Pacific University is proud to recognize more than 380 undergraduates earning bachelor’s degrees this spring, including top students named among the outstanding graduates of 2020. Read about Pacific University's Honors in Excellence presented to the Undergraduate Class of 2020.
Pacific will waive application fees for Concordia students. Undergraduates in good standing at Concordia, as well as accepted incoming undergrads, will be accepted for admission and will qualify for merit scholarships from $12,000 to $24,000 per year.
Ally Govi '20 is an international student from Italy who transferred to Pacific University's College of Business after attending Kapiolani Community College.
The College of Business selected Kristen Tamagawa and Eliette Schulte to be student ambassadors for the COB at the International Business Career Conference in St. Louis, Missouri.
In Memoriam: Richard DeVine '50
As the calendar year comes to an end, we hope you will consider supporting Pacific University and our students with a year-end gift. Every gift, of any amount, makes an impact, and there are many different ways to support Pacific and our students.
Andy Isokpehi is an international student from Nigeria studying marketing at the College of Business at Pacific University Oregon. As a transfer student, he will only be spending 2 years with us, but during that time he has been active in professional development activities with the COB’s Placement Services, completed a marketing internship, and he plays for the Boxer’s Men’s basketball team.
Gaby Villegas grew up in Hermiston, Ore. and recalls upon her first visit to campus, "...as soon as I walked onto Pacific's campus, I knew this was the right place for me." Villegas graduated with her degree in Business Administration from Pacific in May 2016. During her time at Pacific, she began an internship at a Forest Grove start-up which quickly became a career where she has adapted to learn new roles and develop new procedures in departments from human resources to finance as she grows with the company.
Amanda Iverson '02 is named one of Tucson's 40 Under 40.
Her Thursdays, for example, begin when she wakes up at 5 a.m. Then she drives for an hour to a horse barn in West Linn, where she feeds and cares for three horses. Then she rides, usually three or four horses for a minimum of 30 minutes each, then makes the return drive to Forest Grove. She arrives on campus about 12:30 p.m. and her first class is at 1 p.m.