Athletic Giving Days is happening from 8 a.m. Oct. 20 to 8 p.m. Oct. 21.
Pacific Information Center
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 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.
This policy applies to anyone who would like to post posters in common spaces or on the exterior of a residential building – including student organizations and other University departments. Unapproved or improperly posted advertisements will be removed. All posters must be approved by Student Life or Residence Life staff (such as ACs, Front Desk staff, etc.) prior to distribution to RA mailboxes for posting. Exceptions can be made at the discretion of the Residence Life staff.
For a poster to be considered, the submitter must complete a Student and Organization Poster record form.
For a poster to receive approval, the event or message must:
- Either be open to all students or relevant to a population that lives in the hall.
- Be sponsored by a University club, department or a residential student (Note: Business advertisements, etc. are unacceptable.)
For a poster to receive approval, it must:
- Not have any inappropriate language, including derogatory or biased language.
- Have the date and time of the event, if applicable.
- Be submitted to the Student Life office to be stamped and posted by RAs (Residence Life, Hall Council, and RHA may hang the posters themselves.) The stamp will indicate the day on which the posters should be removed. This date is at the discretion of the staff member approving the poser, usually a day after the event has taken place.
The number of posters per building cannot exceed the following totals (exceptions made at the discretion of the Department of Residence Life): Vandervelden (2), Clark (3), Cascade (7), Walter (8), Burlingham, McCormick, Gilbert (4 each). Total 32 posters.
If you are hanging only one larger poster per hall, you may hang the poster yourself after receiving a stamp of approval and in consultation with the hall’s AC.
Open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Evangeline Van | Student Life Administrative Coordinator
503-352-2254 | email@example.com
Student Life Front Desk
2140 University Ave | 503-352-2200 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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