News, Media and Stories | Philanthropy

Grants and private donations are key to giving students hands-on experiences in science and research
Trustee appreciates Pacific's contribution to world.
Alyssa Tuttle pictured working in the lab
Scholarships make a Pacific University education possible for many students, like Alyssa Tuttle, the granddaughter of migrant farmworkers who is becoming a pharmacist.
Kristen Mathics '09 and Kihei Castillo '09
‘If you believe in something, you support it with what you have.’ That’s the take of two recent graduates who are now pursuing healthcare degrees and who make it a priority to give back to Pacific University.
Janet Copeland Pictured Smiling
Pacific University launched Janet Copeland’s lifelong pursuit of education. When she earned her doctorate at age 65, she and her husband celebrated by endowing a scholarship at Pacific to give someone else the same start.
Tyler Oshiro '13 Giving a presentation
The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust has helped Pacific University launch a significant undergraduate research program, one that is giving students like Tyler Oshiro ’13 unprecedented opportunities.
Eva Forrester with her 2 sons.
Scholarships are what make Pacific University possible for many students, like single mom and math major Eva Forrester '14.
Pacific University Legends Hosted by Tommy Thayer Grosses Nearly $500,000
Gamma Sigma Group gathered in 2013
The History of Gamma Sigma Fraternity presented in a photo gallery.

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