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Pacific University Libraries
Pacific University Libraries serve undergraduate and graduate students, staff and faculty on all four campuses.
Tran Library, Forest Grove Campus
The Tim & Cathy Tran Library is a gold-certified LEED building located in the heart of the Forest Grove Campus across from Trombley Square. The three-floor facility is home to an extensive book and media collection, as well as study centers, computer labs, conference spaces, the Boxer Makerspace, and an impressive art collection.
Hillsboro Campus Library
The Hillsboro Campus Library is a 4,000 square foot facility located on the second floor of Creighton Hall. The Hillsboro Campus Library owns core texts in every medical discipline supporting the health programs of the College of Health Professions.
Eugene Campus Library
The Eugene Campus has a library collection focused on social work and education available to all students, faculty and staff. There is quiet, comfortable study space in the library, and materials may be used on campus or can be checked out using a self-serve machine.
Woodburn Campus Library
The Woodburn Campus has a small library collection located in the administrative offices focused on teacher education, literacy, and children’s literature. Students also have access to materials from any campus library — and other libraries — through the Libraries’ interlibrary loan services, which provide free delivery and return of materials directly to students.
A long-lost seasonal lake that was a center of life for Native Americans who lived in the Tualatin Valley two centuries ago is slowly regaining its form, thanks to the efforts of members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and volunteers from Pacific University.
The collected papers of Pacific alumnus and former U.S. Rep. Les AuCoin are now available to researchers, students and others at the Tran Library at Pacific University.