Leading by Design: How New Facilities Will Help Us Set a New Standard in Oral Health Education

There’s a lot of excitement about our school’s future new campus in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood. There are also some questions I hear from alumni or others who may not have been back to the school in many years. How will the new facility be different from the school’s current building?  How will the changes ultimately benefit our students and graduates?

Please take a read through a new white paper that takes a look at how the new campus will help the Dugoni School of Dentistry stay on the forefront of dental education worldwide. This is the third in a series that examines our vision for the future and what it will take for us to get there.

The latest paper examines how upgraded facilities will allow for full implementation of our integrated Helix curriculum; how new facilities will better support our community and culture; and how the new building will deliver on University of the Pacific’s “three-city” campus concept. It also discusses the advantages of the new SoMa location and the environmental efficiencies and benefits of the new campus.

If you have thoughts or feedback about our facilities project, please stay in touch. To learn more, see architectural renderings and read the latest updates for the school community, visit www.dental.pacific.edu/plans.

Read the white paper >>