University News

Carlene Carter Opens Pacific's 2016-2017 Performing Arts Series on Saturday Night

A limited number of tickets are still available to see the daughter of country music royalty perform a solo show before she joins John Mellencamp for his fall tour.

Pacific University's 23rd Annual Performing Arts Series Features Flavorful Music Mix

Five-concert lineup begins Oct. 1 with country music's Carlene Carter (daughter of June Carter) and continues with sounds from Hawai'i, Ireland, Cajun country and more.

CLIC Welcomes New Foreign Language Teaching Assistants

The Center for Languages & International Collaborations welcomes new Foreign Language Teaching Assistants. 

Pacific Psychology and Comprehensive Health Clinics Accepting Health Share of Oregon for Mental Health Services

The PCH Clinics treat adults, couples, children and adolescents and families with a variety of mental health concerns.

Pacific University Will Mark Peace Day With Peace Pole Dedication

Public invited to campus on Wednesday, Sept 21 at 10 a.m. to join the university community in celebrating the International Day of Peace.

In the News: Pacific in Hawai'i 2016

News coverage of Pacific University's historic series of events in Hawai'i Sept. 15-17, including the Boxers' first-ever football game on the Islands.

UIS Recommendations on Computer Operating System Upgrades

On Sept. 20, 2016, Apple will release its latest version of its Mac OS, now called macOS, Sierra. UIS recommends that users do not upgrade until macOS has been tested and validated with all university systems and services.  Please check Supported Operating Systems and Known Issues for updates.

In the News: Football Game in Hawai'i a Homecoming of Sorts for Many Boxers

Saturday's game is part of a series of historic events in Hawai'i that have prompted the governor and Honolulu mayor to proclaim "Pacific University (Ore.) Week."

Pacific University (Ore.) Visits Hawai'i 'Ohana for Historic Week

Hawai'i governor, Honolulu mayor to proclaim Sept. 12-18 as "Pacific University (Ore.) Week"

In the News: Professor Connor Principe Weighs in on Ramifications of Recent Facial Attractiveness Study

The College of Arts and Sciences psychology faculty member cautions that care needs to be exercised by both those who report and read the study’s findings.