Washburne Hall, also known as the University Center, will undergo a transformation to expand services in time for the 2014 fall semester.
Local teenagers will have an opportunity to learn about careers in healthcare.
First-year speech-language pathology students respond to local teacher's request on donorschoose.org
Denise Giesbers '00 named a recipient of a Transfer Champions Award by the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students.
The renowned civil rights activist, whose Feb. 6 appearance at Pacific was postponed, will return to Forest Grove. Admission is free but new tickets are required and may be obtained at the Box Office.
International students at Kapi'olani Community College now have a smooth transition to Pacific to complete their undergraduate studies.
Following a national search, Dr. Leif Gustavson has been selected to lead the college and will begin his appointment on July 1.
Pacific University's Board of Trustees has approved the addition of a bachelor's degree in music therapy and the curriculum of the previously approved master of social work program.
Infants should have their first comprehensive eye exam between six and 12 months of age. Pacific University offers them free of charge.
The College of Optometry invites the public to a special event on Nov. 11 in support of nationwide InfantSEE initiative.
A number of Pacific University musical groups, including the Chamber Singers and Concert Choir, will give their fall performance. General admission $7, senior citizens $5, Pacific employees and students of any school free with valid ID.
Instructor Wilbur Ramirez-Rodriguez '10, RDH, named the 2013 recipient of the Oregon Public Health Institute's Emerging Leader Award.
An exhibition showcasing highlights from the collection opens Oct. 4
University plans for undergraduate student growth
Pacific University Legends Hosted by Tommy Thayer Grosses Nearly $500,000
The five-show lineup features a mix of performances, including specialty guitar, a cappella, Scottish and Cajun music. Individual and season ticket packages are now available.
Future clinical psychologists, counselors, physician assistants, healthcare administrators and dental hygienists celebrate with family and friends.
Schools and programs within the College of Health Professions will present the latest crop of soon-to-be health practitioners and administrators.
Rock Musicians and Sports Celebs to Gather at Waverley CC on Aug. 25
Pacific University's fifth college opened on July 1.
Under the direction of assistant professor Dijana Ihas, the program provides string music instruction to local elementary school students.
Dori Carlson '88, OD '89, Associate Professor Catherine Kim and Theatre major Kailea Saplan begin their terms on July 1.
The Board of Trustees has approved several new academic programs and improvements to the Forest Grove campus.
Carlson was the first female president of the American Optometric Association and recently was elected to the Pacific University Board of Trustees
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.
Nearly 300 bachelor's degree candidates and an additional 250 professional programs candidates to take part in May Commencement ceremonies.
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.
Award recognizes Pacific's strong commitment to the Hillsboro community.