News, Media and Stories

Rob DeCou Riding Recumbent Bicycle
Rob DeCou likes pushing his body to the limits and uses his participation in endurance sports to raise money for a number of humanitarian causes.
Satan's Pilgrims Playing The Milky Way
For Pacific students in the 1990s and 2000s, the Milky Way was to place to be in Forest Grove for concerts, movies, outdoor adventures and a good cup of coffee.
Marketa Marvanova receives the Women's Spotlight Award from the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, honoring longtime advocacy for senior care pharmacy.
It's time for employees to update and verify your current mailing address in Paycom prior to the end of November so that W-2s can be mailed to the correct address. 
Applications are still being accepted for the January 2024 cohort in Pacific's Doctor of Science program, which offers two clinical degrees, the Doctor of Healthcare Science and the Doctor of Medical Science.  
Pacific University welcomes Jean Kollenburn, our new Dining assistant general manager. If you are in the UC, please stop by and say hi!   
A love of running has taken AK Freeland MFA '20 around the world, providing incredible experiences and subject matter for her creative outlets.
Kelsey Graczyk '19 long dreamed of working for the National Park Service. Now she helps tell the story of the parks as a visual communications specialist.
In his role as a biological wildlife technician at Hawai'i's Haleakalā National Park, Josh Higa '19 is helping to preserve populations of two of the islands' iconic and endangered birds.
Sixty years after his death, Olaus Murie, a 1912 graduate of Pacific University, is still revered as a pioneer in conservation.