Summer Year Round

Sunny and mild. That’s not just the weather report: It also describes San Diego’s personality. This is a place where the people are friendly, the insects don’t bite and – unlike conditions in that other, larger Southern California city – the traffic usually isn’t too bad. To top it off, San Diego is blessed with considerable natural beauty. With over 70 miles of beaches and its close proximity to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, the San Bernardino mountains and Mexico, it is no wonder that San Diego’s nickname is “America’s Finest City”. Here, it’s true that you can surf in the morning and ski in the afternoon. If you like sunshine, beaches, mountains, and a small-town atmosphere within a growing metropolis, San Diego may be the place for you!

San Diego also offers a large holistic health community. Many natural food stores and restaurants, holistic health newspapers, and alternative bookstores offer job opportunities to students. Entrepreneurial students also find it easy to supplement their incomes by doing massage or teaching classes in yoga, tai chi, nutrition or whatever their specialty may be.

If you are considering Pacific College, we invite you to learn more about San Diego’s attractions, neighborhoods, and transportation.

If you’ll be relocating to the area, you’re probably curious about housing. Moving to a new city can be a challenging endeavor, and we at Pacific College understand this. Please refer to our list of housing resources and properties that may help you find a home.

Programs

Local Information

Pacific College of Health and Science – San Diego Campus

7445 Mission Valley Rd #105

San Diego, CA 92108

619-574-6909

 

“This is a great school. I would definitely recommend this college to anybody wanting to learn about Chinese medicine as well as massage and acupuncture techniques. School feels very complete and the staff is very knowledgeable. It’s exciting to work with such professional teachers and to learn so much that’s such an accelerated rate. I personally am very excited to attend this school and would recommend it to anybody that is looking to become certified and massage or acupuncture and so much more. The facilities are generally pretty clean and well-kept as well as stocked pretty well. The library is full of so much material that you can’t really find anywhere else. Student alumni have a lot of ability for employment as well as Clinic hours.

I’ve noticed that a lot of our teachers are former students themselves and I think that says a lot about the school. The dean is a very Hands-On open door policy type of professional. And the students are really wonderful people and it has been a pleasure to work with such ambitious people. They do also have a bookstore and a small Cafe where you can get all of your reading material as well as a bite to eat. They are very covid compliant even post-plandemic. And I think it’s really amazing how they have set the school up so that many different medical facilities are represented on campus. I’m very excited to continue my education here as well as very grateful for this opportunity. One last note I am a disabled veteran and they do accept GI Bill as well as vocational rehabilitation chapter 2930 31 32 and 33.”

Corey Robichaud – 8/9/2022