Pacific Oaks students and alumni find success in a variety of different fields
Community and Social Services: 13.8%
Business Development: 13.6%
Healthcare Services: 13.0%
Human Resources: 4.2%
Media and Communication: 2.7%
*Percentages are based on 2022 student & alumni data gathered from LinkedIn.com.
Average Age 36.3
American Indian/Native Alaskan 0.3%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0.5%
Two or More Races (3.1%)
Not reported 6.4%
*Percentages are based on Spring 2020 student census report
Pell Grant Recipient Data
Received grant: 9.72%
Did not receive: 90.28%
Pacific Oaks facts
- Pacific Oaks Children’s School was established in 1945. Shortly thereafter, Pacific Oaks College was created to train educators for the school.
- Pacific Oaks principles are rooted in Quaker traditions of social justice, respect, diversity, and inclusion.
- Following President Lyndon Johnson’s 1964 War on Poverty legislation, the U.S. government asked Pacific Oaks to launch one of the nation’s first Head Start training programs.
- Through Pacific Oaks’ Credit for Learning from Experience program, students can earn up to 24 credits towards the completion of a B.A. degree.
- Pacific Oaks offers global study abroad opportunities including Teach With Africa and Education Beyond Borders.
- Pacific Oaks has partnerships with various institutions in the California community, providing learning experience opportunities for students.
- Pacific Oaks College is accredited by the WASC Senior Colleges and Universities Commission (WSCUC). Statement of accreditation.
- Pacific Oaks College offers an approved teacher credentialing program for Education Specialists which has been approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
- Recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution by the U.S. Department of Education.*
- Pacific Oaks is part of TCS Education System (TCS), a nonprofit system of colleges advancing student success and community impact.