University News

Black Girl in Suburbia

Media arts alumna Melissa Lowery '09 is screening her documentary Black Girl in Suburbia throughout the Portland area.

No Excuses University

Pacific's part-time route to a master of arts in teaching allowed Tristan Jarmer MAT '12 to earn her degree, become a teacher and start helping bilingual students at Hillsboro's Reedville Elementary School begin their route to college and making their dreams come true. 

Graduate Business Programs Appeal to Working Adults

Pacific's College of Business is offering evening/weekend routes to graduate degrees. Applications are open now for the MBA program starting this fall.

UIS Adds New Web Security Feature

University Information Services (UIS) has deployed new equipment that has allowed us to turn on Internet security protections and block known security risks for users connected to the university network.

Football and Politics in Slovenia

For Devin Lagorio '14, a journey to central Europe brings together passions for politics and football.

Pacific University Celebrates Oregon Private College Week July 28 - Aug. 1

Prospective students and their families are invited to visit Pacific Universi

Student Groups Support Diversity

Student leaders have reinstated the historic Black Student Union and founded the Hispanic Heritage Student Association, creating a rising awareness of diversity at Pacific University.

Black Girl in Suburbia

Melissa Lowery '09 debuts her feature-length documentary, "Black Girl in Suburbia," about the experience of growing up black in suburban Oregon.

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