Alliance institutions account for 19% of undergraduate enrollment and 45% of graduate enrollment in the state.
Institutional budgets and spending to employee wages, The Alliance & its institutions are an economic investment.
On-time graduation saves families money in tuition and gives students a head start in their career.
With an average private grant & scholarship award of more than $19,000 per student.
Smaller classes equate to more opportunities for personalized learning.
PORTLAND, Ore. — The Alliance Board of Directors are very pleased to announce that Ron Saxton has been named successor to Dr. Larry D. Large as Alliance president.
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