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SCC suggestions and resources on how to care for your mental health during the summer break.
Pharmacy students and faculty prepare COVID-19 vaccine doses
Students and employees will be required to complete a full series of the COVID-19 vaccine at least two weeks prior to arriving on campus for 2021-2022 academic terms, including those starting in May, June or July. Current employees already on campus will be required to complete their vaccination series by Aug. 1, 2021.
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Pacific University will allow undergraduate and graduate travel abroad under limited circumstances in the coming months.
Grad cap decorated with RDH
Due to current COVID-19 trends and restrictions, this large-scale gathering is not feasible in August. The CDC continues to recommend against large gatherings, including for people who are fully vaccinated, and current guidance restricts Pacific from hosting guests at university events, on or off campus. While we are disappointed to miss the traditional ceremony, we are committed to honoring and celebrating the achievements of our graduating students.
Shun Wetlesen sitting in red rocking chair
Over the course of 36 hours on April 27-28, more than 650 Pacific students, alumni, parents, employees and friends gave more than $225,000 in support of student success.
Stuart Leijon '15 won the 2020 Robert C. Watson Award by the American Intellectual Property Law Association for his paper on data privacy.
In Memoriam: Bruce McInnes
In Memoriam: Lori Eville OT '93
Amber Benton '09 was named the assistant dean for diversity, equity and inclusion at The Michigan State University College of Natural Science.
Paul Rowley MFA '12 was named one of two Indigenous grant winners from the 2021 Tinworks Artists Grant in April.

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