OAICU - For Public Good

23%

of Oregon’s undergraduate degrees are from Alliance institutions

Alliance institutions account for 19% of undergraduate enrollment and 43% of graduate enrollment in the state.

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2.7

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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59%

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 $18,000 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 - Working together to make a difference!

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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. – Larry Large, president of The Alliance, participated in the recent meeting of the national steering committee of college and university presidents that met to begin to assess the future of independent colleges.

September 26, 2014

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Alliance has been awarded an $25,000 challenge grant from the Council of Independent Colleges to expand its successful Matched College Savings Program.

September 25, 2014

Become a Financial Master

And earn special achievements along the way.