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Styrofoam will no longer be allowed for use with food at Pacific University campuses after July 1, 2021. The new ban prohibits the purchasing, selling, providing or use of Styrofoam food service containers at any Pacific University authorized concessions, university sponsored events, or university programs.
Eligible Pacific students will receive a $400 payment. Payments will be distributed on a rolling basis starting May 29.
Chester Carson '04 has relied on strong networking his skills throughout his career. Recently his network helped him realize a dream of life in Hawai'i.
Exterior of Clark Hall
The Office of Accessibility and Accommodation Services will be hosting virtual office hours and a Zoom Boxer lunch for parents June 18 at noon. Sign up today!
From President Hallick
In the two months since the COVID-19 pandemic transformed our daily ways of life, Pacific University has made significant adaptations in the ways we teach, learn, work and live. I know that, for many of you, questions about the future of your education loom large. I assure you, Pacific will be here for you, delivering the quality education you have come to expect and helping you move forward in your path to the future.
Three pharmacy students in lab
The Pacific University School of Pharmacy is proud to announce its 2020 outstanding graduate award recipients.
physical therapy class exercise
The Pacific University School of Physical Therapy & Athletic Training proudly announces its 2020 outstanding graduate awards. On May 16, Pacific celebrated its May 2020 commencement with a virtual ceremony,
optometry student and patient
The Pacific University College of Optometry is proud to recognize the outstanding graduates among its Class of 2020. Celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, the Pacific University College of Optometry focus on preparing tomorrow’s doctors of optometry, while also serving the vision needs of the local community and advancing research in the industry.
Pharm Lab
Pacific University is proud to announce two pharmacy students are the recipients of a prestigious Oregon Health Authority scholarship. Thanks to changes in eligibility requirements, pharmacy students were able to apply for the first time this year to OHA’s Primary Care Loan Forgiveness Program.
Arendt has worked as a community pharmacist, director of pharmacy, and expert in healthcare leadership and management, as well as a faculty member in the Pacific University School of Pharmacy.

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