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Discover your path to success at the MBA Open House on May 2. Gain insights from students pursuing dual degrees and those transitioning directly to the MBA program. 
Noah Yamashiro '24 Singing
The inclusion of a five-song set of Hawaiian music in Noah Yamashiro's '24 senior recital was a homage to a culture that has had a large influence on his musical journey.
Pacific University recently conducted lockdown drills on the Hillsboro and Forest Grove campuses. Please provide your feedback and recommendations for future drills by participating in the lockdown drill surveys.
Image of Boxer with sunglasses and a surfboard, alongside seashells and palm leaves. Text reads: Join Boxer and the Pacific University Libraries for our 2024 Summer Reading Bingo. Summer fun! Exclusive pins! Literary prizes!
Summer break is just around the corner, and so is Summer Reading! Read your way towards exclusive buttons and a chance to win literary prizes. Students, staff and faculty are all encouraged to participate!
Orange background reading every child matters with feathered border
The Indigenous Student Alliance will host Pacific's first Reconciliation Powwow on May 4 in Stoller Gym. Doors open at noon, and the first Grand Entry begins at 1 p.m. 
Members of the Reproductive Justice Action Team Standing Next To Washington County Public Health Sign
Pacific's Reproductive Justice Action Team is recognized with an award from the Washington County Department of Health and Human Services for its efforts to educate the campus community on health issues.
"Interconnected" features the work of three graduating seniors from the Art Department.
Lena Cavsoglu, Duane Zingale, Megan Gayodsh and Russell Belk
A personal experience for Pacific University College of Business Professor Lena Cavusoglu leads to the production of Face Value, an award-winning documentary about the experiences of those with facial differences in society.
Please be advised that parking along College Way of the Forest Grove Campus will be impacted on Monday, April 22.
Spring has sprung and the sun is coming back! Take a break from your computer and get outside with Outdoor Pursuits. We've got lots of great trips remaining for those who want to get out on the water, and some free events on campus if you can't make it out for the day trips.