Pacific Information Center / Student Life

The Pacific Information Center (PIC) is located at the Student life Front Desk in Clark Hall on the Forest Grove Campus and provides information as well as a variety of services for students.

Feel free to stop by or contact us during our office hours for any questions.

Parking Permits

Parking permits are available in the PIC. All you have to do is fill out the registration form and it will be mailed to your UC Box. Please make sure to sign it so we have permission to bill the $50 fee to your student account.

Temporary Visitor parking permits are available for individuals or large groups and should be requested at least one week prior to arriving to campus. The visitor permit will be sent electronically once approved.

Learn more about parking on the Forest Grove Campus.

Residence Hall Poster Policy

University Departments and registered student organizations in good standing are permitted to submit posters/flyers for display in the residence halls, provided that they receive approval from Residence Life or Student Life staff and abide by the Poster Policy in the Residence Hall Handbook. Posters will only be hung by hall staff, and only in approved areas; individuals outside of Residence Life, Hall Government and RHA may not post any items in or on the exterior of the buildings.

For a poster to be considered, the submitter must complete a Student and Organization Poster record form.

Contact Us

Pacific Information Center
Clark Hall | 503-352-2200 | pic@pacificu.edu

Brendon Walters | Temporary Student Life Administrative Coordinator
503-352-2254

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