Starting August 5, 2019 anyone with a PUNet ID will be able to create news/media posts that can be sent out on a variety of newsfeeds throughout the site. Harness this powerful communication tool to share your story on a website viewed by thousands of people.
A brand-new online calendar is launching this August with a host of requested features, customization options and a clean visual style. The new calendar will have the functionality of the leading popular third-party platforms with the added benefit of full integration with the Pacific University website.
In recognition of institutional excellence in marketing and communications, Pacific University's website received a Silver Award in the Electronic & Digital Media: Overall Website category for the 2019 CASE District VII Communications awards.
A redesigned homepage with a strong focus on discovery pathways was launched this August along with significant improvements to the MyPacific landing pages and newsfeeds throughout the site.
The third-party online form system JotForms has reached its end of life and will be retired from use at Pacific University on Oct. 1, 2018. Marketing & Communications and UIS are working collaboratively to ensure that the technology remains functional until transitions can be made to new systems and to identify replacement strategies
Embedded newsfeeds on the Pacific University website will receive a design overhaul, introducing teaser photos and text as part of several design improvements launching this week.
As part of ongoing efforts to improve website navigation and structure, several important undergraduate curriculum webpages have been moved, including Senior Projects Day, Finals Schedule and Core information.
Trained web editors are able to edit academic webpages in their areas of responsibility as a result of recently-installed website improvements.
A new tutorial page for Pacific University web editors, Featured and Related Content on Webpages, has been added to the Web Editor Training & Support pages.
The university network experienced a network outage this morning that affected phone and computer access at the Forest Grove and Hillsboro campuses.