University News

Improvements to North Side of Forest Grove Campus Begin Week of July 20

An extensive reconstruction of University Avenue and landscape enhancements will give the campus' north entrance a new look and feel. 

Notes from Under the Oaks | July 2015

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been working on a new alumni communication stra

Dr. Richard Rutt, Director of the School of Physical Therapy, Announces Retirement

Dr. Rutt will retire at the end of the 2015-2016 academic year following 24 years of service at Pacific University.

University's Psi Chi Honor Society Named a Model Chapter

Pacific's chapter is among the top 4 percent in the country to be designated as such by the national organization.

Physician Assistant Student Joseph Sutherland '16 Serves as President of National Student Organization

Sutherland is the first Pacific University student to preside over the Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

Psychology Major Amy VanderZanden '16 Interns at Prestigious Research Center in Philadelphia

The senior from Portland is spending the summer at Temple University in Philadelphia working under the direction of renowned neuroscientist Nora Newcombe.

Alumnus Represents Brazil in Football World Championship

Heron Souza de Azevedo ’14 has worked nearly a decade to help grow American football in his native Brazil. In July, he'll represent his nation's team at the International Federation of American Football World Championship in Ohio.

University Avenue to Undergo Reconstruction

Later this month, the north side of Pacific University’s Forest Grove Campus will undergo significant road construction on University Avenue between Sunset Drive and College Way to improve both driver access and pedestrian safety.

Pacific Psychology & Comprehensive Health Clinic Partners With Returning Veterans Project

Operated by the School of Professional Psychology, the clinic will provide free mental health screenings to post-911 war zone military veterans beginning Monday, July 6.

Pacific University Celebrates Oregon Private College Week Aug. 3-7

The university is joining 10 other private, nonprofit colleges and universities in the state to participate in Oregon Private College Week. Prospective students who visit at least four participating institutions during the week will receive application fee waivers. 

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