Pacific Union College, PUC, was originally established on April 11, 1882, as the Healdsburg Academy. In 1899, it became Healdsburg College, and was christened Pacific Union College in 1906. Founded by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, PUC is situated on a 200-acre campus in Angwin, California.
Pacific Union College offers a number of associate's and bachelor's degrees, as well as pre-professional programs. In addition, students can opt for the Master of Education degree. Courses are offered in the fields of aviation, communication, business administration, computer science, English, mathematics, modern languages, nursing, religion, and visual arts, among others.
The sports teams of PUC are known as the Pioneers. The men's teams participate in basketball, cross country, and soccer, while the women's teams play basketball, cross country, and volleyball. The athletics department competes in the California Pacific Conference as a division of the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics.
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