Pamela A. Eibeck (left), president of the University of the Pacific, pledged to fund two scholarships for Oak Park residents. One will supply full tuition to four years of undergraduate education at the school's Stockton campus and one will pay for a student to attend law school at McGeorge School of Law.
Pamela A. Eibeck (left), president of the University of the Pacific, pledged to fund two scholarships for Oak Park residents. One will supply full tuition to four years of undergraduate education at the school's Stockton campus and one will pay for a student to attend law school at McGeorge School of Law. Anita Chabria achabria@sacbee.com
Pamela A. Eibeck (left), president of the University of the Pacific, pledged to fund two scholarships for Oak Park residents. One will supply full tuition to four years of undergraduate education at the school's Stockton campus and one will pay for a student to attend law school at McGeorge School of Law. Anita Chabria achabria@sacbee.com

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