Bushnell University

 

Corban University

 

George Fox University

 

Lewis & Clark College

 

Linfield University

 

Pacific Northwest College of Art

 

Pacific University

 

University of Portland

 

Warner Pacific University

 

Willamette University

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Oregon Private College Week

We hope to see you at Oregon Private College Week, July 29 – August 2, 2024!

During OPCW, twelve of Oregon’s private, independent colleges host concurrent sessions that offer informational presentations about admissions, financial aid, and academic programs. Visit up to ten schools in only five days for free!

Bushnell University

Bushnell promotes experiential learning and job readiness through a signature internship program, where every student graduates with at least 135 hours of field experience. Devoted to offering a Christ-centered education, Bushnell equips students to grow in wisdom, faith and service.

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Corban University

At Corban University, students thrive in a gospel-centered community as they pursue academic excellence and Christian maturity. Through a Corban education, they are equipped to become competent, caring, Christ-followers who can make a difference in the world.

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George Fox University

George Fox University

George Fox University is a Christ-centered community that offers undergraduate students personal attention, affordable overseas experiences, and an education that prepares them academically and spiritually to think with clarity, act with integrity and serve with passion.

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Lewis & Clark College

Lewis and Clark College

At Lewis & Clark, independent, open-minded students thrive in small classes, receive mentorship from expert professors, and graduate ready to take on the world. We invite you to join our community!

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Linfield University

Linfield University

Linfield University offers a rich liberal arts and sciences curriculum in a close-knit environment. Linfield’s experiential education cultivates curiosity, providing opportunities in research, internships, community service and study abroad.

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Pacific Northwest College of Art
Pacific Northwest College of Art

Pacific Northwest College of Art prepares students for a lifetime of creative and professional practice in art and design. Throughout PNCA’s ten undergraduate majors students develop creative, technical, and professional skills, productive studio habits, and the abilities to communicate, collaborate, and think critically.

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Pacific University

Pacific University

Pacific University inspires students to think, care, create, and pursue justice. At Pacific, undergraduates find caring faculty, rigorous academics, diverse student activities, and pathways to careers and Pacific’s many graduate programs.

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Reed College

Reed College

Reed College is a liberal arts and sciences college. Referred to as one of the most intellectual colleges in the nation, Reed is known for its high standards of scholarly practice, creative thinking, and engaged citizenship.

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University of Portland

University of Portland

At UP, students will find a rigorous, holistic, personal, and transformative education that prepares them to become critical and ethical thinkers.

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Warner Pacific University

Warner Pacific believes every student deserves an opportunity to earn an affordable, high-quality degree that offers a clear path to civic engagement, spiritual enrichment, economic security, and success. Warner Pacific is committed to ensuring college is accessible for students from diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

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Willamette University

Willamette University

At Willamette, students receive an education designed to be put into practice. By focusing on hands-on learning and collaboration, Willamette students graduate with meaningful experience and the ability to take the knowledge they’ve gained in the classroom and turn it into action.

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Accessible

At Oregon private colleges, 89% of undergraduates with financial need receive institutional and/or public aid and 99.6% of first-generation students receive institutional and/or public aid.

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Liberal Arts

Student success at a small liberal arts college means curriculum designed to engage the whole student. First-rate faculty actively improve students’ competitive edge by cross-training multiple disciplines, such as humanities and arts, business, public administration, science, technology, engineering, and math, fostering their individual and intellectual development.

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Community

Oregon’s private, nonprofit colleges’ students graduate at the highest rates and with the shortest times to degree completion in the state. Featuring intimate learning communities, private colleges and universities are able to contribute to a high-quality, sharply intelligent workforce prepared to lead and contribute to a knowledge-based economy.

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