In 1970, Khiem "Tim" and Thuy "Cathy" (Trinh) Tran came to Pacific as bright-eyed international students. Less than a decade later, they were refugees. With the help of friends at Pacific, they made it— and today, the successful retirees are saying thank you with perpetual support for the university they love.
Now's your chance to capture the beauty of our campuses and culture with markers, colored pencils or even crayons! Many thanks to our alumni artists who made this award-winning book possible.
Pacific Senior Skyler Erben has parlayed his experience with the Pacific Impact Fund into a new opportunity after graduation.
With the right education and training, optometrists can save lives. That's why two recently retired College of Optometry professors have created an award to inspire future generations of doctoral students.
Alumna Tawnya Pastuck ’02, OD ’06 publishes her first children's book to put kids at ease when visiting the eye doctor.
"Aunty" Edna Gehring, advisor for Pacific's Hawai'i Club, is retiring after 35 years of service at Pacific. Her legacy will live on through an endowed scholarship for members of the club.
The Littlefield family has established an award and a scholarship, both for optometry students.
Alex (Bing) Marchbanks '14, SLP '18 found her passion for speech-language pathology at Pacific. A scholarship funded by donors helped turn her dreams to reality as she completes her master's degree this spring.
Making a charitable gift to Pacific University from your IRA is easy and can result in less taxation on the gift.
Two recent bequests received by Pacific create endowed scholarships.