Pacific University students learn how to use their passions to create meaningful social change in all they do. At Pacific, we know that change happens when we work together. That’s why our small, liberal arts environment flourishes: students are known by name by excited and expert professors, and our inter-disciplinary connections create unique, effective solutions to all sorts of social problems.
Here at Pacific, we know that one huge way you can make the world a better place, is by helping people be and feel healthy. If people can spend less time worrying about their injured knee, then they can spend more time doing the things they love.
As if that wasn't enough, those same undergraduate programs also give back to the community through their coursework. Every Pacific student completes a Civic Engagement course, which gives you a chance to use your passions to make the community a better place. Whether that's running a free yoga class at a retirement home, helping a faculty member work out a fitness plan, or creating a relaxation room for youth, you can get college credit to help people live healthier lives as an undergraduate student at Pacific.
And with graduate programs ranging from Physical Therapy, to Optometry, to Physician Assistant Studies, and beyond, you can also become a certified health care professional through your time at Pacific. And better yet, we can give you the tools you need to be a competitive applicant into any one of those health professions graduate schools, so you can get out and use your degree to improve the lives of others.
Want to make the world a better place by helping people feel healthier?