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Pacific University's Old College Hall
Pacific Priority allows students to apply for and receive conditional admission to select Pacific graduate programs before they even start college, providing a clear pathway to graduation and the next step in their education & career journey.
Members and coaches of the Pacific handball team come together with the College of Optometry and the U.S. Handball Association to develop ASTM eye protection standards for the sport.
Old College Hall is silhouetted against the sun
With eyes on the skies for a pair of solar eclipses, Pacific's Todd Duncan & Karl Citek provide insights into the science behind eclipses and tips for keeping your eyes safe for upcoming events in October and April.
The Pacific University College of Optometry presented awards to some of its top optometry graduates on May 19.
Lee Ann Remington
The alumna and former faculty member will be recognized May 20 at the university’s graduate and professional commencement ceremony, where she also will deliver the keynote address.
Luke Boran OD '23, has been awarded the inaugural Oregon Optometric Physicians Association's (OOPA) Legacy Past Presidents Award. The award was announced at OOPA's annual meeting held in April at Eagle Crest Resort in Redmond, Ore.
Chunming Liu
She is currently serving as the principle investigator for Childhood Atropine for Myopia Progression (CHAMP) study at Pacific University College of Optometry.
Michelle Kester ’16 and Nathan Ho OD’18 were married on July 30, 2022. Ho is a Pacific graduate from the Optometry School, and Kester graduated with an International Business degree.
David Goss '72, OD '74 has published From Spectacle Making Trade to Scholarly Profession: A History of Optometry in the United States, by Pacific University Press.
photos of guest speakers
Join us on International Women’s Day, Wednesday, March 8 at 4 p.m. PST, for an alumnae panel of women leaders as we celebrate the inauguration of our 18th president, Jennifer Coyle ’90, OD ’93, MS ’00, who is the third woman to lead our university.

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