Alumni Chapters & Committees

The purpose of the Alumni Association is to deepen the engagement of alumni and students in a lifelong relationship with Pacific University and to further the welfare of Pacific University. Additional alumni participation is welcomed by all of the following chapters and committees of the Alumni Association.

To learn more about how to get involved, please contact us.

Martha Calus-McLain '03 | Senior Director of Alumni & Community Engagement
503-352-2764 | martha@pacificu.edu

Awards & Scholarship

The Awards & Scholarship committee is tasked with coordinating the selection of award recipients and make recommendations to the university pertaining to the selection of Alumni Board Legacy Scholarship recipients.

Boxer Club

Boxer Club supports student-athletes and the mission of the Pacific University Athletic Department. Boxer Club members actively support student-athlete successes. Membership includes alumni, parents, friends, faculty and staff of the university.

Boxer 'Ohana Hawai'i Chapter

The Hawai‘i Chapter focuses on helping alumni in Hawai'i connect with one another and with the university.

Boxer 'Ohana Mainland Chapter

The Boxer ‘Ohana Mainland Chapter is focused on maintaining contact with alumni from Hawai'i who reside on the mainland and providing support to alumni in Hawai'i.

College of Education Chapter

The College of Education alumni chapter is focused on mentoring current students in the School of Learning & Teaching and providing resources and support for alumni who are teachers.

Friends of Music

Friends of Music supports the department of music by increasing awareness of the music programs and the ability of alumni to support those programs. They also sponsor the annual Music Hall of Fame Award.

Friends of Speech

The Friends of Speech Chapter supports the Pacific University Speech Team.

Puget Sound Chapter

The Puget Sound Chapter focuses on helping alumni in the Puget Sound area connect with one another and with the university.

School of Communication Sciences and Disorders Chapter

The School of Communications Sciences and Disorders Chapter strives to foster continued learning, professional development and community among alumni and to enhance the current student experience.

Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow

Pacific University's Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT), is a student organization aimed at strengthening the relationship between current students and alumni by encouraging students to become active and supportive alumni.