Environmental Studies Shoreline Ecology Field Course: Research at Eye Level Scale

Janet Gifford, Director of Marketing, Linfield College, Adult Degree Program

On a recent summer morning along the Pacific coastline, I ventured to Oregon’s tide pools alongside sixteen Linfield ADP students and instructor Dr. Ned Knight. This was day two of ADP’s five-day environmental studies course Shoreline Ecology, in which students conduct hands-on research at eye level scale. Continue reading

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Does Linfield’s ADP have High Graduation Rates from our Online Degree Programs? Find Out Our Great News!

Earlier this year, we conducted a survey of alumni who graduated from the Adult Degree Program (ADP) in the past five years, to find out what their employment experience has been since completing their degrees. Continue reading

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Know How to Fund Your Linfield Education? Our Financial Aid Office Offers Tips and Resources

In our recent video on Financial Aid: How to Fund Your Linfield Education, Sandra Tello, our Financial Aid Counselor, offers advice on financing your Adult Degree Program degree or certificate. If you are a prospective student wondering what funding options might be open to you, or if you’re a current student needing some guidance, Tello and the Financial Aid Office are here to help. As Tello says, “There’s financial aid for everyone. In fact, about 60% of ADP students receive some form of financial aid.” Continue reading

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