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Students walking on campus on the first day of fall 2020

Step 1: Deciding

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What will you study?

Academics

How will you be guided to the best major, research projects and internships? Linfield’s broad liberal arts and sciences curriculum, with the help of an advisor, guides students to a major of interest.

 

Your academic advisor, and offices like career development and international programs, will also help add depth to your experience with opportunities like collaborative research projects, real-world job opportunities and study abroad.

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11:1
student to faculty ratio
44%
of students participate in a study abroad program
82%
of students have completed at least one internship before graduation
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How will you enrich your experience?

Community

Linfield’s dynamic community is always excited to welcome new Wildcats. As you explore campus, your field and your goals, you will be supported by a community of respectful and diverse students, professors and staff. Living on campus makes it easy to find like-minded friends and consider new perspectives you might not have encountered before. Plus, you’ll want to be close to all the club meetings, activities and events each week.

Student life
77%
of students live on campus
30%
of students are athletes
50+
student-led clubs and organizations
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Finances

We hope you agree that a college education is a smart investment in your future. Over a lifetime, a college graduate can expect to earn about 66% more than a high school graduate (according to the College Board and U.S. Census data).

 

While the cost of a college education can be considerable, we work hard to make it as affordable as possible.

Financial Aid
#1
liberal arts school for earning potential
$40,200
average financial aid package
Top 5
best value colleges in Oregon