If you've decided that Linfield might be the place for you, your next step is to apply for admission. The application and admission process changes based on your educational background. Make sure that you follow the link below for the information that pertains to you.
All of the admission processes described below are for Linfield's McMinnville campus, which offers more than 40 academic programs in the arts and humanities, social and behavioral sciences and natural sciences and mathematics.
Freshman - High school graduates and new college students without previous full-time college enrollment (including Running Start or dual-enrollment students), including American students abroad.
Transfer - Current or previous college students who have completed one or more semester(s)/quarter(s) at a regionally accredited two- or four-year college/university within the United States.
International - Any non-U.S. citizens either graduating from a secondary school outside of the United States, attending a two- or four-year university outside of the United States interested in transferring, or having had completed one or more semester(s)/quarter(s) at a regionally accredited two-or four-year college/university within the United States.
Homeschooled - Students completing their high school coursework, with certified GED test scores, outside of a public, private or independent high school.
Pre-College - Students currently enrolled in high school taking courses not for college credit.
Returning - Previous Linfield students wishing to return to the college.
Non-Degree - Students interested in taking a course without seeking a degree.
Admission to the Nursing campus (transfer students for majors in nursing) and Adult Degree Program (prospective students considering a mostly, or fully, online degree program) are handled through separate enrollment offices. Please contact the appropriate office for additional information regarding admission to those programs.
Already applied? You can check the status of your application online.