Budget Information

Budget Update 2019

In March 2019, the Pacific University Board of Trustees approved a balanced 2019-2020 budget for the university. The budget reflects Pacific's commitment to continuing to evolve and innovate as the nature of higher education and the careers available for our students change over time. Included in the budget is an investment in new and changing programs, like data science and music education and a modest increase to employee salaries, as well as a changes to the employee health insurance program that saved both the university and individuals considerable money. Read More

Budget Update 2018

In March 2018, the Board of Trustees approved a balanced 2018-2019 budget after months of diligent work and creative problem-solving. The budget was built with very conservative enrollment targets in an effort to "right-size" enrollment goals. Steep increases in employee health insurance premiums were a particular challenge in this year. Every area of the university made significant adjustments to present a balanced budget that built toward a more sustainable future. Read More

Budget Forum 2017

President Lesley Hallick presented Pacific University’s draft 2017-2018 budget at an open forum on March 2, 2017. The budget, which was ultimately approved by the Board of Trustees, reflects an overall increase of about 3 percent in university-wide revenue and expenditures. The 2017-2018 budget reflects the university’s foray into three-year budgeting, which will help with long-term planning and stability throughout the university’s growing programs. More details are available in the slides from President Hallick’s presentation.

Budget Forum 2016

On March 31, 2016, Pacific University President Lesley Hallick hosted a budget forum to discuss the university's 2016-2017 budget with members of the Boxer community. Among the highlights she shared: The 2016-2017 budget includes the smallest tuition increase in at least 15 years, while supporting innovation opportunities and addressing salary comparability for staff as part of an ongoing adjustment for all employees. More details are available in the slides of President Hallick's presentation.

Budget Forum 2015

The 2015 open budget forum for faculty and staff was held on April 2. President Lesley Hallick shared this presentation during a 90 minute session, which was available for viewing and participating at multiple campuses and locations. The forum included questions from the audience and the President's Cabinet was on stage to assist with responses to questions posed.