Thursday's strong wind storm damaged a cedar tree on the south side of the university's Forest Grove Campus near Pacific Avenue.
The Exchange server, which handles all employee email, experienced short outages last night and this morning, impacting Outlook, webmail.pacificu.edu and mobile email apps.
Update: All mailboxes are currently accessible. We still anticipate slowness and lags throughout the day. Some users may have to close and reopen their email clients. At this time we are asking people not to send large attachments (or even to send small attachments to groups of people). People can call the TIC (503-352-150) if they’d like advice on alternate ways to distribute files.
Audiology, Dental Hygiene, Phamacy and Physical Therapy named among top healthcare jobs for the upcoming year.
The field is expected to grow by 22 percent over the next seven years.
The field is expected to grow by 33 percent over the next seven years.
The field is expected to grow by 14 percent over the next seven years.
The field is expected to grow by 36 percent over the next seven years.
Students, employees and visitors at the Forest Grove Campus are asked to be mindful of the potential for falling tree branches.
The Business Office will close early at 2 p.m Friday, Dec. 19, 2014, for a staff function
Pacific University wishes a happy holiday season to all our alumni and friends, employees and parents, students and prospective students!