Pacific Union College (PUC) is a private liberal arts college located in Napa Valley, California. The campus is located in the upper valley town of Angwin, eight miles north of St. Helena, California and within the Howell Mountain wine appellation. It is the only four-year college in Napa County. A coeducational residential college, it serves an almost exclusively undergraduate student body, the overwhelming majority of which live on campus.
In honor of the anniversary of Paulin Hall, The Beatitudes, a cantata composed by Asher Raboy, resident artist at Pacific Union College, was performed in its entirety for the first time on Saturday afternoon, April 21, 2018.
Dr. Terrence J. Roberts, one of the Little Rock Nine, presents “Keeping Watch, Heeding the Call, Speaking Up” for the 2018 lecture of the Percy and John Christian Civil Rights Conference Center on February 3, 2018.
Pacific Union College’s Virgil O. Parrett Field currently serves as a base for wildfire relief efforts in Napa County. Crews are flying water dropping helicopters, taking food and supplies to firefighters on the ground, and mapping the progression of the fires.
As a residential college, PUC becomes a second home for students. Residence life gives students the experience of a Christian community complete with lots of activities, friends, worships--and a room with a view!
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