News for the students of Pacific University
Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the university that published May 17-23.
Portland Community College Symphonic Band is recruiting new members for Fall 2013. All musicians with at least high school proficiency are welcome. Please visit the band's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PCCSymphonicBand for details and contact info.
On Sunday, June 2nd, UIS will be upgrading the servers that run the "Pharos" public printers beginning at 8AM. During this time the public printers will be unavailable until the upgrade is complete.
Staff in the Office of International Programs will be attending a conference May 27 - 31st, 2013. The office will be open, but with limited staffing through the English Language Institute.
The Board of Trustees has approved a bond refinance that will fund improvements on the Forest Grove Campus, as well as six new programs of study.
The longtime coach will end his career after next season as he battles the early onset of Parkinson's Disease.
Anne Huffington-Carroll, expert physical therapist and former professional dancer, specializes in dance rehabilitation and persistent pain. She will join Pacific's dance program to teach kinesiology for dancers, both fall 2013 and spring 2014.
Nearly 320 students within the colleges of Education, Health Professions and Optometry earn their professional degrees.
Nearly 300 students participate in commencement ceremony signifying the completion of their undergraduate studies.
The senior from Colorado will travel to Belgium to work with others on treatment for young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
The Registrar's Office will be closed on May 24 for a Staff Retreat. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause.
Student Counseling Center summer hours
Welcoming Bob Black, manager of environmental health and safety.
Alumnus Charles Lee '09 can be the next Wild Guide for Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom, but he needs your help!
The Forest Grove Campus Library's summer hours continue through Sunday, Aug. 25. Fall 2013 hours will begin Monday, Aug. 26.
Follow events and happenings in Woodburn.
Paid Internship with Boxer Dining
The soon-to-be graduate from Warren is among just 60 students nationwide selected for the Council on Undergraduate Research event in D.C. last month.
During the summer months the Facilities Department puts its efforts into the university residential hall repairs and remodels. We are unable to accept work orders.
FY 2012-13 Year-End Closing Deadlines & Procedures
The Greater Portland Tennis Council and Oregon Sports Authority are seeking volunteers for the first ever USTA Women's Pro Tennis Challenger event in Portland, July 14-21 at Tualatin Hills Tennis Center.
Bookstore summer hours start May 20.
Award recognizes Pacific's strong commitment to the Hillsboro community.
Pacific's Center for Civic Engagement and Office of Diversity honor those who help others
Dr. Christine Guenther, mathematics professor in the School of Natural Sciences, College of Arts & Sciences, receives prestigious Simons Foundation grant for research collaboration.