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When Starbucks closes after May Commencement, there will be drip coffee available for sale in The Market. There may also be more noise in and around the UC due to construction.
Graduates Line Up Prior To May 2023 Commencement At Pacific University
Nearly 800 students will celebrate the latest milestone on their life journeys at Pacific University celebrates its May Commencement with two ceremonies on Saturday, May 18.
To better align with the University Purchasing Policy, we have changed the eligibility requirements on who can place catering orders. Effective immediately, only authorized budget authorities are allowed to submit catering orders. 
Need anything from the Free Store? Stop by before May 9. It will be closed through the summer, but we will still be accepting donations.
Dr. Eisen has accepted the position to serve as the new Director of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility. The Director of EDIA will play a critical role supporting an integrative and sustainable framework of equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility practices toward institutionally inclusive excellence.
Mark Denney, Pacific University Vice President For Finance & Administration
Mark Denney began his duties on May 1. He comes to Pacific after serving nearly six years in a similar position at the University of Houston-Clear Lake in Texas.
The Counseling Center and Human Resources Department have partnered to highlight some important and helpful services available to Pacific faculty members, staff and students.
Oregon's Primary Election will take place on May 21, 2024. If you are an Oregon voter, here's what you should expect.
Celebrate Provost Barr-Gillespie on her retirement!
As commencement day approaches on May 18, it's crucial to plan parking arrangements well in advance. Expect high demand for parking spaces, so arriving early is wise.