University of the Pacific's largest community service activity, the annual Safe Trick-or-Treat, is designed to provide a safe environment for families to enjoy trick-or-treating. The safe trick-or-treat will take place on Wednesday, October 26, 4pm to 7pm. During the event, members of the Pacific community will hand out candy to children ages 3-11 as they pass through campus office buildings and residence halls on sponsored trick-or-treat stops. From there, participants will be invited to a carnival hosted by Pacific's very own clubs, organizations and athletics teams. Upwards of 4,000 children and adults take part in the trick-or-treat tours and carnival each year.
Trick-or-treat stops will be open at various locations starting at 4 p.m. with information booths located at the Burns Tower, Atchley Clock Tower and DeRosa University Center. The carnival will be held on Knoles Lawn and the DeRosa University Center Lawn. All Pacific faculty, staff and students are welcome to bring their families and children to this free event.
Map and Directions
Pacific students and on campus units can get involved with the event by volunteering, hosting a tour stop, or hosting a carnival booth.
- To volunteer at this event sign up here.
- To host a Safe Trick or Treat Tour stop sign up here.
- To host a carnival booth sign up here.
For more information or questions, please contact the committee at [email protected]