Campus Services | Forest Grove Campus

As the residential campus for Pacific University, the Forest Grove Campus offers on-campus housing and dining for students. Learn more about the various residential communities from Housing & Residence Life.

Dining Services offers a variety of options on the Forest Grove Campus. The Pacific Café is the main dining facility in the Washburne University Center, where diners also will find the Forest Grove Market convenience store and a full-service Starbucks.

The Pacific University Bookstore, operated by Barnes & Noble, is located in the Washburne University Center.

Students and employees of Pacific University, as well as alumni, have borrowing privileges at Pacific University Libraries with a valid card. Non-Pacific patrons may borrow materials on a limited basis.

Student Health Center and Student Counseling Center also serve students on campus..

The Bill & Cathy Stoller Center is home to gyms, handball courts, the fieldhouse, a fitness center and more. The Lincoln Park Athletic Complex also includes Hanson Stadium (football/soccer/lacrosse/track), Chuck Bafaro Stadium (baseball), Sherman/Larkins Stadium (softball), and Holce Tennis Courts. The complex is shared by the university and the city of Forest Grove and also offers a walking trail, picnic facilities and playgrounds. The Forest Grove Aquatic Center is adjacent to campus.

Taylor-Meade Performing Arts Center is the award-winning performance space at Pacific, featuring McCready Hall, practice rooms, classrooms, rehearsal spaces and more. Warner Hall also offers the smaller Tom Miles Theatre. Pacific hosts a number of special events. The Box Office is located in the Rogers Building, at the corner of College Way and 21st Avenue.

The Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art features periodic exhibits in Pacific Hall.

The College of Optometry operates Pacific EyeClinic + EyeTrends Forest Grove out of Jefferson Hall, offering vision services and an eye wear dispensary.

Old College Hall, the oldest educational building still in use west of the Mississippi, houses the university museum. It is open from 1 to 4 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month and via a virtual tour.

Additional Resources

Schedule a campus visit for prospective undergraduate or graduate and professional students

Make an optometry appointment at Pacific EyeClinic

Plan a conference or event on the Forest Grove Campus