Like You

Alumni and friends of University of the Pacific are creating legacies that show their values even after their lifetimes. See how supporters like you are changing the way students learn through experiential educational opportunities and how they’re helping the greater community by leaving a gift in their will or trust.

My UOP Experience by Sylvia Baldwin Dilgard

“My college experience at Pacific was so rewarding that I’ve spent my entire professional career in the field of Student Services, working on four college campuses over 30 years…” Read More

Making a profound impact on the university that had a profound influence: A Message from Connor Sutton

“Giving from our IRA was one of the smartest ways we could give to the University…” Read More

Her $2.6 million gift for scholarships was matched to make a $3.9 million impact

The late Helen Harney Crittenden, a long-time Stockton resident, enjoyed watching Pacific men’s basketball from half court with her sister, Marge Poggio, and other friends. Read More

He’s Lighting the Way for Future Generations

After a brilliant career based on his education at Pacific, James Jewell ’51 COP decided to create his legacy with the University. Here’s what he did. Read More

Irva and Alfred’s Legacy of Music

See how Irva Rickson Rageth ’37 and Alfred Rageth’s ’34 love for music has moved them to make a very special gift to inspire Conservatory students for years to come. Read More

Their Gift Will Help Pacific Students for Years to Come

When Keith ’58 and Inge ’57, ’70 Wilde met at Pacific, it changed their lives. And now their gift is having a lasting impact on generations of students. Read More

His Gift for Pacific Is His Legacy

Ross Overby ’79 COP discovered the values of learning and community at Pacific, and his gift ensures that both go on for generations to come. Read More

Della’s Legacy: Inspiring Generations of Pacific Students

Her gift will inspire future students just as she was inspired. See Della Richardson’s ’89 story. Read More