News, Media and Stories

Jim Flory with students
Pacific University Faculty Emeritus Jim Flory peacefully passed on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
Screen shot of search platform
Marketing & Communications has implemented a new search platform on the university website! Get better results, search across multiple Pacific sites, and filter your results by academic program, events, news, people, social posts, date and more!
Couple kissing
Pacific University's Theatre Department proudly presents its Winter 2023 production: Constellations by Nick Payne, directed byElliot Lorenc '20. Join us for performances from Feb. 9 through Feb. 12.
Student at Commencement
May 2023 Commencement is less than four months away. That means it’s time to order your regalia  online now through April 25, and have it shipped to the location of your choice. Check out other items on your graduation checklist and start crossing items off your to-do list!
Faculty and students from the School of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training will be sharing their expertise at the 2023 American Physical Therapy Association's Oregon Conference. The annual chapter meeting takes place in March at Providence St. Vincent.
2022 Staff Honors & Awards Ceremony
Each year, Pacific University honors its unsung heroes at its Service Awards Celebration. Please consider taking a few minutes to nominate colleagues and community partners who have gone above and beyond for the university and its students in the last year. 
Be a good neighbor and park in designated parking lots around campus or on the street, and follow posted parking signs to avoid the risk of being towed. Still need a 2023 parking sticker for the Forest Grove Campus? Renew it online.
CLASS is offering drop-in tutoring for some of the university's most popular undergraduate subjects, including chemistry, biology, and mathematics. No appointment is needed, just show up during the designated drop-in hours and get some support alongside your classmates during spring semester.
Explore the Joseph Gale Bigs-in-Schools Mentorship Program! Become a mentor and make a difference in the life of a young person. Your commitment requires only two- hours each month, and will have a lasting impact on the life of a young person in the Forest Grove community.
The Center for a Sustainable Society will be opening a new free store behind Drake House this spring! Before the grand opening, we are accepting donations from anyone, and will offer essentials for students, including clothing, cookware, dorm essentials, appliances, and more!