News Media Releases
University honors more than 700 degree candidates and several retiring faculty members at its annual spring commencement activities.
A major power outage in downtown Portland has forced the closure. Power may not be restored until this evening.
University will renew its "Partnership to Transform the Delivery of Education Opportunities in the Woodburn Community" with Chemeketa Community College, others.
The founders of the Hillsboro Campus reunited with employees, alumni, students and local dignitaries to celebrate a decade of growth and success.
UO undergraduate students now have an opportunity to seamlessly apply and transition into Pacific's three-year pharmacy program.
The Press' first publication, When the Rewards Can Be So Great, is awarded a gold medal in the writing/publishing category.
A variety of produce and flower plants from the university’s B Street Farm will be available for purchase as one of several university activities on tap to celebrate Earth Week.
Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to give a talk at 5 p.m. Forest Grove School Board Candidate Forum begins at 6:30.
Tyehimba Jess honored for Olio (Wave Books 2016), which investigates the lives of African American performers prior to the Civil War and continuing to the beginning of World War I.
A select number of tickets for both the authentic full-course Hawai'ian meal and spectacular show can still be purchased. Presented by student club Ná Haumána O Hawai`i, Pacific's annual Lu'au on the Forest Grove Campus is one of the largest and most revered in the contiguous United States.