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List of colleges and universities in Oregon

List of colleges and universities in Oregon
This is a list of colleges and universities in the U.S. state of Oregon. Seven public universities make up the Oregon University System, and seventeen community colleges are operated by locally elected boards. There are numerous private degree-granting institutions. The oldest private college is Willamette University College of Law which was established 1842, and is the oldest university in the Western United States. The school has approximately 30 law professors and a yearly entering class of 165 students. The oldest community college is Southwestern Oregon Community College which was established in 1959 [1]. The college has about 14,500 students annually which have access to the over 150 acres of campus. This list includes all schools that grant degrees at an associates level or higher, and are either accredited or in the process of accreditation by a recognized accrediting agency.

Lane Community College

Institutions

Oregon Health & Science University

Gutenberg College

Oregon State University campuses in Portland, and University of Phoenix has a campus in Tigard. • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida offers aviation programs at the Portland Community College campus and Portland International Airport.[27]

Out-of-state institutions
Several schools based in other states offer degree programs at locations in Oregon: • The for-profit schools Apollo College, DeVry University, Everest College, Heald College, and ITT Technical Institute have

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School Main location Control Private
(for-profit)

List of colleges and universities in Oregon
Type[2] School of art Enrollment Founded
(2005)

Art Institute of Portland Portland Australasian College of Portland Health Sciences USA Birthingway College of Midwifery Blue Mountain Community College Central Oregon Community College Portland Pendleton Bend

1,534

1963[3] 1978[4] 1993[5] 1962[6] 1962[7] 1970[6] 1961[6] 1958[6] 1989[6] 1905 1935 1929 1925 1891 1994[10] 1996[6] 1964[6] 1867 1858 1967[6] 1893 1887[12]

Private
(for-profit)

School of Holistic 1,032 Health Professions Health professions 56 school Associates college Associates college Associates college Associates college Associates college Associates college Masters university Baccalaureate college Masters university Religious school Research university Religious school[8] Associates college Associates college 2,216 4,048 9,228 6,902 1,610 831 1,404 754 3,338 192 2,981 48[9] 899 9,110

Private Public Public Public

Chemeketa Community Salem College Clackamas Community College Clatsop Community College Columbia Gorge Community College Concordia University Corban College Eastern Oregon University Eugene Bible College George Fox University Gutenberg College Klamath Community College Lane Community College Lewis & Clark College Linfield College Linn-Benton Community College Marylhurst University Mount Angel Seminary

Oregon City Public Astoria The Dalles Portland Salem La Grande Eugene Newberg Eugene Klamath Falls Eugene Portland Public Public Private
(Lutheran)

Private
(Baptist)

Public Private
(Pentecostal)

Private
(Quaker)

Private
(Protestant)

Public Public Private
(Baptist)

Liberal arts college 3,259 Liberal arts college 2,606[11] Associates college Masters university Religious school 5,391 1,245 177

McMinnville Private Albany Marylhurst Public Private
(Catholic)

St. Benedict Private
(Catholic)

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Mount Hood Community College Multnomah University National College of Natural Medicine Northwest Christian University Oregon Coast Community College Oregon College of Art & Craft Oregon College of Oriental Medicine Oregon Health and Science University Oregon Institute of Technology Oregon State University Pacific Northwest College of Art Pacific University Gresham Portland Portland Eugene Public Private

List of colleges and universities in Oregon
Associates college Religious school 7,817 763 1965[6] 1936[13] 1956[14] 1895 [15]

(Protestant)

Private Private
Christ)

Health professions 475 school 459

Baccalaureate (Disciples of college Public Private Private Public Public Public Private Private Associates college School of art

Newport Portland Portland Portland Klamath Falls Corvallis Portland Forest Grove

627 143

1987[6] 1907[16] 1983[17] 1974[18] 1947 1858 1909 1849

Health professions 258 school Medical school Baccalaureate college Research university School of art Research university; Liberal Arts Associates college Associates college Research university Associates college Masters university Associates college Associates college Associates college Associates college Research university 2,553 3,372 19,590[19] 303 2,521

Pioneer Pacific College Wilsonville Portland Community College Portland State University Reed College Rogue Community College Southern Oregon University Southwestern Oregon Community College Tillamook Bay Community College Treasure Valley Community College Umpqua Community College University of Oregon Portland Portland Portland

Private
(for-profit)

1,015 24,505 23,444

1981[20] 1961[6] 1946 1911 1970[6] 1926 1961[21] 1981[6] 1962[6] 1964[22] 1876

Public Public Private

Liberal arts college 1,341 4,211 5,154 2,114 243 1,961 1,147 20,296

Grants Pass Public Ashland Coos Bay Tillamook Ontario Roseburg Eugene Public Public Public Public Public Public

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University of Portland Warner Pacific College Portland Portland Private
(Catholic)

List of colleges and universities in Oregon
Masters university Baccalaureate college Associates college Masters university Religious school 3,343 512 1901 1937 [23]

Private
(Church of God)

Western Culinary Institute Western Oregon University Western Seminary Western States Chiropractic College Willamette University

Portland Monmouth Portland Portland Salem

Private
(for-profit)

1,285 4,768 625

1983[24] 1856 1927[25] 1904[26] 1842

Public Private
(Christian)

Private Private

Health professions 405 school Liberal arts college 2,663

Pacific University

Portland State University

Portland Community College • Emporia State University in Kansas offers a Master of Library Science program on the Portland State University campus.[28] • Oklahoma Christian University operates Cascade College, a branch campus in Portland. The campus was formerly Columbia Christian College, which shut University of Oregon down due to financial problems in 1993.
[29]

• University of the Pacific in California offers a Master of Arts in Intercultural Relations at the Intercultural Communication Institute in Portland.[30]

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List of colleges and universities in Oregon
• U.S. News & World Report. "America’s Best Colleges 2008". http://www.usnews.com/usnews/edu/ college/tools/search.php. Retrieved on September 5, 2007. Specific [1] "Southwestern Oregon Community College". BrainTrack. http://www.braintrack.com/college/u/ southwestern-oregon-community-college. Retrieved on 2009-04-07. [2] School types are based on the categorization used by US News, which is a simplification of the 2005 Carnegie Classification. For schools not categorized by US News, the Carnegie Classification is used directly. [3] Peterson’s. Peterson’s Colleges in the West 2008. p. 125. http://books.google.com/ books?id=hJa0fyxoztkC. [4] ACHS.edu. "History of ACHS". http://www.achs.edu. Retrieved on June 24, 2008. [5] Birthingway College of Midwifery. "History and Culture of Birthingway". http://birthingway.org/ history_culture.html. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [6] ^ Oregon School Boards Association. "Covering Education: A Reporter’s Guide to Education in Oregon". http://www.osba.org/covered/colleges/ establsh.htm. Retrieved on September 28, 2007. [7] Central Oregon Community College. "COCC at a Glance". http://visitors.cocc.edu/About/Glance/ default.aspx. Retrieved on September 26, 2007. [8] Gutenberg College is not yet categorized by the Carnegie Classification, but its affiliation with the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools suggests it will be categorized as a faith-related institution. [9] Gutenberg College. "Facts". http://www.gutenberg.edu/ about_gutenberg/facts.php. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [10] Gutenberg College. "Gutenberg’s History". http://www.gutenberg.edu/ about_gutenberg/history.php. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [11] The enrollment count for Linfield College includes 528 in the Adult Degree

University of Portland

Willamette University • Walla Walla University’s School of Nursing in Washington has a campus in Portland, where its junior and senior classes are taught.[31]

Defunct institutions See also
• Lists of Oregon related lists

References
General • Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. "The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education". http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/ classifications/. Retrieved on September 21, 2007. • National Center for Education Statistics. "Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System". http://nces.ed.gov/ipedspas/. Retrieved on September 5, 2007.

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School Albany College Ashland College & Normal School Baker Business College

List of colleges and universities in Oregon

Location(s) Founded Closed Notes/Refs Albany Ashland 1867 1869 1942
[32]

Became South Oregon University in 1926.[32]

Baker

1891

1976

[32][33]

Baker City Baker Normal & Business College Baker College Bassist College Bethel College Baker Portland Bethel

1887

1905

[32]

1969

1970 1998

Formerly Magic Valley Christian College, which moved to Baker from Albion, Idaho in 1969.[32] Now owned by Art Institutes International.[32] Merged with Monmouth University to form, in turn, Christian College in 1865, Oregon State Normal School in 1882, Oregon Normal School in 1911, and Oregon College of Education in 1939, which is Western Oregon University today.[32]
[32][34]

1855

1862

Blue Mountain University Cascade College Cascade Christian College Colegio Cesar Chavez College of Philomath Columbia Christian College Columbia College Columbia College of Business Coquille College

La Grande

1873

1885

Portland Portland

1994 1918

2008 1969

Branch college of Oklahoma Christian College.[32]
[32]

Mount Angel Philomath Portland

1973

1983

First Chicano college in U.S.[32]

1889 1947

1912 1993

[32][35]

[32]

Eugene Clackamas

1855

1860 1999

[36]

[32]

1890

1905

[32]

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Corvallis College Dallas College Eastern Oregon College Jefferson Institute Judson Baptist College Liberal University Mineral Springs College Corvallis Dallas La Grande 1859 1900 1892 1885 1914 1898

List of colleges and universities in Oregon
Acquired by state.[32]
[32]

[32]

Jefferson The Dalles

1846 1956 1985 Records at Southwestern College[32]

Silverton Sodaville

1896 1892

1903 1908

[32]

[32]

Mount An- St. Benedict 1887 gel College Multnomah Portland College Oregon College of Art Oregon Denturist College Oregon Law School Oregon School of Design Ashland 1897

1973 1969

[32]

Absorbed into the University of Portland.[32]

Milwaukie

1993

[32]

Salem and Portland Portland

1902

1922

Not to be confused with the University of Oregon School of Law.[37][38]

1992

Pacific Col- Medford lege of Art & Design Philomath College Portland University Philomath Portland 1867 1891 1927 1900
[32]

Was a Methodist school with ties to Willamette University. Campus and buildings sold to the Catholic church and became the campus for the University of Portland.[32]
[32]

Saint Francis College Saint Joseph College

1885 1844

1905 1849

[32]

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Saint Michael’s College Sublimity College Whitney Business College Portland 1871 1928
[32]

List of colleges and universities in Oregon

Sublimity Baker

1857 1887

1860 1891

[32]

[32] [39]

Program and 422 at the Portland campus, which are listed as separate schools in IPEDS. [12] Mount Angel Abbey & Seminary. "History and Facilities". http://www.mtangel.edu/seminary/ history.htm. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [13] Multnomah Bible College and Biblical Seminary. "Multnomah’s History and Future". http://www.multnomah.edu/ About/PagesInstitutionalInfo/History.asp. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [14] National College of Natural Medicine. "A Brief History of NCNM". http://www.ncnm.edu/about/ ncnm_history.php. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [15] "College Profile". Northwest Christian University. http://www.northwestchristian.edu/ about/profile/. Retrieved on 2009-04-07. [16] Oregon College of Art & Craft. "History". http://www.ocac.edu/index.asp?id=30. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [17] Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. "About Us". http://www.ocom.edu/ index.php?id=612. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [18] Oregon Health and Science University. "OHSU: An historical chronology". http://www.ohsu.edu/about/history.html. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [19] The enrollment count for Oregon State University includes 437 at the Cascades Campus in Bend, which is listed as a separate school in IPEDS. [20] Pioneer Pacific College. "History". http://www.pioneerpacificcollege.com/ History.htm. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [21] Southwestern Oregon Community College. "Southwestern’s History". http://www.socc.edu/about/history.html. Retrieved on September 24, 2007.

[22] Umpqua Community College. "About UCC". http://www.umpqua.edu/Visitor/ AboutUCC.htm. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [23] "History of Warner Pacific College". Warner Pacific College. http://www.warnerpacific.edu/ subjecthtml.aspx?sctn_id=11&menu_id=16&coll_id= Retrieved on 09-04-07. [24] Western Culinary Institute. "Our History & Reputation". http://www.wci.edu/ our_history.asp. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [25] Western Seminary. "The History of Western Seminary". http://www.westernseminary.edu/ AboutWS/history.htm. Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [26] Western States Chiropractic College. "About Western States Chiropractic College". http://www.wschiro.edu/ index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=14& Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [27] Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. "Portland Center". http://www.erau.edu/ ec/center/d7/. Retrieved on September 26, 2007. [28] Emporia State University. "Distance Education Locations". http://slim.emporia.edu/programs/ programlocations.htm. Retrieved on September 26, 2007. [29] Oklahoma Christian University. "Cascade College branch campus opens". http://www.oc.edu/ochistory/ view.asp?ID=Cascade_College_branch_campus_open Retrieved on September 24, 2007. [30] University of the Pacific. "Master of Arts in Intercultural Relations". http://www.pacific.edu/sis/mair/ intercultural-relations.htm. Retrieved on September 26, 2007. [31] Walla Walla University. "Nursing Program". http://www.wallawalla.edu/ index.php?id=1047. Retrieved on September 25, 2007.

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[32] ^ Brown, Ray (2008-10-28). "Oregon Colleges and Universities that have Closed, Merged, or Changed their Names". List of Colleges and Universities that have Closed, Merged, or Changed their Names. Archived from the original on 2009-04-07. http://www.webcitation.org/5frjkC2nA. Retrieved on 2009-04-07. [33] "Private and Parochial Schools in Baker County, Oregon". http://www.oregongenealogy.com/baker/ historybc/private_parochial.htm. Retrieved on 2009-04-07. [34] "La Grande Schools, Union County, Oregon". Union County Oregon Genealogy and History. http://www.oregongenealogy.com/union/ lagrande2.htm. Retrieved on 2009-04-07. [35] "Philomath Strategic Plan for Community and Economic Development".

List of colleges and universities in Oregon
http://www.ci.philomath.or.us/crt/ profile.htm. Retrieved on 2009-04-07. [36] "Columbia College". http://www.cumberland.org/hfcpc/ schools/Columbia.htm. Retrieved on 2009-04-07. [37] Richardson, S. T. (1902). Oregon Law School Journal. Oregon Law School, Vol. 1, No. 1. [38] Mason, Alfred Findlay and Samuel Epes Turner. 5 American Law School Review 52 (1922), West Pub. Company. [39] "Private and Parochial Schools in Baker County, Oregon". http://www.oregongenealogy.com/baker/ historybc/private_parochial.htm. Retrieved on 2009-04-07.

External links
• Department of Education listing of accredited institutions in Oregon

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