Pakuan University (Unpak) is a continuation of the University of Bogor (Unbo) which has been active for almost two decades until 1980. Several private universities in 1977 fused with this university namely the Tourism Academy, IKIP PGRI, Academy of Foreign Languages, Academy of International Management Secretary and the Academy of Islamic Sciences with the organizing body of the Bogor Higher Education Foundation (YPTB). On November 1, 1980, the University of Bogor officially changed its name to Pakuan University under the Foundation of Kartika Siliwangi Pembina Universitas Pakuan (YKS-PUP), a new foundation formed by Yayasan Kartika Siliwangi as a substitute for YPTB as stated in Decree No. Skep / 27 / YKS / VIII-A / 10/1980. In 2007, there were 24 operational programs renewed by the Directorate General of Higher Education (DIKTI) for the operation of the Study Permit within the Pakuan University, so that 100% of the Study Programs at Pakuan University already had operational licenses. The same year the Directorate General of Higher Education issued operational licenses for the implementation of the New Study Program, namely Management (S2), Primary School Teacher Education (S1), Financial and Banking Management (D3), Computer Engineering (D3), Information Management (D3) . In 2008 the Faculty of Literature opened a new Study Program namely Communication Studies (S1). Until now Pakuan University has a Postgraduate Program with 4 (four) Study Programs namely Education Management, Population Education and Environment, Law and Master of Management. The Bachelor (S1) and Diploma III (D3) programs are incorporated in 6 (six) faculties, namely: Law, Economics, Teacher Training and Education, Literature, Engineering and Mathematics and Natural Sciences.