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General Information

Admission to the Program

You can call from anywhere in the USA call toll free 1-800-452-4176, and we will connect you with an advisor who is knowledgeable about the degree or certificate program you are considering.

Prior college coursework is not required for admission. Most college credits with grades of C and higher from regionally accredited colleges will apply toward a Linfield degree.

Registered Nurses with an Associate Degree in Nursing:

As an RN with an unencumbered license and prior success in college courses where you have maintained a 2.75 or higher grade point average, it’s easy for you to get started in the Online RN to BSN program at Linfield. Call toll free 800-452-4176 to get started or apply online.

RNs joining the Spring cohort are required to complete the RN-BSN online orientation.

You may complete the online spring orientation February 8 - 15. Your participation in the online orientation is tracked for completion. Further instructions will be sent to you upon your registration for NURS 308.

Integrated Experiential Learning (IEL) Course:

In the final course of the RN to BSN program, there is a Service Learning experience. The Service Learning activity is completed in the local community and is uniquely suited to the mission of Linfield College and to the community-based philosophy of the nursing curriculum.  The Service Learning experience is an approach to nursing leadership in the community that explores non-traditional sites and diverse experiences that provide valuable preparation for health promotion, cultural awareness, and leadership in our global community. Students have the opportunity to travel abroad to complete the Service Learning experience if they choose.

How to Register

All students with a CatNet account should register on WebAdvisor. Others please review our Registration Information. You may add and drop classes on WebAdvisor until the first day of classes.

Students without a CatNet account should download and submit the fall registration.

Adding And Dropping Courses

Add and drop classes on WebAdvisor until the term begins or by completing the “Add/Drop Form”. Please do not contact the instructor if you wish to add a class. Contact your advisor instead. According to college policy students may not enroll in a course after 10 days have passed in a semester.

Winter: Withdrawing From All Courses Except Field Based

If you withdraw from class by 5pm January 11 no notation will appear on your transcript. If you withdraw from a Jan Term class after January 11 and by 5pm Jan. 22 a “W” will appear on your transcript. No withdrawal is permitted after Jan. 22.

Spring: Withdrawing From All Courses Except Field Based

If you withdraw from class by 5pm March 4 no notation will appear on your transcript. If you withdraw from a Spring class after March 4 and by 5pm April 22 a “W” will appear on your transcript. No withdrawal is permitted after April 22.

Withdrawing From Field-Based Courses

If you drop a field-based class after the first class meeting, no notation will appear on your transcript. If you drop a field-based class on the day of the second meeting, a “W” will appear on your transcript. Withdrawal from a field-based class is not permitted after the second class meeting.

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available to students who meet student eligibility requirements and are enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate seeking program. Students must be admitted to the College prior to receiving a financial aid award. New OCE student’s will receive an award packet by mail and continuing OCE student’s will receive an email notification to review their award letter in WebAdvisor . In order to be eligible for Federal Direct Stafford Loans (subsidized/unsubsidized) the student must be enrolled in at least 6 credits per semester.

Process to complete

  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Title IV code: 003198
  • Complete the Linfield Application for Financial Aid (LAFA) located on WebAdvisor
  • Submit other documents as requested by the Office of Financial Aid

For additional information please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 503-883-2225, 8am - 5pm, Monday - Friday or by email at

If your accepted financial aid creates a credit balance on your Student Account, you have the option to charge your books to your Student Account, by purchasing your books through the Linfield Bookstore. The Student Accounts/Cashier Office will notify the Bookstore of any students eligible each semester. Contact the Bookstore at or 503.883.2240.

If your financial aid does not cover all of your student account balance (bill) you may make a check or money order payable to Linfield College and mail to Linfield College, Student Accounts/Cashier Office, 900 SE Baker Street, McMinnville, Oregon 97128 or make an online payment through Tuition Management System (TMS). For additional information contact the Student Accounts/Cashier Office at or 503.883.2241.

Online Payment through TMS

The payment deadline is first day of the semester or term. A $30.00 late fee will be applied to all student accounts with an unpaid balance which is not covered by pending financial aid from the current term. In addition, a 1% finance charge will be applied to all accounts not paid within 30 days of the due date. Select the “Make a Payment” link to TMS (Tuition Management System) on WebAdvisor after registering. Full information is available at

Payment Plan

Payment plans are available for fall, spring and summer. The tuition payment plan offered by Linfield is through Tuition Management Systems (TMS) and includes tuition and fees. The TMS $30.00 fee and application
should be submitted to TMS. There is no interest charge if all payments are made as scheduled with TMS. However, if your TMS payment is late, TMS will assess a $50 late fee, and Linfield will assess a fee of $25.00 per late payment per month along with a 1% per month Finance Charge for the remainder of the TMS plan. A plan may be established by going to and paying the $30.00 fee. There is no payment plan for Jan term.

Veterans’ Benefits

Linfield College has been approved by the VA for veterans pursing a degree. For active duty reserves (Chapter 1606 and 1607), Chapter 30 or 35, submit your 1995 form to the VA Certifying Official at Linfield College. For Chapter 31 submit form 1905 and for Chapter 33, Post 911, please submit your Letter of Eligibility. VA payments are based on your Chapter and length of service. For questions on this or other VA benefits, please contact Linfield College Certifying Official, Norina Coffelt 503-883-2597 or fax (503) 883-2663.

Trade Adjustment Assistance Act

The Linfield College Online and Continuing Education Program participates in workforce training via the Trade Adjustment Assistance Act and is on the Oregon Eligible Training Provider List. For additional information regarding these benefits and specifics on what majors are eligible, please contact John Gallagher, Associate Registrar, at 503-883-2446,

Computer Boot Camp Available 9am to 1pm First Saturday after Classes Begin

Computer Science Boot Camp will give students the opportunity to cover the course overview and structure. Software will also be provided. Meetings are in Renshaw 211, TJ Computer Lab, McMinnville, Oregon. Email Martin Dwomoh-Tweneboah the day before to confirm.

It is the responsibility of each student to be aware of and to meet the catalog requirements for graduation and to adhere to all other deadlines, rules and regulations published in the schedule, Course Catalog and Student Guide. The courses listed are subject to change without notice and do not constitute a contract.

Linfield College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, or physical handicap or other disabling condition in its educaional programs, admissions, activities, or employment policies.