College of Health Professions
Pacific University's College of Health Professions prepares its students to provide compassionate delivery of exemplary healthcare for a diverse population in a changing healthcare environment. This now includes international environments.
Our programs currently include the following
Professional and graduate program guidelines, policies and required documentation for program-related international travel experiences (including short-term group travel, clinical rotations, preceptorships and internships) are below. Adherence to these requirements, and completion of all necessary documents prior to department, is mandatory for all participating students, as well as faculty and staff engaging in program-related travel.
Nearly 320 students within the colleges of Education, Health Professions and Optometry earn their professional degrees.
Nearly 300 bachelor's degree candidates and an additional 250 professional programs candidates to take part in May Commencement ceremonies.
Pacific's Center for Civic Engagement and Office of Diversity honor those who help others
The Medical Research Foundation award is the third grant awarded to Pacific
Shilpi Banerjee to serve on American Academy of Audiology Board of Directors beginning July 1.