University News

Pacific Gives Alumna Shot at Dreams

Veronica Russell '03 works for the Seaside, Ore., Visitors Bureau, a dream job she landed with a writing degree from Pacific. As a nontraditional student, her return to school also inspired her children, including fellow Pacific alumna Raven Russell '10.

November Timecards Due to Human Resources by Noon on Wednesday, Nov. 26

Timecards for all Pacific University employees, including student workers, for the month of November must be submitted to Human Resources no later than noon on Wednesday, Nov. 26. Additionally, the new versions of the timecards for non-exempt employees and student employees are to be used beginning this month.

Come Meet Human Resources Director Candidate Kathryn Hoyt on Friday, Nov. 21

The second of three candidates for our Director of Human Resources position, Kathryn Hoyt, will be available to meet faculty and staff at 3:30 p.m. in Marsh Hall's Taylor Auditorium.

University Theatre and Center for Peace & Spirituality Present "A Night in November" This Evening

Admission is free to a special one-man threatrical performance that illuminates political tensions between Ireland and Northern Ireland and a struggle for national identity. Curtain rises at 7:30 p.m.

Forest Grove Campus Students and Employees Asked to Complete Parking Survey

The university would like to get feedback from all students, faculty and staff members who live on the campus, or who commute to it on a regular basis.

Tuition Exchange Applications Due in HR by Nov. 30

Employees whose college aged dependent children will be applying for tuition exchange for the 2015-16 academic year must complete and submit their applications to Human Resources no later than Nov. 30, 2014. 

Notes From Under the Oaks | November 2014

Is college worth the cost?

Pacific University in the News: Nov. 14-16, 2014

Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the university.

A Message from President Hallick

Pacific University mourns the tragic loss of Linfield College football student-athlete Parker Moore, who suffered a fatal stab wound hours after the Boxers' game versus Linfield on Saturday, Nov. 15.

Pacific University in the News: Nov. 1-13, 2014

Selected stories featuring or mentioning the university.