During Homecoming 2023, Oct. 13-15, there are lots of ways to connect with fellow Boxers including alumni, fellow students and employees. Attend a theatre open house, tour the Boxer Gardens, enjoy a soul food dinner with Black Student Union Alumni & Friends, or attend a sporting event during the weekend including football, women’s soccer and men’s soccer.
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Evaluators from the NWCCU want to hear from faculty, staff and students as part of the university's accreditation process. Join us at one of the open forum opportunities to share your favorite stories and experiences that meet our mission to help students think, care, create and pursue justice in the world.
Meet our new Mail Services team. Feel free to drop by and introduce yourself any time if you have not already met them.
As you pull out your sweaters and scarves for fall, now would be a good time to make a plan for staying social and engaged even as the weather changes. We recommend finding a volunteering routine so you can continue to learn about our community and feel the surge of endorphins from a job well done.
During the closure of Pacific Hall for renovations, many of the university's campus centers are located in temporary locations around campus. Find out where all the action is happening and how you can participate.
Pacific University’s College of Arts & Sciences will be hosting national teaching and learning expert Kevin Gannon on Tuesday, Oct. 3. There will be several opportunities for students, faculty and staff to interact with Dr. Gannon, also known as "the Tattooed Professor."
Have you ever wondered what opportunities exist to study and travel abroad as a Pacific student? You are invited to attend the International Opportunities Fair on the U.C. Patio on October 5 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Did you know… Pacific Dining diverts food scraps and waste to composting?
Pacific University has had a spate of packages being delayed at the post office recently, so here are some tips to make sure that your delivery gets to you right away. Find more pointers from university mail services, including how to address your mail so its delivered ASAP.
With eyes on the skies for a pair of solar eclipses, Pacific's Todd Duncan & Karl Citek provide insights into the science behind eclipses and tips for keeping your eyes safe for upcoming events in October and April.