Facility Use Guidelines
- You will need to wear a face covering and follow social distancing guidelines while in the Libraries.
- A BoxerID Card is required to enter the Tran Library and Hillsboro Campus Library.
- You will need to check in at the front desk.
- Reservations are required for required for all seats/spaces (except the Tran 24-hour space).
- To access our physical collections, place a request online and you will be notified when it is ready for pickup.
- Food is not permitted, covered drinks allowed (with straws for under-mask use).
- We follow Pacific University’s COVID-19 health guidelines.
- For more information, visit www.lib.pacificu.edu/covid-19.
Closed January 18, 2021 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Boxer ID card required for access. 24-hour space available via card access.
24-Hour Study Center & Media Commons
Students can study here anytime with their BoxerID Card. Enter through the library during open hours and use the west entrance after hours. Computers, printers, copiers, and facilities are available.
Individual Study Spaces
- Contactless Pickup – You can search for books, DVDs, and other items and request the for pickup at Tran Library.
- Study Space Reservation – As a Pacific student, you can reserve space to study. Spaces are available by reservation only.
- Printing – You can print from your device or a computer station (link to reservations). Wipes are provided next to the printer. Please disinfect the printer after each use.
The Tim & Cathy Tran Library on the Forest Grove campus opened in 2005, replacing the Harvey W. Scott Memorial Library, which had been dedicated in 1967. In 2017, the library was named for Khiem “Tim” ’74 and Thuy “Cathy” Tran ’74 in 2017 in honor of their accomplishments and commitment and generosity to furthering the education of students at Pacific University. In addition to diverse collections supporting all colleges within the university, the Tim & Cathy Tran Library is also home to the Center for Educational Technology and Curricular Innovation and the Pacific University Press.
Our lounge chairs and coffee tables came from trees on the Forest Grove campus. Art from Kathrin Cawein, Jefrey Chang (’73), Jack McLarty, and other artists decorates the library.
The library is a Federal Depository and we provide access to some government information.