News, Media and Stories

Hundreds of alumni will return to campus for Homecoming 2023, Oct. 13-15 and we need your help to make it successful! Students are invited to apply for a work-study paid position to be a part of the Homecoming Event Staff where you can help the Alumni Engagement team prepare for Homecoming, decorate events, check alumni into Homecoming, and more! If you don’t have work-study and still would like to volunteer at events during the weekend, you are also welcome to sign up! 
Two new policies were recently approved that provide guidance on ensuring records are adequately protected and maintained. Learn more about the new policies regarding student records and finance and administration documents. 
The 2023 Corn Roast & Harvest Festival and 33rd annual Sidewalk Chalk Art Festival will take place on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023.
Are you interested in volunteering as a safety representative for your building at the Pacific University campuses? Would you like to learn more about safety and personal preparedness? Join the Building Emergency Response Team today! 
Pacific University conducts annual evacuation and lockdown drills. Understanding what to do in these two very different scenarios is important to personal safety and the safety of those around you.
healthcare professionals in a meeting
The fully online Doctor of Science (DHSc/DMSc) program is currently accepting applications for the next cohort of students that will start in January 2024. The program is intentionally designed for working professionals to grow their skills without having to put their careers on hold. 
Read pointers on university mail services, including when to pick up your packages and how we can help.
Join the Delta Chi Delta Diaternity for our fall rush events!
Pacific University alumna Oahn Ngo MSAT '22 is an athletic trainer with the NFL's San Francisco 40ers.
Oahn Ngo MSAT '22 is spending her second season with the NFL team.
The Intramurals Department is hosting their first ever doubles pickleball tournament! This tournament is open to all students, staff and faculty.