For the second consecutive year, Washington Monthly magazine has placed Pacific on its honor roll of colleges working most effectively to cultivate engaged citizens.
For many around the globe, this time of year is sacred. This is true for the many people of faith at Pacific University, a community that finds strength in the religious and cultural diversity represented by our students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
The Center for Civic Engagement is accepting donations for migrant families in the Forest Grove area Nov. 11 through Nov. 19.
Pacific University's McCall Center for Civic Engagement, in conjunction with Oregon Humanities, has drawn attention for guiding public discussions on topics of common interest, such as last month's forum on "What does it mean to be an American?"
Sign up now and help save the planet at two beach cleanups happening Sunday, Nov. 3. Limited transportation is available. If you're driving, please try to arrange a carpool as parking is also limited.
All first year and new transfer students are invited to apply for the Global Scholars First Year Travel stipend. The stipend offers students a discount of up to $1500 to participate in spring 2020 travel courses to Namibia, Costa Rica, Spain, or Romania. Students with second language proficiency and diverse cultural or linguistic backgrounds are especially encouraged to apply by Nov. 1.
An election is coming and you can register to vote. The McCall Center for Civic Engagement is prepared to help.
Food for Thought: Spring Theatre Production Pairs with Boxer Food Share to Talk Food Insecurity and Political Resistance
Pacific University’s Department of Theatre & Dance presents Dario Fo’s political farce They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay! March 14-17
Civic engagement students partner with local Habitat for Humanity chapter to help construct new home.
Washington Monthly has named Pacific a "Best College for Student Voting" list, which measures how well institutions encourage their students to vote.