Pacific University is a rapidly growing liberal arts college “nestled in an extremely small and quiet town” in Oregon. Facilities are generally “new and up-to-date.” Classes are small. “The science programs are top notch” and “a very good optometry program also draws students.” Some arts and humanities programs are “lacking,” though. “It is frustrating being involved in a major that isn’t a science major,” admits a sophomore. “The adjunct professors seem to be a little more lost” but the “approachable, flexible” full-time faculty is “the number one strength of Pacific, hands down.”
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