Murata is the 2023 NCAA Division III menʻs winner of the annual award named for the late Grand Slam champion, honoring tennis student-athletes nationwide that have exhibited outstanding sportsmanship and leadership.
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Explore the boundless opportunities and a path to success at a virtual MBA open house! This event offers a chance to engage with esteemed faculty, network with ambitious peers, and discover flexible program options. Whether your goal is climbing the corporate ladder or starting your own venture, the MBA program is your gateway to a brighter future.
Discover the boundless possibilities that await you at a Pacific MBA open house! Register for a virtual session on Aug. 3, and engage with renowned faculty, explore our innovative programs, and gain insights from current students.
All Pacific University students in the Healthcare Professions program enjoy direct admission to the Pacific MBA program! Learn about reserved scholarships opportunities at an online presentation!
Class of 2023 Honored at Undergraduate Student Awards Ceremony | Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business and Education
Pacific University’s colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business and Education honored its 2023 undergraduate students on May 17.
Drum roll please! Check out the prize winners from the Tiny Boxer Scavenger Hunt and Trivia Game held during inauguration week.
Celebrate Inauguration Week with the Tiny Boxer Scavenger Hunt and Trivia Game between March 7 and 9. Players will answer trivia questions and complete photo/video challenges on campus or remotely. Students, faculty and staff are invited to join the fun!
Pacific University presents "Risky Business: Sports Mega-Events, Tourism, and The Road to Conviviality", a lecture by NYU Professor Christopher Gaffney, who works with municipalities, hospitality enterprises, and civil society on long-term planning and integrated systems design.
Join us for an in-person MBA open house on March 14. Register today!
Robert DeCou ’05 presented a TEDx Talk on Nov. 5, in Manhattan Beach, Calif., and shared his story as an athlete with a cause.