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Pacific University

Pacific University

We provide undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in the liberal arts and sciences, optometry, education, health professions and business.

Shereen Khoja is a Professor of Computer Science at Pacific!

"The Wind in Our Hair" is a documentary about building self-confidence and relationships through cycling, and encouraging more women to bike. This excellent documentary was produced by our very own Associate Professor of Film & Video, Jennifer Hardacker, and will be premiering on Sunday evening, Oct. 19 at 6:30 p.m. in the Milky Way Building.

Sharing is caring. Alpha Zetas and Alpha Kappa Deltas split the spirit bench in half and it looks awesome!

Such a festive Boxer red dress for the holidays!

This morning, under cover of darkness, members of Delta Chi Delta took control of the Spirit Bench. They have left their mark. #SpiritBenchWars

Dane Joesph is a Professor of Sociology and an Associate Head Women's Soccer Coach here at Pacific.

Recent Greek control of the spirit bench continues, this time with decoration by the ladies of Theta Nu Alpha!

Looks like the ladies of Alpha Kappa Delta have made their mark on the spirit bench, complete with their signatures, Greek letters, and a lovely unicorn.

The smell of fresh paint lingers by the spirit bench where the ladies of Delta Chi Delta have recently painted their names.

Part of what makes Pacific so special is the community, and the people that help foster and grow it. Alumni Bob ’64 and Sunny (McGowan) Iboshi ’67 are wonderful examples of this. During Homecoming they received the David & Sandy Lowe Outstanding Alumni Service Award for their involvement at Pacific, including endowing a scholarship and being co-chairs of the Charles Trombley Society.

Pacific University remembered as 'the best thing I ever did' by Golden Guard alumnus | OregonLive.com

Alumna Junko Tsunashima '74 won an Emmy award for her work as supervising producer on the PBS series, American Masters! Congratulations Junko!

Clark Hall was named after Reverend Harvey Clark, one of the founders of Pacific University. Clark is a residence hall as well as administrative offices.

A portrait of an older Dr. Henry Liberty Bates.

The painting of Harvey W. Scott was created in the late 1960's when Pacific University constructed in the Harvey W. Scott Memorial Library. Scott was the first graduate of Pacific University.

Marsh Hall was built in 1895 and named after Pacific's first president, Sidney Harper Marsh. In 1975 a fire gutted 75 percent of the building. Marsh Hall was restored with the utmost care.

Portrait of Sidney Harper Marsh, the first President of Pacific University. He began his service in 1854 and served as the President of Pacific University for the next 25 years. His tenure ended on February 2, 1879 in Forest Grove, when he passed away at age 81.

The Tom Miles Theatre building is the main hangout for theatre and media majors!

Tom Miles was a theater student at Pacific University from 1960-1964. Miles died in a car accident in the spring of 1964. Miles' parents, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Miles Sr., funded the renovation of the campus theater after his death and it was renamed the 'Tom Miles Memorial Theater.'

Herrick Hall was built in 1884 and named after Pacific's second president, Rev. John R. Herrick. In 1907 fire destroyed the building. A second Herrick hall was built and also burned on January 2, 1973. The second building was razed because of age.

Portrait of Reverend John Russell Herrick, second President of Pacific University. He served as President from 1879-1883.

Knight Hall was annexed in 1944 and named after Board of Trustee member Frank L. Knight. Knight Hall housed the School of Music until the Music Department was moved to the newly completed Taylor-Meade Performing Arts Center. It currently houses Admissions offices and Vera the ghost.

Portrait of Reverend Harvey Clark, one of the founders of Pacific University. He was born in Vermont on October 7, 1807, and he and his wife Emeline Cadwell arrived in Oregon Territory in 1840 to serve as missionaries for the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. He went on to preach and to educate children, founding Tualatin Academy in 1849.

Bates House was named after Dr. Henry Bates and is an administrative office building!

Scott Hall was named after Harvey Scott and houses classrooms and administrative buildings!