OAICU - For Public Good

22%

of Oregon’s undergraduate degrees are from Alliance institutions

Alliance institutions account for 19% of undergraduate enrollment and 38% of graduate enrollment in the state.

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2.75

billion dollars define the economic impact of Alliance institutions

Institutional budgets and spending to employee wages, The Alliance & its institutions are an economic investment.

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60%

of Alliance institution students graduate in four years

On-time graduation saves families money in tuition and gives students a head start in their career.

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92%

of first time, first year students receive financial aid

With an average private grant & scholarship award of more than $17,000 per student.

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12:1

Student to faculty ratio

Smaller classes equate to more opportunities for personalized learning.

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The Alliance contributes to the state of Oregon in three important ways.

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The Alliance strengthens Oregon’s intellectual, creative, and economic resources.

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Investing in The Alliance supports students, education, and Oregon's economy.

PORTLAND, Ore. – Prospective students are invited to participate in Oregon Private College Week from July 28 – August 1, hosted by the Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges & Universities (The Alliance).

March 4, 2014

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities (The Alliance) is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the 2014 César E. Chávez Leadership Conference (CECLC).

February 4, 2014

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