Pacific Union College
Angwin, CA, USA

Campus Life

Key Campus Stats

Student Gender
Male
Female
39%
61%
Size of Town
Suburb or town
In-State Students
80%
Out-Of-State Students
10%
Ethnicity
African American
7%
Asian/Pacific Islander
20%
Hispanic
26%
White
23%
Multiracial
9%
Unknown
12%
Percent of First Generation Students
26%
LGBTQIA Student Resource Groups
No
On Campus Women's Center
Yes
Cultural Student Resource Groups
Yes

Housing

0
100
72%
Undergrads Living on Campus
On-campus living required of freshman
Yes
Disability Housing Available
Yes
0
100
71%
Freshman Living on Campus

Athletics

Divisional Sports Nickname
Pioneers
School Colors
forest green and gold
Varsity Athletics Association
NAIA
Varsity Athletics Conference Primary
Not applicable
Intramural Sports
10

Campus Safety

24-HR security patrol
Yes
Campus emergency phones
Yes
24-HR escort safety rides
Yes
Mobile campus emergency alert
No

What Students Are Saying

3.95 Average Rating
Foods okay
Seth from Santa Rosa, CA
If you like meat and fish, you probably should not be looking into PUC. The menu is strictly vegetarian. They also offer vegan and gluten-free options, but you have to ask about that.

The Dining Commons (cafeteria) usually serves three different types of meals: traditional, exhibition, and international. Traditional is usually grilled cheese sandwiches with tomato soup, handmade pizza, lasagna, and so forth.
Exhibition is a pick-and-choose kind of deal. You decide what you want. The food is prepared on the spot and served. This usually includes pasta, veggies, fried rice, noodles, omelettes, etc. The downside about exhibition is that the line is always very long.

International is international food, such as curry, bibimbap, chow mein, etc.

Sandwich station is where you can custom order your sandwich. Salad bar is pretty extensive and has a lot of stuff to choose from. They also have soups of the day. HUGE selection of juice/sodas/energy drinks. Lots of different ice cream. A la carte is usually premade sandwiches, prepackaged meals and salads.

There is always fresh pastries and bread and desserts and such. Look out for Hawaiian bread during the Spring quarter. They usually bake it nearing the end of the quarter and it's delicious, but it sells really fast, so make sure you get a loaf or two.

They have taqueria every night, which is basically a nacho/burrito bar.

The Grind is a coffee/tea/every-other-drink-you-can-think-of joint where people usually chill to do homework or hang out. The Grind offers a lot of variety in the items they sell: candy, healthy snacks, frozen foods, yoghurt, Naked juice, sodas, energy drinks, vegan sandwiches, cereals, microwaveable foods, and other stuff.

The food in general is pretty good.
Anonymous
The cafeteria has a lot of variety. There's something for everyone and it's all delicious. In the dining area there are lots of tables, cushioned benches, and even some couches for eating and hanging out with your friends.
Emily from Bakersfield, CA
The cafeteria is vegetarian, but the food is still decent. To make things easier for students, everyone is required to pay a flat fee at the beginning of each quarter. Any money that is left over at the end is not given back to you, so most students purchase cases of food and drinks at the end of the quarter to get their money's worth unless they're helping an unfortunate friend who didn't plan their funding just right. It's not hard to stay under your allotted budget, but it can happen!
Maggie from Riverside, CA
We have contracted one of the finest dining companies in the United States. Bon ape-tit provides great food and service for us. They offer a variety of foods coming from difference nations. The only problem is that the food is very costly.
Jeffrey from Miami, FL

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