Welcome to Palo Alto University’s New Campus in Mountain View!

Join Us for our Grand Opening!

1172 Castro Street, Mountain View, CA, 94040

Thursday, November 10, at 11:00 a.m.

This is an exciting moment in PAU’s history. For nearly 50 years, PAU has served the mental health needs of the Bay Area and beyond as a leader in education, research, training, and clinical practice in the fields of psychology and counseling. 

During this event, there will be tours of the state-of-the-art facility, opportunities for the press, and the presence of community leaders. 

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Palo Alto University Satellite Campus in Mountain View, CA
Joseph A. Farrow image: National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) image
Grand Opening Event Speaker

Joseph A. Farrow is the current president of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), California chapter. Farrow also serves as Chief of Police at UC Davis and was formerly a California Highway Patrol commissioner. Working in law enforcement, Farrow believes that mental health is one of the most critical issues we face in our country. He partnered with NAMI to learn best practices to support those most at-risk and to share these practices with law enforcement personnel throughout California. Farrow is honored to serve as a bridge between law enforcement and mental health professionals.

Please join us in supporting the mental health needs of our community by becoming a sponsor for this grand opening!

This satellite campus will be the new home for PAU’s teaching and training clinic, the Gronowski Center, which offers sliding-scale mental health services to the community by PAU students under the supervision of licensed psychologists. Classrooms, faculty offices, and the Student Success team will be located at this site. This Mountain View campus will also be a hub for community workshops and events.
 
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Honorary Committee 

  • Jim Beall Honorary Committee Chair, Palo Alto University Trustee
  • Allen and Dorothy Calvin President Emeritus, Palo Alto University 
  • Marsha Deslauriers Executive Director, Community Health Awareness Council (CHAC)
  • Mary Ann Dewan Santa Clara County Superintendent of Schools
  • Joe Farrow President, California Chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): UC Davis Chief of Police; Former Commissioner, California Highway Patrol
  • Megan Jones Bell Clinical Director, Consumer and Mental Health at Google
  • Peter Katz President, Mountain View Chamber of Commerce 
  • Sarita Kohli President and CEO, AACI
  • Ky Le Deputy County Executive, Santa Clara County
  • Michele Lew CEO, The Health Trust
  • Jo Linder-Crow Chief Executive Officer, California Psychological Association and CPA Foundation; CEO, JLC Consulting
  • Aubrey Merriman Chief Executive Officer at LifeMoves
  • Judy Miner Chancellor, Foothill-De Anza Community College District
  • Lucas Ramirez Mayor, City of Mountain View
  • Helena Maria Ting former Vice President of Community Development at Palo Alto University, Volunteer for religious education, senior centers, community theatre, and musical performance fundraising
  • Esther Wojcicki Co-Founder, Tract; Chief Parenting Officer, Sesh

Event Sponsors

Master's Level 

  • Intermountain Electric
  • Jorge Wong, PhD, Psychology and Consultation
  • Rodan Builders
  • SentinelOne and S Foundation

Bachelor's Level

  • Allen and Dorothy Calvin
  • Sand Hill Global Advisors
  • Santa Clara and San Mateo County Psychological Associations
  • Swinerton Management & Consulting
  • Vartain Law Group

Palo Alto University's Community Clinics

The Mountain View campus will house PAU's training clinic, the Gronowski Center, which provides mental health services, training, and research to meet the diverse needs of our communities.

Along with providing in-person and telecounseling and psychotherapy services to adults, couples, and children, the Gronowski Center offers these specialty clinics: 

La Clínica Latina

Provides Latinx clients with culturally appropriate services addressing a full range of mental health issues. Services can be offered in Spanish.

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