Get the latest university updates at a virtual budget town hall with President Jenny Coyle. Pacific staff and faculty are invited to register in advance for this spring 2024 meeting.
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At Pacific, we celebrate that our Boxer community is a found family filled with people from every background and walk of life. We honor the unique voices and lived experiences of each member of this family. And we commit to the ongoing work of self-reflection, listening, learning and action necessary to continue making sure Pacific — and our surrounding society — practices those values every day.
The Pacific University trustee leads Hillsboro-based PLI Systems, an industry leader and one of the fastest growing Hispanic-owned businesses in the country. He will be honored at Pacific's May Commencement at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 20.
This competitive award program honors the contributions made by Dr. Gabelnick during her term as president of Pacific by providing up to $1,000 for projects or programs designed to engage students and faculty in the pursuit of community service and altruism.
Save the date for in-person and virtual World Café sessions. This is your best opportunity to provide your input for Pacific University’s strategic plan. Sessions will be available in Hillsboro on May 9, Forest Grove on May 10, and virtually on May 11. Employees also will receive a survey for additional input.
Get the latest university updates at a virtual town hall with President Jenny Coyle. Pacific staff and faculty are invited to register in advance for this spring 2023 meeting.
Independent Trustee Mark Truax ’09 and Undergraduate Faculty Trustee Lorely French began terms in March. Independent Trustees Gary Pacarro ’74, Heidi Nielsen ’96, Chris Tuffli ’84, Amelie Brazelton Aust, Greg Dinges and Jim Baker begin terms in May.
Coyle was ceremonially installed as the 18th president of Pacific University on March 9, 2023.
Our hearts go out to the Michigan State University community in the wake of last night’s tragic shootings that killed three students and left five injured.
Thirty five years ago, I made my first visit to Pacific University. It was Valentine’s Day, and I was nervous, lost and running late.