This service allows students to engage in campus living processes, including applying for housing, selecting meal plans, completing room condition reports, and more. Select staff use the system in their responsibilities in managing campus living processes.
If you aren't able to find a service corresponding to the help you need or question you have, use the request form here. Note that requests submitted by this method require additional processing before they can reach the person who can help you.
Examplify is secure testing software, hosted by Examsoft, that can run on computers and iPads, used by the Audiology, Dental Hygiene Studies, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy/Athletic Training and Physicians Assistant programs.
Support requests related to desktop and laptop computing technology at Pacific University healthcare clinics, including peripheral devices such as printers, scanners, signature pads, card readers, and more.
The University Privacy Officer investigates every potential or suspected: violation of privacy, flaw in security that may result in a violation of privacy or violation of the policies put in place to protect privacy. Anonymous reporting is available.
Sfax is an electronic fax application that allows for the receipt and delivery of faxes. Sfax is intended to be used in lieu of our legacy fax machines and does not replace faxing patient information from Epic.
Clark Hall was constructed in 1966 as a traditional Residence Hall for students. It is now used to accommodate affiliated guests in need of short-term housing that will be on the Forest Grove or Hillsboro Campus for University academic business and have a current Pacific employee sponsoring the request (i.e. visiting scholars, special student program requirement).