Dartmouth, Cal Tech, and University of
Chicago. The school added collegiate football in the 2014 season. More than 3,700
students attend classes on the university’s
residential campus in Newberg, and at its
Portland, Salem and Redmond sites.
Lewis & Clark College
0615 SW Palatine Hill Road
Portland, OR 97209
Lewis & Clark is a private institution with a
public conscience and a global reach. Rooted
in Portland, a city renowned for innovation,
the college has a reputation for nourishing
problem solvers, creative thinkers, and
entrepreneurs. Lewis & Clark offers undergraduate studies in the arts, humanities,
and sciences, and graduate and professional
programs in education, counseling, and law.
Lewis & Clark is one of only 12 colleges and
universities in the nation to earn recognition
as a top producer of both Fulbright student
and Fulbright faculty scholars for 2014-15,
and is the greenest school in the nation,
according to the Princeton Review. The
school serves around 2, 175 undergraduate
students, and 1,300 graduate students.
900 SE Baker Street, McMinnville, OR 97128
Linfield College, dedicated exclusively to
undergraduate education, offers degrees in
arts, sciences and professional programs.
Linfield provides a close-knit environment where students learn and explore.
The college has been nationally praised for
combining affordability and excellence in a
community that promotes intellectual challenge and creativity. Learning takes place in
a collaborative environment. Students work
alongside faculty mentors on research projects, papers and conference presentations
that stretch across the curriculum. Linfield
regularly ranks as one of the nation’s top
schools for international study, community
engagement and commitment to sustainability. The Wildcat football team has the
longest winning streak of any college football team in the country, finishing every
season above the .500 mark since 1956.
17600 Pacific Highway
Marylhurst, OR 97036
Founded in 1893, Oregon’s oldest Catholic university serves more than 1, 200
multigenerational students of all faiths
and backgrounds. Marylhurst offers nearly
50 undergraduate and graduate degrees
and professional certificate programs on
campus and online, all of which integrate the liberal arts with professional
studies and prepare graduates to be ethical
leaders who think critically and creatively.
Marylhurst is accredited by the Northwest
Commission on Colleges and Universities,
and has earned specialized accreditation
or approval for several of its academic
programs. The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning has cited Marylhurst as a
national leader in serving adult students.
About 80% of its students take at least one
8435 NE Glisan Street, Portland, OR 97220
Since 1936, Multnomah University’s
mission is to equip Christian students
through higher education to become biblically competent, academically proficient,
spiritually formed, and culturally engaged
servant leaders. Multnomah offers an array
of undergraduate, seminary and graduate
programs. Its undergraduate offerings
include many programs such as business,
elementary education, psychology, pre-law,
aviation technology, music, and pastoral
ministry. Multnomah’s degree completion
program allows busy adults to take one class
at a time, one night per week.
Northwest Christian University
828 E 11th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401
Established in 1895 and located in Eugene,
Oregon, just over 100 miles south of Portland, Northwest Christian University
(NCU) is a regionally accredited University operating within the traditions of the
Liberal Arts and Professional Studies. NCU
serves over 350 undergraduate students,
and around 375 graduate students. Its most
popular majors are Business Administration, Exercise Science, and Psychology.
NCU students and faculty partner to create
an educational experience of wisdom, faith
and service, providing graduates with superb
career preparation within a Christ-centered
environment. In the University’s rare bible
collection, the oldest bible on campus was
printed in 1412 AD.
2043 College Way, Forest Grove, OR 97116
Pacific University is a diverse learning
community offering a unique combination
of undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in the liberal arts and
sciences, education, business, optometry
and the health professions.
The school was founded in Forest Grove in
1849 by Congregationalist pioneers. Originally the Tualatin Academy, it became
Pacific University in 1854 and conferred
its first baccalaureate degree in 1863.
Today, Pacific University serves nearly
3,500 students on its campuses in Forest
Grove, Hillsboro, Eugene and Woodburn,
and also operates a variety of healthcare clinics in the greater Portland area.
Students and alumni hail from all 50 states
and several countries around the world.
Undergraduate enrollment is around
1,780 students and graduate enrollment is
approximately 1,800 students.
3203 SE Woodstock Boulevard
Portland, OR 97202
For over 100 years, Reed has provided one of
the finest educational programs in the country,
offering students an extraordinary environment in which to discover their passions and
pursue them with depth and determination.
Reed believes in the intrinsic value of rigorous
scholarship and the joy of serious intellectual
pursuit. Reed provides a structured curriculum with an emphasis on independent