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The Red Cross will be running a blood drive in November at the United Church of Christ's Fellowship Hall on 2032 College Way.
A small banner image for the Healthy Minds Study.  In a blue box on the top are the statements in white text, "Your voice matters, Your wellbing matters, and you matter".  In a white text box below, in blue letters are the words "The Healthy Minds Survey".  The text boxes are surrounded by a green border.
Want to learn more about mental health on campus? Participate in the Healthy Minds Survey! The survey opens Nov. 14. Complete the survey by Dec. 8 to be automatically entered to win a prize.
Happy October, Boxers! 'Tis the season. We're starting to see a lot more seasonal volunteer opportunities for service! Check it out in this week's civic action update from the Tom McCall Center.
Pacific Hall Construction
With the seismic upgrade complete, the full focus of the construction now turns to the finish sequence on both levels inside the building as well as to the repair/refurbishment work at the building’s exterior.
The Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Association has has awarded its 2023 annual Award of Clinicianship to Assistant Professor Mary Mitchell, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
The Pacific University Music Department is proud to present its student ensembles in concert this Fall 2023! Grab your tickets now for our choral concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27, in McCready Hall.
Join Nā Haumāna O Hawaiʻi on Oct. 25 for a cultural workshop to learn the basics of Maori poi dancing! This event is open to all Pacific University students and employees.
We are excited to inform you that the seismic upgrade, which represents a major milestone for the project, has been completed. The team also is beginning to build the schedule for post-construction activities related to prepping the building for reopening by the start of the spring semester on Jan. 29, 2024. 
What's the deal with the green slips? And why don't I have one yet? Learn more about how packages get routed at Pacific University.
CHP students are creating a new virtual workout series called Smiles and Sweat in collaboration with Special Olympics Oregon. Two first-year physical therapy students are producing the classes.