Pacific temporarily suspends all in-person instruction during the week of March 16; dates of resumption vary. Campus services continue, plan for remainder of semester. Pacific expands online tools for employee.
Some graduate/professional programs will take break to move courses online; others begin immediately. More frequently asked questions.
In response to coronavirus pandemic, Pacific will move courses online, bring home students and faculty abroad, and cancel large events. Campuses remain open and students are welcome to stay.
All of us at Pacific want our community to work, study and learn in a safe and supportive environment. We will continue to update you as we have more information and as circumstances change.
Pacific is updating its travel recommendations to minimize exposure to the COVID-19 virus.
Pacific's campuses remain open and classes are proceeding as normal. There are no cases of COVID-19 identified at Pacific. Find updates about international clinical placements, as well as resources for faculty members to learn about alternate teaching delivery methods. Learn more about when and if to stay home.
There is no increased risk at Pacific. Follow preventive measures. Stay home if you are sick. Pacific is monitoring travel advisories. Disease does not discriminate — neither do Boxers. Find more information and updates at pacificu.edu/coronavirus.
On Friday, Feb. 28, the Oregon Health Authority reported the first presumptive case of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19 in the state. Pacific University is constantly monitoring the evolving public health situation and compiling information specific to students, employees, clinics and communities at pacificu.edu/coronavirus.
Pacific University is actively monitoring the situation. It is important to note that the current recommendations from the CDC are no different than in any other flu season: Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Stay home when you are sick. And practice good hygiene, such as covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue and washing your hands frequently.