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8:00 am – 5:00 pm PST
International Programs Office

24-Hour Emergency Line
Linfield College Community Public Safety & Security Department
503-883-SAFE (7233)

To contact the International Programs Office, email

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In the wake of the tragedy in Paris, we are all monitoring the situation in Europe very closely and receive safety updates daily from the U.S. State Department's Overseas Security Advisory Council and from our partner institutions.  We have also been in communication with all our students who are currently abroad, giving them some tips on emergency preparedness measures. Based on these reports, we do not anticipate suspending or altering programming in France or any other parts of Europe (or elsewhere) this fall, during the January Term or next spring.  If you have specific questions, please call us at 503-883-2222 or email:

What's New in International Programs:

Merits and Characteristics of Off-Campus January Term Courses and Semester Study Abroad Programs.

Study Abroad Positively Impacts Personality.

A recent survey by an educational institution indicates the following impact of study abroad:

  • Nearly 90% secured a job within the first six months after graduation
  • 50% felt the overseas experience helped them get their first jobs
  • 84% felt that studying abroad helped them build valuable job skills such as foreign language skills, cultural training, tolerance for ambiguity, adaptability, communication, and more
  • 90% got into their first or second choice of graduate or professional school

The Path to Study Abroad

International Programs Workstudy Application

Find out how to become a Linfield International Ambassador

Emergency Procedures and Protocol for all study abroad programs

Welcome new spring 2016 students!