Rosetta Stone

The Center for Languages and International Collaboration offers world language learners at Pacific access to Rosetta Stone language learning software.

Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone is the world's most trusted language learning software. We are pleased to offer all world language learners at Pacific access to Rosetta Stone.

Rosetta Stone FAQs


If you have any questions about using Rosetta Stone for you language course, contact the CLIC by email (

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