University News

Pacific University to Name Forest Grove Campus Library After Tim Tran '74 & Cathy Tran '74

The Trans have a powerful connection with Pacific University and have turned their gratitude into leadership in support of the university's mission.

Pacific University Among Universities With Lowest Student Debt for Parents

Pacific's average Parent Plus student loan debt per undergraduate student is second-lowest among self-reporting Oregon-based institutions.

Pacific University Welcomes Alumni for Homecoming 2017

Hundreds of Boxers to come home for fellowship, fun and recognition.

Kia Addison '20 Seeks Truth in Writing

“I love new experiences because they mean more stories,” said Addison, who has participated in Speech & Debate, English Club and the Black Student Union at Pacific.

Katie Lightcap '18: 'Being a Boxer Has Pushed Me'

“I love Pacific and am so grateful I will be able to get my degree from a place that has so quickly become a second home.”

Pacific Multicultural Center Hosts DACA Vigil

The Student Multicultural Center invites the public to a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Vigil at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12 on the Marsh Hall West Lawn at the Forest Grove Campus.

Rev. Dr. Chuck Currie: "The Hearts of Those in Our Nation are Broken"

We woke up this morning to the news of what is now the deadliest mass shooting in the United States. If you need someone to talk with, there are resources available to students, faculty and staff.

Pacific University Once Again Recognized for Quality

US News and Forbes both include Pacific in annual "best colleges and universities" rankings.

Plant Pathologist Kara Lanning '07 Helps Local Farmers

Farmers feed the world, with a little help from scientists like Kara Lanning ’07. Lanning is a plant pathologist and visiting assistant professor of biology at Pacific Lutheran University near Tacoma, Wash. She is also the President of the Pacific University alumni board and will be celebrating her 10-year class reunion at Homecoming.

Center for Peace And Spirituality Co-Sponsors Rohingya Rally

The Pacific University Center for Peace and Spirituality co-sponsored a downtown Portland rally over the weekend to draw attention to “the persecution of the Rohingya people in the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar, also known as Burma.”