Student Multicultural Center

The Student Multicultural Center is the culmination of advocacy by students, both current and alumni, to establish a location of equitability and inclusion for all students who call Pacific University home.

Mission Statement

The Student Multicultural Center (SMC) is an integral part of Pacific University that represents students of all identities, cultures and abilities. In a continuously evolving world, we strive to promote cultural sensitivity through education and advocacy within our university and student operations.

Vision Statement

Working to empower, impact and inspire, the Student Multicultural Center fosters an inclusive and brave environment through transformative and transparent practices.

Who We Are

Located in Scott Hall Room 106/107 on the Forest Grove Campus, the SMC is a vibrant hub that welcomes and serves all members of our community including Pacific University students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni, community members and other campus visitors. The SMC provides our visitors with a home away from home and a source of educational opportunities. Visit our Instagram profile here: @pacu_smc

What We Provide

  • Free, reservable meeting and event space 
  • Student organization office space
  • Study & Lounge area
  • Open 5 days a week; M-F 9am - 7pm
  • Variety of other resources

Recent Changes & Highlights:

 

 

Contact Us

Student Multicultural Center
Scott Hall 106/107 | smc@groups.pacificu.edu

Headlines

Sign for students of color conference

Join the Student Multicultural Center, in partnership with other Pacific University centers, for Men of Color programming in January. The goal of these sessions is to help male-identifying students of color understand where they can find support, guidance and resources.

From President Hallick

I invite you to join me Monday, Jan. 18, at 1 p.m. for a virtual commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, hosted by the Office of Student Affairs and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, in partnership with the Undergraduate Student Senate and the Human Rights Council of Washington County.

NHOH Giving Tree

NHOH is hosting its annual holiday giving tree for members of the Western Farmers Association. Unwrapped gifts may be delivered outside of Clark Hall room 218 by Monday, Nov. 30. Boxer ID needed to enter the building. Gifts may also be ordered online and mailed to the NHOH club.