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PA CIFIC U N IV ERSITY

PACIFIC UNIVERSITY

PACIFIC UNIVERSITY ANNUAL REPORT 2011–2012

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PACIFIC UNIVERSITY BEGAN AS A SCHOOL FOR ORPHANS FROM THE OREGON TRAIL IN 1848 AND IN 1849 WAS CHARTERED AS A COLLEGE FOUNDED BY CONGREGATIONALISTS AND MODELED AFTER THE BEST SCHOOLS OF NEW ENGLAND.

ORIGINS

Lesley M. Hallick, President

PACIFIC UNIVERSITY has always been committed to education and service. In the past year, we have reaffirmed that commitment, as we penned a new statement recognizing our origins, mission and vision. It was no easy task: Dozens of people looked deep into our history and imagined into our future to create a statement that recognizes who we have been, who we are and who we want to be. The origins statement harkens to our past. It remembers and honors our roots in an orphanage and school that helped us become a “close nurturing environment that leads to genuine transformation in students’ lives.” Our mission recognizes our commitment to a “diverse and sustainable community dedicated to discovery and

excellence in teaching, scholarship and practice that mentors students who think, create, care and pursue justice in our world.” Our vision calls for us to “embrace discovery as an essential characteristic of teaching, learning, scholarship, practice and creative expression.” It reminds us that we achieve excellence “by investing in exceptional people.” It challenges us to “embrace a rich diversity of ideas, peoples and cultures” and to “incorporate sustainability in all of our endeavors.” These statements are more than words; they are a manifestation of our identity and goals, and they are helping to drive us forward. They guide us when we start new academic programs, like the several undergraduate and

None of this important work would be possible, though, without people like you: the countless friends and supporters who give to Pacific with their time, their energy and their financial gifts.

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graduate degrees launching this year; as we create new centers of study and learning, like those opened in these past few months; and as we welcome new people who will lead us into the future with integrity to our history. None of this important work would be possible, though, without people like you: the countless friends and supporters who give to Pacific with their time, their energy and their financial gifts. Thank you for your generosity and support of Pacific University and for keeping the Boxer Spirit of yesterday, today and tomorrow alive and well, both here at Pacific and in our world. 2

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SCHOLARSHIPS

The Gift of Higher Education The memory of a beloved grandmother drives Linda Hunt’s dedication—and gift—to students’ healthcare education

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inda Hunt has never feared getting old.

“Growing up, people used to say to me, ‘You are going to make the best old person,’” laughed the Pacific University professor. “I always felt that way. There’s nothing wrong with getting old. I want to be old like my grandma.” It was, in fact, Hunt’s grandmother who first inspired her connection with older people, and the career that has followed. Hunt is a professor of occupational therapy at Pacific, where she also founded and directs the interdisciplinary master’s certificate program in gerontology. She founded the Hilda Fine Gerontology Scholarship, named for her grandmother, to support students and healthcare professionals pursuing the online certificate in order to improve healthcare for aging people. “What seems to be happening in healthcare, new healthcare clinicians graduate from programs and get hired in facilities, and they end up picking up protocols of the facility and following their fellow

clinicians in practice, rather than looking at what’s the latest research or what needs to be changed to make this best for older clients,” she said. “That was the purpose in starting the (gerontology) program: to make change in the workplace so older people are getting the best care possible.” Her inspiration stems from her own grandmother. Hilda Fine was Lithuanian, but her family had to flee persecution there in the 1940s. Her husband and daughter came to the United States first, sending money home so that Fine and her two sons (one who would become Hunt’s father) could come later. “That made a huge impact on me as a child, that she went through this,” Hunt said. Hunt remembers her grandmother being very poor, depending on her children for support, but always giving back by caring for children, baking and crocheting. “She was just this treasure. She was always old, always

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TODAY, PACIFIC’S FOCUS ON TEACHING AND LEARNING IN A CLOSE NURTURING SHEILA GRIFFIE IS AMONG THE 66 PERCENT of Pacific employees who give back to the University with financial support, a figure well beyond Pacific’s peer institutions. Staff and faculty support scholarships, programs and more with their gifts. 2

ENVIRONMENT LEADS TO GENUINE TRANSFORMATION IN

READ MORE Employees Give Back at pacificu.edu/annualreport

STUDENTS’ LIVES.

“I’m very dedicated to the education that people receive at Pacific, and I want to make it accessible and sustainable for our students.” gray-haired, with wire-rimmed glasses,” Hunt recalled. Fine died when Hunt was just 7 years old, the lingering results of a broken hip sustained in a fall. Hunt said she remembers throwing a tantrum in her grief and later seeking out other older people to fulfill the role of grandparent. “What I ended up doing as a child was visiting older people in my neighborhood. “I started knitting, and we’d sit on the porch and knit or crochet,” she said.

“I’ve always had a love of older people.” In turn, that love has become advocacy for better healthcare for the aging. Hunt started Pacific’s gerontology program, which graduated its first cohort of students in December 2011. “I tell my students, ‘Treat these older adults like they are someone’s cherished grandparent,’” she said. “If you have that picture of that cherished grandparent, it makes all the difference in the world.” Hunt also started the Hilda

Fine Gerontology Scholarship in her grandmother’s name. This past year, the scholarship provided $1,000 each for two occupational therapy students seeking the gerontology certificate. “These students have used their coursework in the gerontology program to make changes in the settings they’ve partnered with for field work experience,” she said. “That’s what the gerontology program is about. It’s real-world outcomes.” 2

I tell my students, ‘Treat these older adults like they are someone’s cherished grandparent.’ ORIGINS

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COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

Donte Holloway ’14

I didn’t think I would be able to afford a college like Pacific until I was shown the amount of financial aid I could receive.

VISION 2020

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Strong Foundations Scholarships make education attainable for students

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riana Tiano-Mohr ’14 wouldn’t be at Pacific without scholarships.

“Since the economic downturn, everybody has been having a hard time. My dad was basically funding our household on his Social Security since my mom died in 1999,” said the Gold Beach, Ore., native. “The fact that I was able to get into Pacific on the scholarships I did was incredible. I wouldn’t have been able to come otherwise.” Tiano-Mohr originally was attracted to Pacific because of the welcome she received when visiting campus for the Pacesetters competition in her senior year of high school. She had learned about the school through materials mailed to her after she took the PSAT, and she came to Pacesetters to explore scholarship options. “The real deal-closer was that everybody I talked to was very, very open, very, very willing to talk and share their expertise. That’s not something I had encountered at any of the other places I had visited,” she said. “It fostered a good reputation that everyone there is really there to

help the students. That’s the end goal.” Still, even after a suite of scholarships and loans, it was going to be hard to make ends meet for 2011–12. “At the time, my family was in a bit of a panic,” she said, explaining that she still had about $10,000 of out-of-pocket expenses to pay. Then, she got an email notifying her she would receive a $4,500 Juan Young Trust Scholarship. “It came as a huge, wonderful surprise for me,” she said. “I got this email saying I’d been given this scholarship, and I spent the next 10 minutes going back and forth between screaming gibberish and crying. “It’s been a huge stroke of whatever you want to call it: luck, miracle, fate.” The Juan Young Trust Scholarship Program was established under the will of Juan Young, who started working at Kienow’s grocery stores in Portland as a freshman at Washington High School in 1924. By 1942, Young was appointed general manager of Kienow’s Food Stores, and in 1948, he was elected to the board of United Grocers, serving five times as

president of the group. His Holloway is majoring in trust program grants funding music education with a minor in to colleges and universities in Spanish. He hopes to someday Oregon to provide scholarships conduct orchestra or choral to students. First preference goes groups, teach classical guitar and to lineal descendants of former eventually become a professor of employees of Kienow’s, but the music theory. general student body is eligible. Those goals, though, wouldn’t The scholarship is for Oregon be possible without assistance, residents under 21 who are in such as the Juan Young Trust good academic standing. Though Scholarship. it’s not need-based, it often “I didn’t think I would be able provides much needed assistance to afford a college like Pacific to students like Tiano-Mohr or until I was shown the amount Donte Holloway ’14 (pictured of financial aid I could receive. left), who received the $4,500 This school does whatever it can scholarship in 2011–12 and to allow its students to achieve will receive a scholarship again their dreams,” Holloway said. in 2012–13. “Because of the Juan Young Holloway grew up in Trust, I am able to further my Roseburg, Ore., and found a education at Pacific University love of music early. He took up and pursue my musical goals.” 2 the alto saxophone and in high school added guitar and piano. His musical skills were almost ORGANIZATIONS like entirely self-taught, though, and the Juan Young Trust and he came to Pacific looking for a many other foundations chance to learn and perform in a and corporations also fund personalized setting. research and community outreach opportunities at “The music department Pacific University. that Pacific has cultivated is amazing. With two phenomenal a capella groups and numerous READ MORE instrumental groups, I couldn’t Organizations Back Research pass up the opportunity to at pacificu.edu/annualreport experience what they have to offer.”

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WE WILL ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND DISTINCTION BY INVESTING IN EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE.

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FUTURE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

The Business of Learning Trustees and friends rally to fund future College of Business HOWARD SMITH doesn’t mind an uphill course. An avid hiker, Smith remembers encountering an older man on a trail several years ago. The man, passing Smith, said he’d completed at least one major hike a week. Smith’s new goal was born. These days, Smith completes about three major hikes a week, squeezing them into early mornings before his drive to Pacific University’s Forest Grove campus—where he’s set his sights on a new goal. Smith is the founding dean of a future College of Business at Pacific, a title that is bound to come with challenges, not the least of which is the paradoxal nature of being dean of a college that doesn’t exist. His first task is completing a proposal for a new college and taking it through the University’s governance system, building buy-in from faculty and staff, fundraising to support the endeavor and beginning a long accreditation process. He’s been dean of the University of New Mexico’s Schools of Management and School of Public Administration, as well as dean and tenured professor of management in the Boise State University College of Business and Economics. In Boise, he also was vice president of university advancement, adding a significant fundraising element to his portfolio. Provost John Miller said Smith brings every qualification that

University leaders hoped to find— and more than they expected. “This guy covers all the bases,” Miller said. “It’s like destiny.” “We were fortunate to recruit him at this point in his life and in our planning,” said University President Lesley Hallick. “He really saw how exciting it could be to build a program, and he has the experience to pull it off.” The chance was a tempting one, Smith said, both because it fit his qualifications and because it’s so rare. “The opportunity to found a new college is few and far between these days,” he said. He’s starting by working closely with his colleagues at Pacific and shepherding the founding proposal through appropriate channels. But he’s also anxiously looking ahead to the possibilities: He foresees the opportunity for significant crossover for students between a College of Business and the College of Arts & Sciences, eventual new graduate and professional degrees and specialization for business students interested in the healthcare industry. “We’re not going to try to be everything to everybody. We’ll be selective and focus on specific niches and strive to be superior in those initiatives,” he said. “It’s all based on a fundamental foundation of a deeply rich liberal arts education base. On top of that, we will layer innovation and entrepreneurship.”

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ich Hanson grew up in Forest Grove and has always had close ties to Pacific University.

Though he earned his degree from the University of Oregon, the retired Weyerhaeuser chief operating officer has stayed involved with Pacific University. “I have a very strong affinity to Pacific because of growing up there and always having respect for that institution,” Hanson said. Today, Hanson is a member of the Pacific University Board of Trustees and is turning his love of Pacific into support for the University’s growth. He is among a group of trustees and friends known as the College of Business Champions, a cohort of leaders committed to helping create and raise financial support for a new College of Business at Pacific. “My feeling is, it’s the next big thing as far as growth potential,” Hanson said. Pacific University already draws some 13 percent of undergraduate students to its business administration programs within the College of Arts & Sciences, and many others take business courses outside their majors. “If we can build from that base, it serves as a new growth platform,” Hanson said, adding that such a program has the potential to draw more

international students and create strong ties to businesses throughout Washington County and Oregon. “We think this will be like health professions, in that it will be synergistic and enhance the efficiency of the University and provide a new growth platform.” The College of Health Professions was established in 2004, uniting programs such as occupational therapy, physical therapy and professional psychology. Since then, the College has moved to a new campus in Hillsboro and continues to grow, adding programs such as a doctorate of audiology in Fall 2012 and a master’s in athletic training, slated for Fall 2013. The longstanding success of Pacific in addressing healthcare education and the success in launching a new college dedicated to the field is encouragement for how a new College of Business would enhance the University, Hanson said. Added University President Lesley Hallick, a future College of Business could partner with both health professions fields and the College of Arts & Sciences with deep student crossover. Pacific hopes for

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“We based our assumptions on the fact that our initial investment would come from philanthropy.”

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OVER TIME, THE UNIVERSITY HAS GROWN INTO A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF UNDERGRADUATE

full accreditation of a potential Business College, which would mean undergraduate students

would still need a two-year liberal arts base. Conversely, business programs could enhance the skill set and professional opportunities for students in other fields. “Our students preparing for clinical professions may one day own and operate a clinic,” Hallick said. “Licensure doesn’t really prepare you to run a small business, so that’s an obvious specialty area for us.” The entire business of healthcare is a niche opportunity for Pacific, Hanson echoed. “We saw a good match where we could be unique, and that’s in the health sciences,” Hanson said. One key goal as the University moves forward in exploring the idea of a new College is that it enhance existing programs. Traditionally, it takes a few years for any new program to turn from investment to net gain, Hallick said. “We based our assumptions on the fact that our initial investment would come from

philanthropy. The generosity of our board is making that possible,” she said. “It’s remarkable the way this opportunity has galvanized the interest of our board. Once it became apparent that we were serious about this and ready to go, they’ve been extremely generous, in really an unsolicited manner,” Hallick said. The opportunity, Hanson said, is a win-win prospect. “We’re determined to raise the funds to establish the College and to be additive to Pacific University’s resources, not draw off any resources that are currently dedicated to the University,” Hanson said. “We think we have a real advantage in terms of being a liberal arts college with a broad-based education, but with business that will attract international students and provide a unique curriculum around the health sciences.”

AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES, EDUCATION, BUSINESS AND HEALTH.

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We think this will be like health professions, in that it will be synergistic and enhance the efficiency of the University and provide a new growth platform.

ORIGINS

LEARN MORE Support a future College of Business at pacificu.edu/giving

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CONSECUTIVE DONORS

60 Years of Giving Pacific University gave him a start–so he gives back

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verett Cook has been giving to Pacific for more than 60 years.

A former student, Cook didn’t actually graduate from Pacific. But that doesn’t stop him from crediting his time here for helping shape the man he would become. Cook grew up in Beaverton, an avid lover of science. Both his parents had college educations, and they encouraged their children to explore. “They felt that, whatever we wanted to do, so long as we didn’t destroy the house, we were able to do it,” Cook said. “I had my own laboratory at home. I think I had a better laboratory in chemistry than what the high school had.” He chose Pacific because the entrance exams at the time allowed him to skip some English courses and jump into the chemistry program. But once at school, he found himself easily distracted by extracurricular activities, particularly football. He recalls the day that Dr. Harold Schimke called him into his office and told him to choose: football or chemistry. “We weren’t winning very many games,” Cook joked. “I said, ‘Yes sir. I just gave up football.’” He was made the chemistry lab assistant and put in charge of teaching freshmen—and found a love for teaching that has continued all his life. Cook left Pacific to get married after his sophomore year, but he worked locally as an industrial chemist. He

went on to earn degrees in emergency management, public administration and, eventually, a doctorate in nuclear physics. He served five years in the Navy during the Korean War. He worked as a research chemical engineer for Tektronix, as a radiological engineer and nuclear educator in Washington County and as chief executive officer of a nuclear facility in Utah. Later, he served as a nuclear physicist for the state of Oregon

during the Trojan Nuclear Power Plant era. He also has taught courses around the country for the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Red Cross. He managed some 18,000 volunteers during the 1983 Salt Lake City floods. He’s been a member of about 17 different professional organizations, from the American Society of Chemistry to the American Spectral Graphic

Association, and served as local president of every one of them. He’s volunteered extensively, with the Lions Club and the American Legion and has earned commendations from two U.S. presidents for his extensive volunteer hours. Now retired, widowed and in his 80s, Cook continues volunteering, working with Boys State and tutoring children at local grade schools. “It just keeps me young,” Cook said. “I enjoy doing all

PACIFIC UNIVERSITY

I believe in education. I believe people deserve to go to college...

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Annual gifts to the Pacific Excellence Fund play a crucial role in helping students receive the support they need to earn a quality education. MORE THAN 92 PERCENT OF PACIFIC UNIVERSITY STUDENTS RECEIVE SOME FORM OF FINANCIAL AID. Your investment in the Pacific Excellence Fund allows us to provide additional aid to students to help them receive their education. In addition, student tuition only covers about 80 percent of the cost of a student’s education at Pacific. The Pacific Excellence Fund allows the University to bridge the gap, providing an excellent learning environment for students, and to address the institution’s most urgent needs, including financial aid, but also program enhancements, technology upgrades, facilities and faculty development. Thank you especially to our consecutive donors, like Everett Cook, who donate to the Pacific Excellence Fund year after year, and to you, for considering a gift to Pacific today. 2

LEARN MORE pacificu.edu/giving these things. I like to educate people. I talk about science, or chemistry in particular. I talk about Pacific University.” And, as he has annually for the past 61 years, he continues giving to Pacific University, the school that helped start it all. “I believe in education. I believe that education has to be earned,” he said. “And I believe people deserve to go to college if they’re capable.” 2

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DISTINGUISHED BY ITS INQUIRY-BASED CURRICULA AND INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION, PACIFIC OFFERS STUDENTS EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING, LEADERSHIP AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT.

ORIGINS

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PLANNED GIVING

Leaving a Legacy Amy Beaupre ’33 bequeaths investments to Pacific University

She always said she was just a farm girl. To see that her investments did so well just made her giggle.

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or Amy Beaupre, Pacific University was a second family, long after she graduated in 1933. She was an alumnus and a professor at Pacific. She remained a neighbor and faithful friend throughout her life. And, upon her death in January, Beaupre left a gift that will support her lifelong passion for the school and for music.

Born Amy Spelbrink, in Minnesota, Beaupre moved with her family to Forest Grove in 1922 in an early Model A, driving thousands of miles over unpaved roads and camping along the way. They made their home on a farm near Forest Grove, and she fondly recalled evenings in the parlor, playing music together. “Everyone made music,” she said, several years ago. Her brother played trumpet; her sister and father were on violins. Beaupre played the piano and, she said, “Everybody sang and sang and sang.” She attended Pacific University from 1929 to 1933, studying music and political science, and found herself in high demand as an accompanist at chapel and other

students’ music recitals. Following her graduation, she taught music for seven years at Pacific and continued her work as an accompanist, for everyone from local churches to the Portland Opera. During that time, she also married Herschel Beauprei’36, and together they enjoyed hobbies in horticulture, raising rhododendrons. He died in 1989, leaving her a small trust, with which she explored a new hobby: investing. “She had always wanted to invest in the stock market,” said Jan Stricklin, associate vice president for university advancement at Pacific and long-time friend of Beaupre. She did well.

She followed her investments voraciously, even after she turned management over to her accountant, and she always knew just how much money she had. When Stricklin visited, Beaupre would have stacks of Fortune magazines at her bedside and news on the TV. She’d ask about Pacific, then they would discuss politics and investing. “She always said she was just a farm girl,” Stricklin said. “To see that her investments did so well just made her giggle.” Through her life, Beaupre made several gifts to Pacific, including annuities and outright gifts, like one that bought the instruments and sheet music for the formation of the Pacific Philharmonic.

“She was very proud of that,” Stricklin said. Beaupre also long planned to use her investment success to support Pacific. When she died in January 2012—just four days shy of her 101st birthday— Beaupre left nearly $1.5 million to the University to endow a professorship in the music department and to support a student scholarship. “She was so proud of her success in investing and, more than that, she was proud it was going to Pacific,” Stricklin said. “She had true philanthropy at her heart, and she thought of Pacific as her family.” 2

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“She was so proud of her success in investing and, more than that, she was proud it was going to Pacific. She had true philanthropy at her heart, and she thought of Pacific as her family.” 2

THE CULTURE OF PACIFIC FOSTERS WARM AND SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIPS THAT ENABLE THE UNIVERSITY TO PROVIDE AN EXTRAORDINARY EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE.

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THERE ARE COUNTLESS WAYS TO SUPPORT PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, and planned giving is an option that allows friends to make meaningful contributions as part of their long-term financial planning. These planned gifts can make it possible to give in ways you never imagined, as a result of income, gift and estate tax savings, tax-free asset growth, professional asset management and other financial and estate planning benefits. If you have made a provision for Pacific, such as a bequest, trust or life insurance policy through your estate, let us know. We honor such individuals with membership in the Heart of Oak Society. As a member, you will receive a personal invitation to the President’s Dinner, as well as other special events. 2

LEARN MORE Explore Planned Giving at pacificu.edu/giving

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EXCELLENCE

Excellence is achieved by supporting the people who deliver and receive the University’s programs. 2

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$200,000

IN THOUSANDS

$160,000

$120,000

$80,000

$40,000

FY 07–08

Permanently Restricted

FY 08–09

Temporarily Restricted

FY 09–10

Unrestricted

FY 10–11

Total Liabilities

FY 11–12

Total Assets

2011–2012 The balance sheet provides a five-year overview of the University’s financial position through the most recent fiscal year, which ended June 30, 2012. Pacific’s total assets grew by almost 27 percent over the last five years. We continue to increase our assets as a result of private support, strong fiscal management and investment strategies.

BALANCE SHEET IN THOUSANDS

FY 07–08

FY 08–09

FY 09–10

FY 10–11

FY 11–12

$171,726

$166,374

$209,001

$218,975

$217,635

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$75,351

$75,098

$107,829

$107,714

$105,081

UNRESTRICTED

$46,266

$51,915

$58,065

$61,587

$65,116

TEMPORARILY RESTRICTED

$19,063

$10,412

$11,268

$14,972

$12,883

PERMANENTLY RESTRICTED

$31,046

$28,949

$31,839

$34,702

$34,555

TOTAL ASSETS

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2011–2012 As a comprehensive university with undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in the liberal arts and sciences, health professions, optometry and education, Pacific University is well positioned to build upon its strengths and grow in new areas. In 2012, Pacific launched several new undergraduate majors and minors in the College of Arts & Sciences, as well as new degrees and certificates in the College of Health Professions. Pacific’s College of Optometry continues to graduate some of the top eye doctors and researchers in the field and opened the world’s first 3D performance clinic in 2011. The College of Education is building new tracks of study to meet the changing needs of public schools and started a master’s program in speech-language pathology.

FULL-TIME ENROLLMENT UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT GRADUATE ENROLLMENT TOTAL

FY 07–08

FY 08–09

FY 09–10

FY 10–11

FY 11–12

$1,430

$1,452

$1,612

$1,592

$1,566

1,400

1,540

1,585

1,587

1,581

$2,830

$2,992

$3,197

$3,179

$3,147

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ENDOWMENTS, TRUSTS & SIMILAR FUNDS

$60,000,000

$50,000,000

2011–2012

$40,000,000

The endowment of the University is a critical commitment to the future. With the endowment, we are able to plan beyond the current year and provide funding for scholarships, professorships and programs every year. In this way, financial commitment is renewed annually.

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You can create a lasting legacy at Pacific University by generating an endowed fund or contributing to an existing endowed fund. You will feel a sense of personal reward, and your gift will inspire others in turn.

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It grows in two ways: through additional gifts to the fund and through successful investing.

Trusts and similar funds

FY 07–08

FY 08–09

FY 09–10

FY 10–11

FY 11–12

UNIVERSITY-HELD ENDOWMENT

$26,264,434

$25,419,658

$29,695,665

$35,323,591

$34,144,370

TRUSTS AND SIMILAR FUNDS

$28,109,755

$20,684,022

$22,209,997

$24,946,269

$23,104,307

TOTAL

$54,374,189

$46,103,680

$51,905,662

$60,269,860

$57,248,677

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PACIFIC UNIVERSITY WILL EMBRACE DISCOVERY AS AN ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTIC OF TEACHING, LEARNING, SCHOLARSHIP, PRACTICE AND CREATIVE EXPRESSION.

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Capital Gifts

Endowment Gifts

Restricted Gifts

Unrestricted Gifts

2011–2012 When you give to Pacific University, your gift goes to the area you designate. We know it is important to many of our supporters to direct their gifts to where their passions lie. When you choose to give an unrestricted gift, we are able to focus on the most urgent needs of the University. Either way, your gift supports the future of Pacific University.

GIVING BY DESIGNATION CAPITAL GIFTS ENDOWMENT GIFTS RESTRICTED GIFTS UNRESTRICTED GIFTS TOTAL VISION 2020

$564,433 $437,589 $1,355,022 $499,562 $2,856,606

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Alumni

Corporations

Foundations

Friends

Organizations

Parents

Students

Trustees

2011â&#x20AC;&#x201C;2012 We appreciate the diverse group of people who support Pacific University. That group includes current students and parents, alumni and friends, as well as individuals, corporations and foundations. Each gift is important, and we recognize that the motivation for giving is as diverse as the donors themselves. Thank you for your support of Pacific University.

GIVING BY CONSTITUENCY ALUMNI

$601,522

CORPORATIONS

$568,613

FOUNDATIONS

$810,646

FRIENDS

$350,643

ORGANIZATIONS

$69,813

PARENTS

$73,082

STUDENTS

$2,160

TRUSTEES

$380,125

TOTAL

$2,856,604

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SUSTAINABILITY

The highest quality programs are delivered in a manner that is sustainable, economically and environmentally. 2

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PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE The President’s Circle is the University’s premier lifetime gift club. Individuals, corporations and foundations whose cumulative gifts exceed $100,000 are acknowledged with lifetime membership. INDIVIDUALS Shirley ’52, ’53 & Arline‡ Abbott Henry Adix‡ Doris Zook Andrews ’30‡ James ’29‡ & Laura Baker‡ Herschel ’36‡ & Amy Spelbrink Beaupre ’33‡ James ’60 & Mary Fair Berglund ’58* Charles‡ & Eloise Connor Bishop‡ Anne Bricknell ’30‡ A.E. “Gene”‡ & Evona Harford Brim* Bernard ’49, ’50 & Selma Brown Helen Brunner ’41‡ Merle ’47 & Lois Bryan* Kenneth ’41 & Ellen Arnold Bump ’40* Maude Bunday‡ Doris Wells Burlingham‡ George & Ruth Burlingham* Louis ‡ & Lela Busch ‡ Kathrin Cawein‡ Timothy Choy ’64* Robert ’59‡ & Genevieve De Vleming Bruce‡ & Grace Denney‡ Dan & Sallie Dutton* Elise Elliott‡ William ’50, ’51‡ & Marjorie Gustelius Emhoff ’48* Gloria Menduni Evans ’44‡ Wendell ’60, ’61‡ and Derra Force‡ Cecilie Froehlich‡ Stephen & Kris Gregg Kenji ’72 & Lillian Kiyota Hamada ’70* Richard & Joy Hanson* Kenneth Hess ’52‡ Thomas ’58‡ & Gretchen Holce Detleff ’ 38‡ & Lila Jans‡ Jean Jenkins ‡ Patricia LaCaille John ’68 ‡ Wyllis Johnson ’41‡ Milton ’35‡ & Ruth Fritsch Johnston ‡ Monroe‡ & Frances Jubitz‡ John & Jane King* Frank Knight‡ Margaret Ruecker Knispel ’42‡ Marjorie Peterson Kunkel ’25‡ Janet Lellelid‡ Jack & Carolynn Loacker Robert ’69‡ & Mary Lohr‡ William & Cheron Messmer Mayhall ’64 Viola Paterson McCready ’31‡ Geneva McDonald ’28‡ Charles ’30‡ & Edith Hanson McGill ’30‡ Carol Boyd McGilvra ’88 Hugh McGilvra‡

ANNUAL REPORT

Paul McGilvra Jack‡ & Barbara McLarty Marjorie McVicker‡ Leon ’70‡ & Gail Taylor Meade ’70* Reginald Menegat ’26‡ Harold ’40‡ & Ann Munkres Meyer ’40, ’65‡ John ’49‡ & Lee Stowell Meyer‡ Jurgen‡ & Erica Meyer-Arendt Mr.‡ & Mrs. T. Kirk Miles Carl Mills‡ Benjamin ’29‡ & Henrietta Morlan‡ Lawrence ’40‡ & Deanne Nielsen Robert Oliver ’32‡ Paul ’78 & Nancy Knop Phillips ’77, ’82* Helen Propstra‡ Ralph ’49‡ & Helen Doppleb Raines ’48‡ Robert Ramp ’48, ’49‡ James Reynolds Fred Richards‡ Duane & Lorraine Roberts George Rossman‡ Timothy ’66 & Nancy Schauermann* Rolfe Selberg ’53, ’65 Larry Semler ’59 Ralph‡ & Elizabeth Eckart Shumm‡ John Spencer Raphael Spiro‡ William ’74 & Cathy‡ Stoller* Milan & Jean Stoyanov* Barbara Strain ’70 Douglas‡ & Cleo Strain‡ Dwight Taylor‡ Lucia Taylor‡ Hall Templeton‡ Thomas ’38‡ & Margaret Thompson Joseph Vandervelden ’37‡ & Joy Vandervelden Hammond‡ Charles Ward ’49‡ Benjamin & Elaine Whiteley* John‡ & Lois Whiteneck‡ Donna Young ’40‡ Glenn Zurcher‡ ORGANIZATIONS Alcon Laboratories, Inc.* Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry Bausch & Lomb, Inc. E.P. Binney Charitable Fund Louis P. and Lela E. Busch Foundation Ben B. Cheney Foundation CIBA Vision Care The Collins Foundation

DCI International Express Employment Professionals Fuji Optical Co., Ltd. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Hanson Family Charitable Fund of Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Hoya Optical Intel Foundation* Japan Foundation Juan Young Trust* Kaiser Foundation Health Plan The Konosuke Matsushita Memorial Foundation Meyer Memorial Trust Microsoft Corporation* James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust* Montgomery Street Foundation O.L. Moore Foundation Northwest Health Foundation Northwest Lions Foundation for Sight & Hearing OOGP, Inc. Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges & Universities* Oregon Sports Trust, Inc. Panasonic Corporation Panasonic Corporation of North America Polymer Technology Research Corporation Rite Aid Corporation Rotary Club of Forest Grove* The Hubert & Ludmila Schlesinger Foundation Stimson Lumber Company Stoller Family Foundation* The Oregon Community Foundation* The Ralph & Bunny Schlesinger Foundation The Standard* Tuality Healthcare United Church of Christ— Local Church Ministries* US Bancorp* Vistakon Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc.* VSP Global* Judith Scott Walter Trust Wells Fargo* Wheeler Foundation Willamette Dental Group Willamette Industries, Inc.

* Five years consecutive giving ‡ Deceased

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EVERGREEN SOCIETY The Evergreen Society recognizes those whose lifetime giving to the University is $50,000–$99,999. INDIVIDUALS Neta Wirak Barr ’28‡ Ruth Bishop ’68 Kay Bishop Melva Brown‡ Lund Chin ’65, ’66 Leona Coon‡ James Dundas ’49, ’50‡ Gladolia Durig‡ Irene Darnell Hansen ’59‡ Margaret Morgan Hawkins ’21‡ Claridge ’40‡ & Jean Himes Karen Jaggar ’83 Samuel Jaggar Jr.‡ Samuel Jaggar Sr.‡ G. Orlo Jefferson‡ Elizabeth Johnson‡ Eugene‡ & Alyce LaMont‡ Loren Leach ’61‡ Roy ’40‡ & Barbara Wales Lieuallen ’39‡ William K.H. & Jean Mau Kenneth McGill* James & Mildred Miller‡* James ’46‡ & Elisabeth Cushman Nichols ’42‡

Anne Wagner Price ’40* Richard Reath ’38‡ Ray Replogle‡ Donald Sanders ’42‡ Paul H. Schramel‡ Paul Schwejda & Judith McDonald Robert Skippen ’52, ’54‡ Judson ’62 & Sherry Hicks Smith ’64 Barbara Sowers‡ Loran‡ & Dorothy Stewart‡ Steven Stewart ’69* C. Wayne ’50, ’60 & Jean Brodersen Tate ’52* Terrance Toda‡ Louis & Camille Wainwright Larry Williams Samuel ’49, ’50‡ & Helen Wilson Doris Madsen Winters ’29‡ Loren & Judith Wyss

Ford Foundation Gray & Company IBM Corporation Matching Grants Program* Samuel S. Johnson Foundation Kikuchi College of Optometry National Society of New England Women* Newsradio 750 KXL Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute Portland General Electric Tektronix Foundation* Times Litho, Inc. Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust Verizon Communications Wessinger Foundation Windsor Foundation The Wyss Foundation

ORGANIZATIONS American Optometric Association Cancer Federation, Inc. Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc. EF Nursery

CHARLES TROMBLEY SOCIETY DIAMOND Charles Trombley graduated from Pacific University in 1954, then spent a 30-year career at the University. He demonstrated unwavering commitment to students and to the mission of Pacific. The Charles Trombley Society Diamond level honors those who gave $5,000 or more between July 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012. INDIVIDUALS Vern & Marilyn Bailey Willard ’51, ’52, ’54 & Karen Bleything Charles Brennan & Mary Chatelle Evona Harford Brim* George & Ruth Burlingham* Candace Carr Robin Chalmers Timothy Choy ’64* Michael Cleary James & Victoria Currie Dan & Sallie Dutton* Wendell ’60, ’61‡ and Derra Force‡ Mark & Katherine Frandsen* James Gillam ’66‡ Gerald ’53, ’54 & Marian Groff Lesley M. Hallick Kenji ’72 & Lillian Kiyota Hamada ’70* Richard & Joy Hanson*

Lawrence “Tige” & Peggy Harris* Marvelyn Davison Hess ’64 Robert ’64 & Sunny McGowan Iboshi ’67 Jack Keeler ’38‡ Miklos & Natalia Kohary Derek ’92 & Bettina Cooper Lasko ’95* Kenneth & Colleen Lewis* Gail Taylor Meade ’70* Lyman & Marilyn Makii Morikawa ’70* Scott ’79, ’83 & Cynthia Wacker Nehring ’78* William D. Nelson ’50‡ Marthanne Norgren* N. Charles O’Connor* Nelson Olf Steve & Jan Oliva Paul ’78 & Nancy Knop Phillips ’77, ’82* Gregory ’97 & Kelly Reed Prusynski ’83 John Roberts ’63* Eugene Skourtes

Jennifer Smythe ’90, ’93, ’00 & Roy Chrisop Eric Sprunk William ’74 & Cathy‡ Stoller* Carley Straughan ’49, ’50‡* Jean Swartz Margaret Thompson Douglas ’72, ’74 & Eileen Weberling* Benjamin & Elaine Whiteley* James & Brenda Hall Wilkinson ’60 David ’83 & Sara Wolf* Gerald ’73 & Bonnie Yoshida ORGANIZATIONS Alcon Laboratories, Inc.* Allergan Pharmaceutical* AmerisourceBergen Bi-Mart Corporation* Cascade Ben B. Cheney Foundation

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CHARLES TROMBLEY SOCIETY DIAMOND CIBA Vision Care CooperVision, Inc.* CVS Caremark Duck Pond Cellars Essilor of America, Inc.* Forest Dental Products, Inc. Fuji Optical Co., Ltd. Hanson Family Charitable Fund of Vanguard Charitable* Healthy Smiles Dental Group Hi-School Pharmacy Hoya Vision Care

Intel Corporation Juan Young Trust* Lasko Printing, Inc. Lease Crutcher Lewis* L.G.Philips LCD Headquarters Luxottica Retail Macular Degeneration Foundation Microsoft Corporation* M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust* NACDS Foundation New Hope Foundation OOGP, Inc.

Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges & Universities* The Oregon Community Foundation* Port Hadlock Vision Clinic Professional Society of Pharmacists Rite Aid Corporation* Eugene C. Skourtes Foundation Stoller Family Foundation* Vistakon Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc.* VSP Global* Walgreens*

PACIFIC UNIVERSITY INSPIRES STUDENTS TO THINK, CARE, CREATE AND PURSUE JUSTICE IN OUR WORLD.

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CHARLES TROMBLEY SOCIETY PLATINUM The Charles Trombley Society Platinum level recognizes those who gave $2,500–$4,999 between July 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012.

INDIVIDUALS Mark & Rebecca Ankeny* Julie Berglund Baker & Doug Baker Robert & Judith Lowe Baldwin Ann Barr-Gillespie & Peter Gillespie Robert ’66 & Elisabeth Barrett James ’60 & Mary Fair Berglund ’58* George Brown & Barbara Young Merle ’47 & Lois Bryan* Melinda Cottrell Cameron ’65 & William Berg* Barbara Potts Carlin ’33‡ Family of Barbara Carlin Manuel & Rosa Castaneda Patrick ’93 & Mariko Clark Steven & Randalyn Clark Brian & Denise Doherty* Steven ’85 & Kathleen Dragovich Wayne & Rebecca Graham W. Thomas Griffith* Gary & Lisa Carey Hargis ’76 Michael Henningsen* Glenn & Janine Jacobs Gerald ’59 & Suzanne Richards Kalapus ’60 Don Kania & Renee Dubois John & Jane King* Kim & Barbara Ledbetter* Lyndsay Lowe

Matthew & Rochelle Moses Lowe ’91, ’95 Kenneth McGill* Thomas Meakin ’62* Richard & Susan Miles Andrew Miller Alice Streitwieser Morgan ’57* Gary ’74 & Gwen Pacarro David ’55 & Susan Parry* Cameron Perry ’65 & Mary Kay Schwab-Perry Joseph & Bobbie Rodriguez* Timothy ’66 & Nancy Schauermann* Eric & Dianne Schooler Bradley Smith ’87 & Katie Hart Judson ’62 & Sherry Hicks Smith ’64 Justin & Jolie Steers Susan & Daniel Stein Steven Stewart ’69* Milan & Jean Stoyanov* Jan Stricklin* Rodney & Judith Taylor* Sheila Manus Vortman ’67 & Marlin Vortman* Ann Williams Lorne Yudcovitch ’96, ’97 & Rosiland Hursh ’98 Eugene & Launa Zurbrugg

ORGANIZATIONS Avedis Zildjian Co. Best Western University Inn & Suites BP America, Inc.* Ethicon, Inc. Forest Grove Lions Club* The Frederick D. and Gail Y. Jubitz Foundation King Charitable Foundation* KPMG Foundation McMenamins Grand Lodge National Society of New England Women* Oregon Optometric Physicians Association Paragon Vision Sciences, Inc. Planar Systems PLI Systems, Inc. Professional Eye Care Associates of America Rotary Club of Forest Grove* SpringHill Suites by Marriott Strohauer Family Trust Supervalu Foundation Tuality Healthcare* UBS Financial Services, Inc. United Church of Christ—Local Church Ministries* Washington County Dental Society*

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CHARLES TROMBLEY SOCIETY GOLD The Charles Trombley Society Gold level recognizes those who gave $1,000–$2,499 between July 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012.

INDIVIDUALS Michael & Cynthia Abendhoff Jerry ’56 & Stephany Morris Anderson ’62* Kasumi Aoki ’97 Myra Schimke Beeler ’62* Tom & Jennifer BeLusko Gwyneth Chang Bertomen ’65 Bruce ’68 & Judith Engdahl Bishop ’68 David Boersema* Thomas Brand* Charles & Donna Pabst Broder ’69 Mike & Shirley Buckley Kenneth ’41 & Ellen Arnold Bump ’40* Michael Calvert ’66 Neil ’61 & Elizabeth Cawood Judy Close ’67 W. Mitchell & Marsha Cogdill Bebette Coleman Randall ’66, ’67 & Joanne Corey Robert & Susan Coussens Phillip & Leigh Creighton* Jeanne-Sarah de Larquier & Emily Shults Robert ’61 & Karen Dernedde* Michael ’74, ’75 & Mary Dieter* June & Robert Dressler* Stephen ’73 & Cynthia Schlueter Dustrude ’74* Roger ’68 & Donna Rego Ede ’67 Robert & Nell Epler* Daniel ’76 & Janice Espinosa Arlene Evans* George & Donna Evans* Donna Florio ’67, ’82 & J.D. Hoye John & Margaret Forsyth Gerald ’61 & Laura James Frye ’65 Joyce & Timothy Gabriel* Brian ’81 & Cheryl Kunimune Gesik ’81* John Hayes & Vanessa Gray ’12* Scott Hein ’03 Irene Holland ’71, ’77 Timothy & Christine Holte George Horner ’44* Michael ’77 & June Hudson* Adam Hunt Linda & David Hunt Gary & Mary Hunter Yoshihiro Igarashi ’94 Brian & Laura Jackson Daniel ’65 & Saifon Jacobowitz Tracey James John ’60, ’65 & Emily Jensen Jeff & Brooke Jetton David & Anne Thompson Johnson ’53*

Robert ’49 & Dori Jones* Glenn ’65 & Miriam Olson Kelly* Dennis & Joyce Shin Kim ’81 Eva‡ & Rick Krebs* Robby Krieger Theodore & Marianne Krupicka* Marita Kunkel* Jack & Marjorie Putman Lanthier ’60* Norman Larabee ’56* Myron Le Vine ’53, ’54 Janice Levi ’92 Kerry Lohr ’71 Kermit & Marla Lohr-Flanders Teresa Maloney* Mitsunobu ’71 & Hatsuho Maruyama* Monica Wolf Marvin ’68* Allyson May ’85 Jessie Lockhart McCandlish ’67* Cassie McVeety & Allan Warman Marc & Madonna Messina Steven ’99 & Shannon Meyer John & Linda Miller* Paul ’88, ’90 & Mindy Min Larry & Lisa Moen David & Susan Nelson* Kathryn Nielsen ’78 Kathryn O’Driscoll ’86* Paul ’61 & Phyllis O’Driscoll* Patricia O’Neill ’84 Amy Pedersen ’08, ’11 Henry Peek* Edwin & Danita Peterman* Clark ’65, ’70 & Aurora Salvador Peters ’65* Eiko Politz James Presnell ’88 Anne Wagner Price ’40* Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Rex ’66 & Kristy Reed Dan & Lee Ann Remington ’83, ’84, ’93 John ’70 & Judith Dunn Reslock ’68 Lisa Rowley Michael Rushfeldt ’95* Dorothy Schimke ’64 & Cliff Jarrard* Shinji ’77, ’79 & Yasuyo Seki Richard ’60 & Jennifer Picard Septon Jan & Jewel Shield* Howard & Valerie Smith Margaret Sobaje ’75 Melissa Sommers ’78* Tammy Spencer & Richard O’Connor Everett Stanley ’52 & Rex Chase Michael & Gerianne Steele

Byron & Dianne Steiger ’79* Richard & Doreen Stenson* Mimi Gonigam Stevens ’61 H. Joe Story Tsuyoshi Taniguchi Margaret Taylor James Thayer John Thayer Mike & Kristy Thayer* Tommy & Amber Thayer Tim ’74 & Cathy Tran ’74* Sig Unander Jr. ’87 Ronald ’66 & Debra Schranz Van Roekel ’60 Thomas VanHoon Baokhanh Vu ’04 Loren & Dottie Waltz* Gary Weitzner ’76 & Cathy Wells ’76* Mardi Wilburn & John Hine Christopher Wilkes & Cheleen Mahar* Chuen ’56 & Rosanna Wong Ann Woods ’08 Aki & Frances Iida Yano ’65 Steven & Kristine Zika ORGANIZATIONS American Optometric Foundation* Aramark Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry Ball Janik, LLP Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc. Carl Zeiss Vision, Inc.* CMS Charitable Fund D’Addario & Co. DW Drums Eye Care Clinic Great Western Council of Optometry Henningsen Cold Storage* inici Group, Inc. INLINE Commercial Construction, Inc. Lake Oswego Vision Clinic Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund Martin Hospitality Maui Jo Coffee Co. McKenzie Crossing Physical Therapy* Modern’Eyez, Inc. Morgan-Worcester, Inc. NASA Vision Center* Night Ranger Northwest Compounders Oregon Society of Healthcare Executives Pacific Landscape Management, Inc.

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CHARLES TROMBLEY SOCIETY GOLD Pacific Northwest Conference of the UCC* Providence Health & Services Proximo Spirits, Inc. Puremist Corporation Shopko SpecialEyes, LLC Spectrum Ophthalmics

State Farm Insurance Forest Grove Target Corporation The Standard Employee Giving Campaign Therapeutic Associates—Forest Grove Physical Therapy Topcon Medical Systems, Inc.

US Bank of Oregon Valley Contax WalMart Stores, Inc. Widmer Brothers Brewing WSC Insurance* YouthBridge Community Foundation

SIDNEY HARPER MARSH SOCIETY Sidney Harper Marsh was Pacific’s first president and spent much of his 25-year tenure diligently fundraising for the University and its mission. The Sidney Harper Marsh Society recognizes all donors who gave up to $999 between July 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012. Printed are those who gave $500 to $999. All donors are recognized at pacificu.edu/annualreport. INDIVIDUALS Edmond Alkaslassy & Pamela Lopez Debra Allen ’09 Timothy ’86 & Mary Allen* Mike & Colleen Bellotti William ’58 & Carolyne Nesbit Braun ’60 James ’89 & Wendy Brazeau Ruel ’99 & Renee Beninger Brumitt Ross Bryan W. Earl ’74, ’76 & Dianne Buchanan* Michael & Jane Burch-Pesses* Richard Burk ’88 & Heather Hansen-Burk ’88* Martha Calus-McLain ’03 & Kyle McLain ’10* Scott Child ’97 & Kelley Denney* Gregory Chin ’93, ’96 Erik ’83, ’86 & Pamela Paguia Christianson ’85* Malcolm ’78 & Carrie Chun Terrence ’78 & Rosemarie Clark* Don ’70 & Cathleen Clay* Bradley ’79, ’81 & Mirth Coffey Mervin Cooper ’58‡ Michelle & Craig Cowing* Anthony Cox ’74 & Ann Schmiedeke-Cox Weston Davis ’12 David DeMoss & Geoffrey Wren Russell & Ann Furukawa Dondero ’81* Herbert ’60 & Carol Bowser Drew ’60* Kelly & Jonah Elliott* Brian Fox & Cheryl Bennett Fox* Lorely French & James Draznin* Robert ’75, ’76 & Sharon Gander* Timothy & Tina Gauthier Michael & Karen Main Girard Ernie & Janice Paley Graham ’74 David ’62 & Ginger Hackett*

Terri Hamamoto ’10 Ralph ’67, ’68 & Barbara Wilson Handly ’67, ’68 Stephen ’62 & Annabelle Jones Hanson ’63 George Harshbarger Daniel ’77 & Martha Hatt John & Sherry Hayes Lawrence ’58, ’59 & Joan Hedgren Mark Helgeson ’88 & Dori Carlson-Helgeson ’89* Bruce & Donna Hepler Brian & Sally Hess* Bill Hilson & Penny Lucchini-Hilson* Sara Hopkins-Powell & Russell Otte* Fraser Horn ’00, ’04 & Nicole Kopacz-Horn ’01, ’07 Barney ’63 & Joanne Morrow Howard ’63 Glenna Hughes ’11 Joan Hugill Larry ’66 & Marilyn Hunn Anthony & Margaret Jackson Stanton Jackson Raynard & Charlotte Carr Kanemori ’69 Louise Karr ’65* Yvonne Katz* Victoria Keetay Cynthia Kettel John Kikuchi ’97, ’01* Eric ’66, ’67 & Patricia Knutson* Leil Koch ’79 James & Kathleen Kotchik Steven Krein ’83, ’86 & Shelley Lindberg-Krein ’88 J. Joseph Lang Gloriene Lesmeister ’61* Jim & Kay Linkous John ’70 & Virginia Cary Long ’69, ’73* Kristine & Matthew Marcus*

Jay Maxwell Kim & William McAuliffe Michael ’80 & Celine McEwan* Doc & Wendy McGhee Todd ’95 & Jill Metzger Shaun Micheel Catherine Moonshine Steven Mosier Jason Nakagawa ’91 Scott ’87 & Stephanie Murai Nishimura ’88 Christie Norbury ’10* James Ogden ’72, ’73 Glenn & Gail Okada* Jeanne & Fred Oliver Mickey & Phyllis Palmer* Matthew ’87 & Deborah Perry* Charles Petersen ’60* Donna & John Phillips Sarah Phillips & David Friedman William & Carolyn Pritchard* Jack ’63 & Linda Reeves William Reichman ’96, ’98 David Reiter Glen ’38 & Eloise Rice Brady ’02 & Molly Richmond Christopher & Dorinda Diener Rife ’82 G. Truxton ’39 & June Ringe* John Ritchie Janet Roberts Rod Rodolico ’65 Richard Rutt* Takuya Sassa ’01 Koichi Sato ’99 Scott & Elizabeth Willis Schauermann* Karl & Jennifer Bell Schulz Kenneth & Linda Schumann* Bryce & Christina Seidl

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SIDNEY HARPER MARSH SOCIETY Lorenzo Silva Adam Simon ’97 Shelley & Bruce Smolnisky Tania Sobchuk ’03 JoAnne Somers ’70 Barbara Strain ’70 Gayle ’66 & Lois Strickler* Keisuke Takahashi ’03 Dennis & Rie Tamakawa Tomohiro Taniguchi ’02 Patrick Thayer Jay & Jerilee Thomas* Roger ’67 & Marlene Thompson Alan & Joyce Tomita Satomi Torii ’10 Mike & Linda Twiss Marilyn Walter-White Amy Waltz* Kevin Waschuk Keith Western John White & Bonnie Wyckoff ’05* Gary ’57 & Eleanor Williams* Norma Nelson Williams ’61*

Timothy ’89 & Andrea VonTom Williams ’89 Robert ’58, ’59 & Marguretta Yaeger Herbert Yasukochi Cherie Yokota Gregory ’82, ’83 & Yoriko Young Fredric & Connie Zook ORGANIZATIONS American Association of University Women* American International Group, Inc. Boeing Matching Gift Program Louis P. and Lela E. Busch Foundation Chicago Title Insurance Company David Hill Vineyard & Winery Dutch It, Inc. Early Bird International, Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Forest Grove Junior Baseball Association Frye’s Action Athletics Grace Expressions, Inc. G. Hartzell & Son Gary P. Hunter DO, Orthopedic Surgery IBM Corporation Matching Grants Program*

Intel Foundation Matching Gift Program* Krames StayWell, LLC Kropf and Snodgrass Ltd. Lake Havasu Family Eyecare Bob McEwan Construction, Inc.* Nike, Inc. Office Depot Oregon State Handball Association Oregon Translational Research and Drug Development Institute Pacific Pizza Company dba Godfathers Pizza PGE Employee Giving Campaign Pirates Brands Prime Time Sports Bar Remilon, LLC Silicon Valley Community Foundation* Sittner & Nelson, LLC Sports Medicine Oregon Totem Steel International, Inc. United States Handball Association United Way of King County United Way of the Columbia-Willamette

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HEART OF OAK The Heart of Oak Society honors those individuals who have made long-term commitments to Pacific University by naming the University in their wills, arranging life income gifts (charitable trusts, gift annuities, etc.) or making gifts of life insurance or other estate assets. At their request, some members are not listed here. Shirley Abbott ’52, ’53 Gerry Wren Allyn ’52 Paul ’50 & Sarah Anderson William ’51 & Honey Baldwin Robert ’53 & Jean Baltes Thomas Barry ’51 Patrick & Tabitha Hazelett Becker ’84 Arthur & Elizabeth Clark Benton ’65* Ruth Bishop ’68 David & Robyn Buzzetti Bogden ’81 Evona Harford Brim* Bernard ’49, ’50 & Selma Brown

Dan & Kathy Bump Kenneth ’41 & Ellen Arnold Bump ’40* George & Ruth Burlingham* Ellen Burton-Hallock ’45 Richard & Pamela Loring-Johnson Cariker ’63 Waltraud Pembaur Cate ’47 Timothy Choy ’64* LeRoy & Doris Christensen Elizabeth Clark ’81 Benjamin Colby ’97 Corie Coleman* Bernard ’51 & Margaret Gaston Cooper ’51

Phillip & Leigh Creighton* Catherine Crooker & Griff O’Brien Lance & Marcia Englund Cypert ’72 Sue Morgan Dawson ’59 Anthony ’49 & Maureen DeVito Hildegard Brodersen Fahrenbach ’80 Judith Wright Favor ’61 Charlotte Filer Peter Ford ’45 Lorely French & James Draznin* Gerald ’53, ’54 & Marian Groff Joe ’79 & Mary Gross

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HEART OF OAK David ’62 & Ginger Hackett* Kenji ’72 & Lillian Kiyota Hamada ’70* Eugene ’49, ’50 & Jimmie Grace Harris Karsten Hazelett ’75 & Josephine Pegrum-Hazelett ’75* Rodney ’60, ’61 & Suzan Heater Jean Himes Gretchen Holce Robert ’50 & Billie Holcomb Irene Holland ’71, ’77 Ronald ’51 & Joyce Honeyman David ’72 & Melanie McVey Johnston ’91 Richard ’53 & Lois Williams Johnston ’52, ’80 Robert ’49 & Dori Jones* Brenda Johnson Kameenui ’70* Edward Kameenui ’70 Alan & Jane Stein Kershaw ’61 Gerald ’81, ’83, ’85 & Zona Komarnicky Ansel Krutsinger Jay Lee Leonard & Nira Levine Douglas Longhurst ’89 & Linda Netherton Ronald Malloney ’60 William & Cheron Messmer Mayhall ’64 Kenneth McGill* Bruce McInnes Gene ’60 & Linda McIntyre

Erica Meyer-Arendt Mrs. T. Kirk Miles Thomas Mitchell ’99 James ’52 & Antonia Nelson William ’51, ’52, ’53 & Louise Leding Nelson ’51* Roberta Nickels ’70 Deanne Nielsen John Olsen ’67, ’68 Timothy & Sheila O’Malley Maxine Pollock Irene Price* Jack ’52, ’53 & Laverna Reid Nan Reppeto John & Marilyn Ritchie Aaron ’96 & Shelly Ellison Ross ’96* Michael Rushfeldt ’95* R. Richard ’77, ’79 & Marcia Pogue Ryan ’79 Timothy ’66 & Nancy Schauermann* Ruth Scheller William & Hazel Sefler Rolfe Selberg ’53, ’65 Mary Wolken Sizer ’52, ’77 Thomas & Della Sloan Myron ’60 & Jann Chapman Smith ’60 Karen Phillips Soderberg ’72, ’82 Janice Spencer ’70

Richard ’54 & Mary Lou Spencer Michael & Gerianne Steele Byron & Dianne Steiger ’79* Steven Stewart ’69* Jay ’53 & Leona Blackmun Stovall ’51 Barbara Strain ’70 Gayle ’66 & Lois Strickler* Douglas Stuart ’51, ’52 William Studdiford ’49 Jean Swartz C. Wayne ’50, ’60 & Jean Brodersen Tate ’52* Dean Taylor Margaret Taylor Margaret Thompson Donald ’51 & Louise Barnett Todd ’50 Robert & Bobbie Skerry Tomkinson ’52 Dennis ’80 & Rita Vannatta Louis & Camille Wainwright Loren & Dottie Waltz* James Weber ’70, ’75 & Sally Ringholm ’78 Benjamin & Elaine Whiteley* James & Brenda Hall Wilkinson ’60 Norma Nelson Williams ’61* Charles ’70 & Nancy Berggren Young ’70 Norma Nelson Williams ’61*

GIFTS IN HONOR Throughout the year, Pacific receives many gifts from donors wishing to commemorate a friend or loved one. Honorary gifts ensure that generations to come will have the opportunity to succeed at Pacific. The following honorary gifts were made between July 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012. Gifts received in honor of Mark D. Bailey Vern & Marilyn Bailey Gifts received in honor of Daiva Banaitis Mary Farrell Joana Freedman ’83 Richard Rutt* Jan Stricklin* Strohauer Family Trust Gifts received in honor of Lianna Barnes ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Timothy Brass ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Jordan Carter ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya

Gifts received in honor of Timothy Choy ’64 Jerry & Colette Coleman* Len Fukushima Craig & Deborah Hirasaki Robert & Johanna Rawson* Bank of America Matching Gift Program Gifts received in honor of Phillip & Leigh Creighton Kristine & Kenneth Bilderback* Sheila Manus Vortman ’67 & Marlin Vortman* Gifts received in honor of James Currie, Jr. Daniel ’76 & Janice Espinosa John Hayes & Vanessa Gray ’12* Kathryn Nielsen ’78 Boeing Matching Gift Program Gifts received in honor of Susan Derose ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya

Gifts received in honor of Russell Dondero Patrick ’93 & Mariko Clark Ann Furukawa Dondero ’81* Paul ’78 & Nancy Knop Phillips ’77, ’82* Gifts received in honor of Jennifer Eaves-Velez ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of George Gage Jeanne & Fred Oliver Gifts received in honor of Janet Styffe Harriett ’00 Remilon, LLC Gifts received in honor of John Hayes Edmond Alkaslassy & Pamela Lopez Mark & Rebecca Ankeny* Leah & William Bagley Helen Bair

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Ann Barr-Gillespie & Peter Gillespie Vernon Bates & Patricia Foy* Thomas Beck David Boersema* Juliet Brosing & Keith Lecomte Lorelle Browning & Marvin Simmons Michael & Jane Burch-Pesses* Julie Burris James Butler Jennifer Camp Jeane & Eric Canon David Cordes & Suzanne Craiglow Michelle & Craig Cowing* Phillip & Leigh Creighton* Jeanne-Sarah de Larquier & Emily Shults David DeMoss & Geoffrey Wren Huijian Dong Karen Dunston Lorely French & James Draznin* Joyce & Timothy Gabriel* Michael Geraci ’91 Jamie Haag & Darlene Pagan Lesley Hallick Jennifer Hardacker Ellen Hastay* Bruce & Donna Hepler Elizabeth Horn Junko Iijima Ramona Ilea Heide Island Richard Jobs & Kimberly Brodkin Kevin Johnson Dane Joseph & Morgan Crabtree Pamela & Harvey Kofstad* Eva‡ & Rick Krebs* Lawrence Lipin & Sylvie Horne* Allie & Joel Losli* Ellen Margolis & R. Ryan Reed Monica Wolf Marvin ’68* John & Linda Miller* James Moore* N. Charles O’Connor* Brian ’89 & Michelle Elliott O’Driscoll* Debbie & Michael Pariera Susan & Dale Pedersen Sarah Phillips & David Friedman Jann Purdy* Adam Rafalovich Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Jessica Ritter Philip & Lisa Ruder* David Scholnick Kenneth & Linda Schumann* Donald Schweitzer & Marni Doerfler Jeffrey & Maria Seward Jan & Jewel Shield*

Steven Smith & Martha Rampton* Tammy Spencer & Richard O’Connor Byron & Dianne Steiger ’79* Windy ’12 & Peter Stein Stephanie & David Stokamer Timothy Thompson Lily Tsang Enie Vaisburd Robert Van Dyk & Nancy Christoph Christopher Wilkes & Cheleen Mahar* Gifts received in honor of Michel Hersen Donald & Marie Fromme B.J. Scott ’03, ’06 Daniel Segal Gifts received in honor of Anh Ho ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Sara Hopkins-Powell Lesley Hallick John Hayes & Vanessa Gray ’12* Marita Kunkel* John & Linda Miller* Kenneth & Linda Schumann* Sadie & Jeremy Williams Gifts received in honor of Brittney Johnson ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Glenn Kato ’83 Fukuo & Mary Kato* Gifts received in honor of Scott Kawamura ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Jessica Kersey ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Dakota Kramer ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of David Maile ’10 Sergio Hickey ’07 Gifts received in honor of Rick and Beverly Malone Brady ’02 & Molly Richmond Gifts received in honor of Ernesto Mayz ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Jordan Mittelsdorf ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Quinten Moore ’14 George & Elizabeth Sawyer Gifts received in honor of Roberta “Bobbi” Nickels ’70 Maria de Jesus Aguilar

Raquel Avalos Alicia Bermejo Willard ’51, ’52, ’54 & Karen Bleything Russell & Ann Furukawa Dondero ’81* Aurelia Echeverria Hilda Echeverria Maria Echeverria Maria Escutia Andrade Daniel Fortmiller Marion Albro Gustafson* Mitchell ’82, ’84 & Laura Harstad John Hayes & Vanessa Gray ’12* Bruce & Donna Hepler Carmelo Hernandez Hien Tran & Rosie Hoang ’08 John ’62 & Lucille Horner Hoffman ’62* Leigh & Dorothy Hunt Pedro Jacinto Maria Juarez Lopez Maria Lara Teresa Lara Melchor Leon-Vidals Sandra Marroquin Douglas ’93 & Gladys Martin* Gary & Nancy Weber Martin ’70 Lucia Martinez Rosa Mejia Gaona Kathryn O’Driscoll ’86* Juli & Terry Peters Maria Pineda Luis Ramirez Dominguez John ’90 & Michele Rietz Graciela Rodales Lidia Rodriguez Veronica Rosales-Leon Jaime Sanchez-Gutierrez Pilar Sayago Betty & Leonard Schmidlin* Ralph & Susan Schubothe* James & Teru Shaw Tim ’74 & Cathy Tran ’74* American International Group, Inc. Microsoft Matching Gifts Program* Remilon, LLC The Standard Employee Giving Campaign Gifts received in honor of Ashlun Oberst ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of N. Charles “Chuck” O’Connor Lorely French & James Draznin* Richard Jobs & Kimberly Brodkin Victoria Horton ’97* Gifts received in honor of James Ogden ’72, ’73 Michael ’71, ’73 and Cindy Garton Linda Knowles Marguerite Ogden

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GIFTS IN HONOR Craig ’73 & Mary Lou Semler Chuen ’56 & Rosanna Wong Eye Care Clinic Gifts received in honor of Joseph O’Neill ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Chi Phan ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Nate Rasmussen ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Kelly Schulstad ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Kevin Schwartz ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya

Gifts received in honor of Jennifer Smythe ’90, ’93, ’00 & Roy Chrisop Irene & Melqui Arroyo Karl Citek & Patricia Logan Linda Fields Lance ’82 & Martina Fredericks ’83* Launa Kind Beth Kinoshita Melodye Mac Alpine William Perkins Sarah & Arden Thomas* Lorne Yudcovitch ’96, ’97 & Rosiland Hursh ’98 Gifts received in honor of Susan Stein Susan & Daniel Stein Gifts received in honor of Travis Stine ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya

Gifts received in honor of H. Joe Story Paul ’78 & Nancy Knop Phillips ’77, ’82* Gifts received in honor of Wilberta “Willie” Teeter Martha Teeter McGuirk ’69 Gifts received in honor of Alex Toth Julie & Gary Christerson Gifts received in honor of Lien Tran ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Gifts received in honor of Scott Tuomi Cameron Perry ’65 & Mary Kay Schwab-Perry Gifts received in honor of Christina Wucherpfennig ’12 Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya

GIFTS IN MEMORY Many individuals choose to celebrate the life of a loved one through a memorial gift. Such gifts not only commemorate a friend or family member, but also help ensure that generations to come will have the opportunity to succeed at Pacific. The following memorial gifts were made between July 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012.

Gifts received in memory of Claire Argow Donald Schweitzer & Marni Doerfler Gayle ’66 & Lois Strickler* Gifts received in memory of Donna Meinig Barnhill ’60 Richard Barnhill ’59* Gifts received in memory of Donald S. Bryant ’41 Georgene Bailey Gail Peterson Phillip & Linda Tomberlin Jeff Wiles Rosemary Hess Wiles ’40* Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Schlegel Tree Farm LLC Gifts received in memory of Ginny Caine Burnett ’59 James Burnett Gifts received in memory of Peggy Cadd David ’83 & Denise Cadd Gifts received in memory of Barbara Potts Carlin ’33 Jane Evans Family of Barbara Carlin Gifts received in memory of Kathrin Cawein James Miller*

Gifts received in memory of Francesca Clifford Joyce & Timothy Gabriel* Gifts received in memory of Shirley Corey Randall ’66, ’67 & Joanne Corey Roger ’67 & Marlene Thompson Gifts received in memory of Ellen Choy Craig Jerry & Colette Coleman* Len Fukushima Andres Harnisch Kayoko Matoba Robert & Johanna Rawson* Bank of America Matching Gift Program Inside Moves, Inc. Gifts received in memory of Hilda Fine Gary & Bess Fine Erin Hunt Linda & David Hunt David Reiter Elizabeth Trimble John White & Bonnie Wyckoff ’05* Gifts received in memory of Francis Franklin ’50 Gregory & Pat Franklin Gifts received in memory of Joseph K. Frazier Daniel ’77 & Martha Hatt

Gifts received in memory of Jack Friedel William & Carolyn Pritchard* Gifts received in memory of Silvia Genel ’00 Genevieve Arnaut ’98, ’99 Kevin & Lisa Roberts Christiansen ’98, ’01 Jon Frew Michel & Victoria Hersen* Sandra Jenkins James Lane & Sheila Keane Susan Li* Paul Michael Catherine & Kirk Miller* Robin Shallcross & Otto Schell Jay & Jerilee Thomas* Gifts received in memory of Adelia Sasaki Griffith ’72 George & Donna Evans* Gifts received in memory of Zane Harris Dan & Barbara Twohy Gifts received in memory of M. Dan Hess ’54 Marvelyn Davison Hess ’64 Gifts received in memory of Josiah Hill III Scott & Kristina Beyer* Deborah & Philip Friscia* Anya Hill ’05

* Five years consecutive giving ‡ Deceased

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GIFTS IN MEMORY Carol & Norbert LePage* Judy & William Ortiz* Robert ’88 & Marilyn Rosenow* Jim & Annjanette Stoddard Sommers ’04 Mary Von* Gifts received in memory of Albert “Hap” Hingston Stephen ’62 & Annabelle Jones Hanson ’63 Jessie Lockhart McCandlish ’67* Deanne Dayton Vandevert ’61* William Young ’58 Gifts received in memory of John Hugill ’50, ’56 W.R. & Mona Ayer Larry & Pamela Blaufus Barbara Daniels Joan Hugill Shirley Hall Miller ’49 Gifts received in memory of Gaither Johnson Lisa Rowley Gifts received in memory of Henry P. Kaulia, Jr. ’82 Douglas & Terry Arnall ’04 Meredith Brynteson ’08 Philip & Maryl Carow ’10 Harold & Janice Ellenberger Kelly & Jonah Elliott* James Fujisaki ’91 Jana Hernandez Kerwin & Allyn Kozai Higashi ’85 Randy ’82 & Margaret Mackenzie Hubbard ’81* Robert ’64 & Sunny McGowan Iboshi ’67 Perry Sloop & Kimberly Iboshi Sloop Scott ’87 & Stephanie Murai Nishimura ’88 Gifts received in memory of Audrey Kerseg Susan Brandes Margaret Heyman Hotch ’99, ’01 & Daniel Hotch Ross & Linda Nelson David & Susan Nelson* Kay Rhoney Sean ’97 & Barbara Toporek Roush ’97 Jan Stricklin* John White & Bonnie Wyckoff ’05* Gifts received in memory of Nancy Le Vine Myron Le Vine ’53, ’54 Gifts received in memory of Stella O.H. Lee Timothy Choy ’64* Lynn Gardner Craig & Deborah Hirasaki Gifts received in memory of Sharon Lingel-Pate ’86 Anna Lingel Dennis Smith ’87 & Nada Lingel ’79, ’81, ’88 Gifts received in memory of Robert Lohr ’69 Kerry Lohr ’71

Kermit & Marla Lohr-Flanders Gifts received in memory of David ’63 and Sandra Lowe ’78, ’82 Robert & Judith Lowe Baldwin Michael Henningsen* Leigh & Dorothy Hunt Hugo Long ’64* Lyndsay Lowe Matthew & Rochelle Moses Lowe ’91, ’95 Jane Romig Bend Cable Communications, LLC Freddie Mac Foundation Matching Gift Program Gifts received in memory of Robert ’36 & Dorothy Gillmore Main ’35 Michael & Karen Main Girard Gifts received in memory of Edward Mallett ’77, ’88 Ann Cassidy Michael ’65 & Judith Simmons Cooley ’69 Johannes & Lavella Eggers Graham ’88, ’90 & Dina Erickson Ken & Carol Geissler Mark Helgeson ’88 & Dori Carlson-Helgeson ’89* Dennis & Judith Hixson Robert Mekkers Jeanne & Fred Oliver Matthew ’87 & Deborah Perry* Dan & Lee Ann Remington ’83, ’84, ’93 Rita Steinberg Lorne Yudcovitch ’96, ’97 & Rosiland Hursh ’98 Barbara Zielinski Chicago Title Insurance Company Hillsboro Vision Clinic* Tillamook County Board of Realtors Tillamook Elks Lodge #1437 Zionsville Lions Club Gifts received in memory of Patrick James Maloney ’88 Leslie DeGrauw ’87 Paul & Sydney Lizundia* Teresa Maloney* Gifts received in memory of Leon Meade ’70 Leigh & Dorothy Hunt Gail Taylor Meade ’70* Gifts received in memory of Truman Osburn ’41 Robert ’49 & Dori Jones* Gifts received in memory of Warren Pickett Mrs. T. Kirk Miles Gifts received in memory of Carol Pratt Jeffrey ’73 & Maria Lita Yambos Pratt ’74* Gifts received in memory of Henry Price Eric & Helen Price Andersen Anne Wagner Price ’40*

Gifts received in memory of W. Steve Prince Frank ’67 & Margaret Baldwin* Gifts received in memory of Richard Reath ’38 Jeffrey & Maria Seward Gifts received in memory of Sanford Reece Charles & Barbara Barnhardt Gifts received in memory of M.A.F. & Josephine Ritchie John Ritchie Gifts received in memory of David W. Roberts ’60 Janet Roberts Gifts received in memory of John R. “Doc” Roberts John W. Roberts ’63* Gifts received in memory of Jack Roggenkamp Dan & Lee Ann Remington ’83, ’84, ’93 Gifts received in memory of Eric Ross ’92 Aaron ’96 & Shelly Ellison Ross ’96* Gifts received in memory of Arthur Schauermann Gary & Pamela Augustine Gifts received in memory of Fred Scheller ’43, ’54 Stephen ’62 & Annabelle Jones Hanson ’63 Jessie Lockhart McCandlish ’67* Lyman & Marilyn Makii Morikawa ’70* William Young ’58 Gifts received in memory of Harold Schimke Myra Schimke Beeler ’62* Jack ’59 & Gayle Jossi Dorothy Schimke ’64 & Cliff Jarrard* Gifts received in memory of Donald Schuman Dan & Lee Ann Remington ’83, ’84, ’93 Gifts received in memory of Donald & Priscilla Joubert Schwejda ’71 Myra Schimke Beeler ’62* Johannes ’08 & Melanie Tan Gifts received in memory of Kerry Simon ’90 Helen Chernik Gifts received in memory of Cathy Stoller George & Ruth Burlingham* David ’83 & Denise Cadd Candace L. Carr Lesley Hallick John Hayes & Vanessa Gray ’12* Michael Henningsen* Brian & Sally Hess* Wallace & Janet Lien Monica Wolf Marvin ’68* William Stoller ’74* Express Employment Professionals­—Arkansas Grace Expressions, Inc. The Frederick D. and Gail Y. Jubitz Foundation North State Staffing & Business Solutions Stoller Family Foundation*

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GIFTS IN MEMORY Gifts received in memory of Barbara Story ’79 George & Donna Evans* Marshall & Esther Lee* Paul ’78 & Nancy Knop Phillips ’77, ’82* H. Joe Story Gifts received in memory of J. Herman Swartz Jean Swartz Gifts received in memory of Dwight Taylor ’29 Margaret Taylor Gifts received in memory of Arnold “Tug” Thogerson ’49, ’58 Kristy Clark Lorice DeTemple Shirley Anderson Gamble ’49 Ruth Newman Sammye Sanborn Gerry Simson Michael & Bonna Smith Ora Faye Wilson Thogerson ’49

Gifts received in memory of Charles Trombley ’52 Myra Schimke Beeler ’62* Douglas Hill ’67 Johannes ’08 & Melanie Tan Gifts received in memory of Calvin Van Pelt ’49 Lorice DeTemple Marlene Johnsen Gifts received in memory of Tracie Vu ’96 Donald Mathieson ’96 Marlaina Watkins ’96 Gifts received in memory of Samuel J. Wilson ’49 ’50 Donald & Yvonne Brink Shirley Corliss Daniel Greeley

Gifts received in memory of Florence Gross Wirt ’31 Maya Benton ’64* Gifts received in memory of Dave Wright Bernice Phillips* Gifts received in memory of Beatrice Young Aime Carreon-Serna Michael & Karen Main Girard Robert & Elizabeth Colasuonno Main* Gifts received in memory of Brian Zinser ’03 Ross Bryan Guy ’03 & Stephanie Gorrell Melissa Johnsen ’03 Dale ’03 & Kristen Schell Tania Sobchuk ’03 Paul ’03 & Marla Stasik Elisabeth Zinser Lake Havasu Family Eyecare Northern Lights Optometry

We make every effort to list all donors accurately. If, however, you find an error, please contact us at give@pacificu.edu. All donors are honored online at pacificu.edu/annualreport.

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DIVERSITY

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YEAR IN REVIEW

NEW CENTERS

NEW PROGRAMS DIVERSIFY STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES

FOOTBALL PROGRAM GETS FIRST LEAGUE WIN

For the first time in several years, the College of Arts & Sciences is launching new undergraduate majors and minors. Majors in applied theatre, art history, dance, environmental studies—policy, culture and society, and public health, as well as a selfdesigned major, opened in Fall 2012. Arts & Sciences also is offering new minors in editing and publishing, indigenous studies and outdoor leadership. Meanwhile, the College of Health Professions opened its doctorate degree in audiology and a master’s certificate in healthcare compliance this fall and is preparing to open a master’s program in athletic training in 2013. In August, Health Professions also started accepting doctorate level occupational therapy students, as it transitions from a master’s to doctorate program. The College of Education this fall launched its master’s program in speech-language pathology, which is accompanied by an undergraduate minor in communication sciences and disorders.

Pacific University’s NCAA Division III football program has completed two seasons since its return to campus, and the team earned its first win, at Homecoming 2011, when it defeated the University of Puget Sound Loggers 44-25. In its sophomore year, the football program also found a place on ESPN SportsCenter for a rare 100-yard defensive two-point conversion. Follow all Boxer athletics at goboxers.com.

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LIBRARIAN

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Pacific University recently opened two new centers devoted to building community partnerships and enhancing academic opportunities for students. The Center for a Sustainable Society, under the direction of Dr. John Hayes, works to coordinate, support and expand the efforts of various campus groups working to promote environmental and economic sustainability throughout all facets of University life and business. The Center for Peace and Spirituality, under the direction of Dr. Dave Boersema, provides a welcoming environment for students and the University committee to explore beliefs, understand others and work for peace and justice, personally and socially. Learn more about Pacific’s centers at pacificu.edu/centers. 2

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PACIFIC LIBRARIAN LEADS SCHOLARLY JOURNAL The Pacific University Library’s Isaac Gilman is co-editor of a new peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to exploring the expanding role of libraries in the creation and dissemination of original scholarship. The Journal of Librarianship and Scholarship Communication (JLSC), co-edited by Marisa Ramirez of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and published by the Pacific University Library, made its debut this spring. Gilman, an assistant professor and scholarly communications and research services librarian at Pacific, also recently was elected vice president/president-elect of the Oregon chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries. 2

BASEBALL TEAM BRINGS HOME CONFERENCE TITLE The Pacific University baseball team took its first Northwest Conference title since 1979, sharing the title with Whitworth College. Ten players earned places on the 2012 AllNWC Baseball Team. Pitcher Rob Dittrick was one of two players named to first-team honors, and he also spent the summer playing for the West Coast League summer wood bat league, where fan votes placed him in the All-Star Game. Follow all Boxer athletics at goboxers.com. 2

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NEWS & NOTES

YEAR YEAR IN IN REVIEW REVIEW

EYE CLINIC

PACIFIC EYECLINIC CARES FOR AFRICAN CHILDREN

PACIFIC GETS INDOOR FIELD OF DREAMS WITH NEW FIELDHOUSE TURF

Faculty members and student interns from the Pacific University College of Optometry provided free disease screenings and eye care to 20 children from Burundi in June. The children were members of Asante Choir and had been sponsored by Americans who pay for them to attend school and otherwise access food and care in their impoverished home country. One had been identified as victim to a bacterial infection that, left untreated, could cause significant vision loss. Learn more at pacificu.edu/optometry.

In September 2011, the Pacific University fieldhouse received a new flooring of stateof-the-art FieldTurf. The installation makes Pacific the only NCAA Division III program in the West—and one of just a handful in the nation—to have an indoor artificial surface. The new flooring allows athletes in Pacific’s 21 varsity-level sports programs the opportunity to practice indoors, particularly in the rainy season, in a setting similar to outdoor fields. With the upgrade, the fieldhouse also is seeing more use by students, both in varsity sports and in Pacific’s many intramural athletic programs and casual recreationalists. The new surface cost more than $86,000, and of that, nearly $54,000 was a result of a special fundraising appeal at the 2011 Legends Golf Classic hosted by Pacific Trustee Tommy Thayer.

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CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT ACQUIRES NEW NMR

CHEMISTRY EQUIPMENT

The Pacific University Chemistry Department has acquired a new nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) instrument, replacing the 18-year-old instrument previously used by students. The instrument contains a superconducting magnet and allows students to study the structure of molecules. Organic chemistry students may use it to learn to interpret different molecules, while research students may use it “to identify if they made what they meant to,” explained Dr. Kevin Johnson, associate dean of the School of Natural Sciences. The old 200-megahertz instrument was decommissioned this summer, making way for the new, 300-MHz instrument. 2

MFA FACULTY WIN GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIPS Two authors serving as faculty in Pacific’s Master of Fine Arts in Writing program have received prestigious John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowships. Kwame Dawes and Joseph Millar each earned the recognition in the field of poetry. They are among 181 scholars to receive the honor out of nearly 3,000 nominated. Learn more about Pacific’s writing program at pacificu.edu/mfa. FIELDHOUSE TURF

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PACIFIC PHILHARMONIC PERFORMS WITH KANSAS The Pacific Philharmonic orchestra took the stage in April alongside the classic rock band Kansas. The band played its hits, accompanied by the orchestra that features about 60 students and 20 community members. It was part of Kansas’ Symphony Rocks tour around the United States. Pacific student Justin Redona was selected to perform a solo during the band’s legendary classic, Dust in the Wind. Though Redona said he didn’t know the song before being selected for the solo, the whole experience expanded his musical repertoire. “It’s a learning process, the whole experience,” he said. “It’s broadened the way I play.” Meanwhile, Pacific Philharmonic conductor Bryce Seliger said the concert is an example of what she believes is a critical link between rock and classical music. “I don’t think Beethoven has gone out of style,“ she said.“I think we just forgot how to market it.” 2

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TENNIS

WOMEN’S TENNIS TEAM RECOGNIZES SHINING STAR, GETS NEW COACH

SCIENCE, MATH PROFESSIONALS BECOME TEACHERS

Cathlene Goya ’12 became the first player in the history of Pacific’s women’s tennis program to earn four first-team All-NWC nods. She and partner Megan Yoshimoto ’12, named to the All-NWC second team for a fourth consecutive year, led Pacific to a 7-10 record and a fifth-place finish in the NWC standings at 6-6. The women’s tennis team looks to do even better next year, after Brian Jackson assumes leadership. Jackson has engineered a turnaround of the men’s tennis team over the last five years and now will serve as head coach of both the men’s and women’s team in his new position as director of tennis. Follow all Boxer athletics at goboxers.com.

The College of Education conferred master of arts in teaching degrees on the first six students in its Woodburn-based STEM pilot program. The program targets professionals in math and science who want to earn teaching degrees to become science, technology, engineering and mathematics teachers in middle and high schools. The pilot program is embedded in the Woodburn (Ore.) School District, which is one of the most diverse districts in the state.

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TRIBAL LEADERS LECTURE SERIES CONCLUDES WITH CEREMONY OF HOPE

TRIBAL LECTURE SERIES

Pacific University hosted a popular five-part series of tribal leader lectures in late 2011, featuring representatives of local American Indian tribes and key issues, such as tribal law, treaty rights, tribal renaissance and gambling, tribal jurisdiction and environmental issues. A collaboration between Pacific’s Office of Diversity, Center for Gender Equity and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation, each session drew 30 to 40 participants. The series concluded with a Ceremony of Hope featuring tribal music and dance. 2

PHARMACY GRANT ALLOWS FACULTY TO RESEARCH CUSTOM DOSAGES

PHARMACY

Deepa Rao and Jeff Fortner, assistant professors of pharmacy at Pacific University, received a $10,000 grant from the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP) Foundation. The pair is researching compounding medications, in which pharmacists prepare medications on site rather than depending an manufactured products. The compounding process, somewhat out of practice in the current pharmacy field, allows pharmacists to provide personalized doses to meet individual patient needs. Rao and Fortner are studying a specific thyroid hormone to determine the shelf life of compounded medications. 2

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PACIFIC ESTABLISHES FULL SCHOLARSHIP FOR JEFFERSON MIDDLE COLLEGE GRAD Pacific University has established an annual full scholarship for a graduate of Jefferson High School’s Middle College for Advanced Studies. The scholarship includes tuition, room, board and books for one student from Jefferson’s partnership program with PCC Cascade. Jefferson High School in Portland serves a predominantly low-income, diverse group of students who traditionally do not attend college. Since the “middle college” partnership with PCC Cascade started, a significant number of the school’s students have started earning college credits during high school. Scholarships like Pacific’s full-ride plus room and board, give more students the opportunity to reach the goal of a college education. 2

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UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIP & TRUSTEES

PACIFIC UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIP As of September 1, 2012 ADMINISTRATION

Lesley M. Hallick, Ph.D. President Mark E. Ankeny, Ph.D. Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs Michael D. Mallery, MBA Vice President for Finance and Administration Cassie S. McVeety, MPA Vice President for University Advancement

Shelley L. Smolnisky Ed.D. Associate Dean, College of Education (Eugene campus) COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS

Ann E. Barr-Gillespie, Ph.D., D.P.T. Vice Provost and Executive Dean, College of Health Professions Christiane Brems, Ph.D., ABPP Dean, School of Professional Psychology

John S. Miller, Ph.D. Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Laura Dimmler, Ph.D. MPA Program Director, Masters of Healthcare Administration

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Victoria Keetay, Ph.D. Director, School of Audiology

Lisa Carstens, Ph.D. Dean, College of Arts & Sciences David DeMoss, Ph.D. Associate Dean and Director, School of Arts and Humanities, College of Arts & Sciences Kevin Johnson, Ph.D. Associate Dean and Director, School of Natural Sciences, College of Arts & Sciences Sarah R. Phillips, Ph.D. Associate Dean and Director, School of Social Sciences, College of Arts & Sciences Steve R. Smith, MA Associate Dean for Student Academic Affairs Shelley Washburn, MAT Director, Master of Fine Arts in Writing Program COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Mark E. Ankeny, Ph.D. Dean, College of Education Martin Fischer, Ph.D. Director, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, College of Education

Judy Ortiz, MHS, MS, PA-C Director, School of Physician Assistant Studies Lisa J. Rowley, R.D.H., MS Director, School of Dental Health Science Richard Rutt, Ph.D., PT, ATC/R Director, School of Physical Therapy

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

John Hayes, Ph.D. Director, Center for a Sustainable Society Anne Herman, MEd Registrar Marita Kunkel, MLS Director, Pacific University Libraries Alfonso Lopez-Vasquez, MEd Director, Office of Diversity William Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Shea, Ph.D. Director, Office of Institutional Research and Assessment Stephen Prag, MPA Director, International Programs Kenneth F. Schumann, MEd Director, Athletics Howard Smith, Ph.D. Founding Dean College of Business Christopher Wilkes, Ph.D. Vice Provost for Research

Susan Stein, D.H.Ed., MS, BSPharm, R.Ph Associate Dean, College of Health Professions Dean, School of Pharmacy

ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT & STUDENT AFFAIRS

John White, Jr., Ph.D., OTR/L Director, School of Occupational Therapy

Karen Dunston, MS Executive Director, Undergraduate Admissions

COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY

Jennifer Smythe, O.D., MS Dean, College of Optometry Kenneth Eakland, O.D. Associate Dean for Clinical Programs, College of Optometry

Jon-Erik Larsen Executive Director, Graduate and Professional Admissions Will Perkins, MC Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students

Fraser Horn, O.D. Associate Dean, College of Optometry

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2011–2012 Trustees serving from July 1, 2011, to June 30, 2012 FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

TRUSTEES

EMERITI TRUSTEES

Jim Fleming, PMP

Ms. Julie Berglund Baker Ms. Evona “Evie” M. Brim Dr. George J. Brown Mr. George Burlingham Ms. Mindy Cameron ’65 Chair Mr. Manuel Castañeda Mr. Patrick C.H. Clark ’93 Mr. Brian B. Doherty Dr. Mary “Katie” Farrell Mr. Mark Frandsen, Secretary Dr. Lorely French Ms. Rebecca Graham Dr. Lesley M. Hallick Mr. David C. Hamill Mr. Richard E. Hanson Ms. Lisa Hargis ’76 Mr. Lawrence “Tige” Harris III Dr. Don Kania Dr. Yvonne Katz Mr. Kim W. Ledbetter Mr. Kenneth C. McGill, Vice Chair Dr. Richard B. Miles Mr. Tyler Oshiro ’13 Mr. Gary Pacarro ’74 Ms. Nancy M. Phillips ’77, ’82 Mr. Joseph A. Rodriguez Mr. Tim Schauermann ’66 Ms. Sherry Smith ’64 Mr. William Stoller ’74 Mr. Tommy Thayer Ms. Sheila Manus Vortman ’67 Ms. Lisa Whui Wen Wang Dr. Douglas R. Weberling ’72, ’74 Mr. Gerald C. Yoshida ’73 Mr. Gene Zurbrugg

Gov. Victor Atiyeh, Hon. ’96 Dr. James H. Berglund ’60 Mr. Steve C. Boone ’73 Ms. Eleanore “Elly” A. Chong Mr. Robert E. Epler Mr. Ron Fraedrick Mr. Ronald L. Greenman Mr. Michael E. Henningsen Jr. Mr. John G. King Dr. Eric Knutson ’66 O.D. ’67 Mr. Kenneth Lewis Mr. Paul V. Phillips ’78 Mr. Steven R. Rogel Dr. Dwight Sangrey Mr. Bryce Seidl Mr. Leslie Stevens Mr. Milan Stoyanov Ms. Jean B. Tate ’52 Dr. Benjamin R. Whiteley, Hon. ’01 Dr. Dean M. Wilcox ’50

Chief Information Officer  Allie Losli, MBA Assistant Vice President for Finance & Administration, University Controller Monica Marvin, J.D. Director, Legal Affairs Bill Ray, MBA Associate Vice President for Finance & Administration Troy Strass, MBA, PHR Director, Human Resources UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT

Martha Calus-McLain Director, Office of Alumni Relations Lois Hornberger Director, Conferences and Event Support Services Tammy Spencer Associate Vice President of Marketing and Communications Jan Stricklin Associate Vice President of University Advancement

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[PACIFIC UNIVERSITY IS] A DIVERSE AND SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY DEDICATED TO DISCOVERY AND EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING, SCHOLARSHIP AND PRACTICE.

MISSION

ANNUAL REPORT

HONORARY TRUSTEE

Dr. Louis B. Perry, Ph.D. Hon. ’64

GLOBAL COMMUNITY

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STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF ARE DRAWN TO PACIFIC BY ITS WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT, EMPHASIS ON PUBLIC SERVICE, AND DEVELOPMENT OF GRADUATES WHO CONTRIBUTE AS GIFTED LEADERS OF THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY.

VISION 2020

Pacific continues its longstanding tradition of excellence, of service and of developing graduates who are leaders in their world. Mindy Cameron, Chair, Board of Trustees It is my pleasure to serve as chair of the Pacific University Board of Trustees, and to have served for the past three years. As we celebrate the culmination and success of 2011–12, we also look with excitement to the 2012–13 academic year—a year already marked with a record enrollment, the advent of new learning opportunities for students

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and the preparation for the future growth of Pacific University. The spirit of discovery is truly alive at Pacific, where an increasingly diverse group of students is embarking on a journey of scholarship, practice and creative expression. Pacific continues its longstanding tradition of excellence, of service and of developing

graduates who are leaders in their world. I thank you for your ongoing support of Pacific University, both in the past year and in the endeavors ahead. 2

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ORIGINS PACIFIC UNIVERSITY BEGAN AS A SCHOOL FOR ORPHANS FROM THE OREGON TRAIL IN 1848 AND IN 1849 WAS CHARTERED AS A COLLEGE FOUNDED BY CONGREGATIONALISTS AND MODELED AFTER THE BEST SCHOOLS OF NEW ENGLAND. OVER TIME, THE UNIVERSITY HAS GROWN INTO A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES, EDUCATION, BUSINESS AND HEALTH. TODAY, PACIFIC’S FOCUS ON TEACHING AND LEARNING IN A CLOSE NURTURING ENVIRONMENT LEADS TO GENUINE TRANSFORMATION IN STUDENTS’ LIVES. DISTINGUISHED BY ITS INQUIRY-BASED CURRICULA AND INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION, PACIFIC OFFERS STUDENTS EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING, LEADERSHIP AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT.

MISSION A DIVERSE AND SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY DEDICATED TO DISCOVERY AND EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING, SCHOLARSHIP AND PRACTICE, PACIFIC UNIVERSITY INSPIRES STUDENTS TO THINK, CARE, CREATE, AND PURSUE JUSTICE IN OUR WORLD.

VISION 2020 PACIFIC UNIVERSITY WILL EMBRACE DISCOVERY AS AN ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTIC OF TEACHING, LEARNING, SCHOLARSHIP, PRACTICE AND CREATIVE EXPRESSION. WE WILL ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND DISTINCTION BY INVESTING IN EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE. WE WILL EMBRACE A RICH DIVERSITY OF IDEAS, PEOPLES AND CULTURES. WE WILL INCORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY INTO ALL OF OUR ENDEAVORS. THE CULTURE OF PACIFIC FOSTERS WARM AND SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIPS THAT ENABLE THE UNIVERSITY TO PROVIDE AN EXTRAORDINARY EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE. STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF ARE DRAWN TO PACIFIC BY ITS WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT, EMPHASIS ON PUBLIC SERVICE, AND DEVELOPMENT OF GRADUATES WHO CONTRIBUTE AS GIFTED LEADERS OF THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY.

Pacific University is a place where students can explore their passion and find their future.

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