Forest Grove Campus Library

Study Center | Animals | Cell Phones | Etiquette | Food/Drink | Bicycles | Group Study Rooms

Computer/Internet Use | Library Classroom | Lockers | Lost & Found | Materials Availability | Proctoring Exams

24-Hour Study Center

   Use policy:

  • The 24-Hour Study Center is for the use of only current Pacific University faculty, staff, and students
  • The Study Center is designated as a Quiet Study Area.  Please take this into consideration since the rooms are not soundproof.
  • Patrons are expected to behave in a respectful and courteous manner.
  • Please keep all conversations brief and quiet.  Please take any extended conversations or cell phone calls outside. 
  • If the activities of specific individuals or groups become intrusive, please contact the Circulation Department and/or Campus Public Safety at x2230
  • Please report malfunctioning equipment to help@pacificu.edu or contact the Circulation Department


Only certified service animals are permitted in the Library.

Mobile Devices

Cell phones should be turned off or muted when in the Library. If you need to use your cell phone, please go outside. Headphones are required while listening to music. Please check to make sure the volume is turned down as a courtesy to those around you.


Patrons are expected to behave in a respectful and courteous manner. Loud noises and chatty groups are discouraged. If patrons are bothered by specific individuals or groups, please notify the Circulation staff, and the situation will be resolved.

Food and Beverages

This policy applies to all areas of the Pacific University Library, including (but not limited to) the 24-hour Study Center and Library Classroom.



Group Study Rooms/Collaborative Learning Centers

Use Policy:

Click here for the In-Library Computer/Internet Acceptable Use Policy


There are 24 lockers available to patrons for day-use only, and they will be emptied nightly. 

Items remaining in the locker at the end of the day will be removed from the lockers and taken to the PIC to be claimed by the patron. The lock and key will be put back in circulation.

The following conditions will be agreed to by the patron. He or she will sign a form of agreement which will be kept in place of the lock and key in the circulation area.

Lost and found

Any items left behind in the Library will be collected in a Lost and Found box that is at the Circulation Desk. Each Friday, items from the box are taken to the Pacific Information Center (PIC) in the University Center and can be retrieved there.

Materials Availability

Information regarding the availability of the Library's resources can be found here.

Proctoring Exams

The Proctoring Examinations policy information can be found here.