At its largest graduation ceremony to date, PAU received a significant government donation, presented by the vice minister of National Planning.
A total of 37 students and members of the local community were baptised at the end of the university's Festival of Faith, bringing the total number of baptisms held at PAU in 2023 to 50.
The addition of the 16 new employees reflects PAU's response to its rising enrolment over recent years and its commitment to its 10-year strategic plan.
Pacific Adventist University welcomed its newly appointed deputy vice-chancellor (administration), Mere Vaihola, on Monday, July 3.
Celebrating four decades of academic excellence, Pacific Adventist University now looks towards the future, exploring virtual learning, expanding partnerships, and tackling infrastructure challenges amid an influx of applicants.
Six female science students at Pacific Adventist University were awarded laptops by BEST PNG, recognising their academic merit and supporting their future teaching careers.
In a week of health emphasis, several activities were conducted bringing health awareness to PAU faculty, students and surrounding communities.