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1987 Pacific University Self-Study Reports Excerpts



1987 Pacific University Self-Study Reports Excerpts


The Pacific University Self-Study Reports are a series of decennial reports that lay out University goals, collect and interpret data related to student admissions, graduations, faculty size increases, university finances and more. The reports can act as a valuable measure of race and gender related issues both in what they directly say and what is left out.

In the 1987, there were no mentions of racial and ethnic diversity as an explicit University goal as there was in the '77 reports. It is also missing a racial/ethnic breakdown of admitted or graduating students.

This selection shows a brief description of Pacific's minority recruitment program and its efforts to "familiarize minority students and their parents with higher education opportunities" and which includes a Minority Pre-College Program that visited high schools to entice minority students.


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Pacific University, “1987 Pacific University Self-Study Reports Excerpts,” Pacific University Archives Exhibits, accessed February 22, 2018,

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