Pacific University Preservation Plan

Pacific University Preservation Plan

Planning | Forest Grove, OR | In-Progress

Founded in 1849, Oregon’s Pacific University is a comprehensive university serving more than 3,800 undergraduate, graduate and professional students in the liberal arts and sciences, optometry, education, healthcare, and business. The school’s first building, built in 1850, is still in use today and houses a campus museum. As part of a greater strategic planning effort, ARG is developing a Historic Resource Assessment (HRA) for Pacific University’s main campus. The HRA includes discussion of all buildings on the Forest Grove campus that were constructed prior to 1980, including nine that are designated City Landmarks.