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As I reflect on my first full year here at Pacific University, it is great to see how much we have accomplished. We had the largest number of majors in the Forest Grove undergraduate class of May 2018. Commencement was a wonderful ceremony where the university honored both our graduates along with our honorary degree recipient, Tommy Thayer of the iconic rock band KISS.
Marsh Hall Springtime
Prospective students and their families who register in advance and visit at least four participating colleges during the week will be eligible for application fee waivers when they apply for admission to any of the participating institutions. 
Skyler Erban '18
Pacific Senior Skyler Erben has parlayed his experience with the Pacific Impact Fund into a new opportunity after graduation. 
Columbia Guest Speaker
The College of Business hosted Brent Beeson of Columbia Sportswear Company, as part of its inaugural guest lecture series, Professor for a Day.
How Steve found an MBA program which fit his needs and career goals.
Hannah Hulse Smiling
Hannah Hulse '18 spends her summers fighting wildfires. Now, she's getting ready to pair her firefighting experience with her education in the College of Business for a career in fire operations.
The Pacific University College of Business has appointed Wanda Frazier, MBA, as placement coordinator for the college’s students and graduates.
Alumna and financial advisor Noel Pacarro Brown MAT '05 and College of Business Professor Laura McNally offer tips for managing your money in the short and long term.
Running Rickshaw in Action
Several years ago, Patching watched his oldest daughter drive a cart behind miniature horses, and the image struck a spark. Why push a stroller when he could pull a cart? That image became the impetus for his running rickshaw, the first of two projects Patching completed as a two-time Berglund Center Fellow at Pacific University.
Start-Up Solutions Illustration
The Berglund Center invites Pacific students — from freshmen to doctoral students — to pitch solutions to existing or emerging problems. The best receive a year of start-up support as Berglund Center Fellows.

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