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Mike Steel Pictured gazing over the lookout.
Professor emeritus and retiring handball coach Mike Steele launches an endowment to support the many aspects of Pacific that he loves.
Piggy Bank illustration
Nationwide Americans carry more than $11 trillion in consumer debt. At that rate, going debt free like Emily ’08 and Colin Kambak ’06 may not be in the immediate future for everyone. But these three finance experts — all Pacific alumni — have some tips to help everyone be a little wiser with their money.
Forst Storyboard
Stunning collection of drawings display a passion, and PTSD therapy, for Bill Forst ’67.
Bryan Lang smiling
Less than two years after earning his physical therapy degree from Pacific, Bryan Lang is practicing in his own business.
Continuing Education Story Image
Continuing education offerings provide opportunities to move
Brandon and Kelleigh harvesting coffee on their farm.
A couple of alumni took a chance on a Hawai‘i coffee farm. Five years later, they are winning awards and giving back to the coffee community. 
Emily Hobizal '08 and Colin Kambak '06
Is college worth the cost? Empirical data says yes. So do a couple of Pacific University alumni, now that they have paid off all the debt they accrued during and immediately after school.
Berglund Center Teaser
Alumni Jim and Mary Fair Berglund are among Pacific’s most generous supporters, and daughter Julie Berglund Baker is following their lead.
Cascade Hall Exterior
Transforming the Pacific student experience with campus updates.
Medallion Illustration
Alumni from the late 1960s are banding together to endow a scholarship for students in honor of their upcoming inductions into the Golden Guard.

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