Pacific University Libraries offer several different types of publishing services, including journal and book publishing. We also make scholarship (articles, theses, dissertations, etc) created by faculty, staff, and students at Pacific available in our institutional repository, CommonKnowledge.
The creation and dissemination of scholarly knowledge is a vital part of the Libraries’ mission, including the scholarship and creative efforts of Pacific’s faculty, staff and students, and the work of scholars at other academic institutions. These works also have the potential to benefit people outside of the University. Our publishing program provides a way for knowledge to be shared, discovered, and used in new and unanticipated ways.
Pacific University Press is also part of the library and publishes books in three imprints. Please visit the Press to find out more information about the types of books published as well as how to submit a proposal.