Air Filtration and Small Appliance Policy


Staff, students and faculty who may wish to supplement office equipment with the use of small appliances are responsible for the purchase, maintenance, and safety of such appliances in their spaces.

The use of air purifiers for space in Pacific University campuses and their efficiency depends on the size of the area they are trying to condition and the power available in the room/building. The University will not purchase air purifiers nor will the University Facilities department maintain the appliance or their filters. It is the sole responsibility of the owner.

Members of the university community should contact Facilities before using these or any other small appliances on campus.

PUNID Required to review policy.

Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020

Cart and Gator Policies

Carts/Gators are to be driven by authorized personnel only.

Cart/Gator Operators must receive authorization and training as well as having their license on file at the Facilities Management Office.

Energy Management Policy


Pacific University’s energy management policy is designed to establish an understanding and support for sustainability and energy conservation in our local community and the world around us. 

Pacific University will regularly review energy consumption and implement methods to improve overall energy management and lower energy consumption. The Energy Management Team will recommend targets to university leadership.

PUNetID required to view policy document.

Monday, June 15, 2020

Identification Cards

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Identification (ID) cards (Boxer Cards) are issued to Pacific University employees. An ID card may be required for admission to or participation in University programs.

The University ID card also serves as a library card. ID cards are issued by Campus Public Safety.

Friday, June 1, 2018

Parking Policy

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Faculty, staff and students are expected to comply with campus parking rules and regulations. Parking permits and a copy of current parking regulations may be obtained from the Office of Campus Public Safety.

Parking Assessment Memo

Friday, June 1, 2018

Thefts and Damage

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All thefts or damage to University property and all other thefts, which come to the attention of the University employees, are to be reported promptly to Campus Public Safety.

A form for such reports is available in the Office of Campus Public Safety.

Friday, June 1, 2018