- Linfield College
About Linfield

Facts and Figures About Linfield

Chartered: 1858
Type: Four year, co-ed, comprehensive, undergraduate, private
Endowment: $113.8 million (June 30, 2017)
Operating budget: $62.5 million for the 2017-2018 fiscal year
Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Specialized accreditation has also been granted to the Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing, and the programs of education, music and athletic training.
Athletic affiliation: Northwest Conference, NCAA Division III

All of Linfield

Enrollment: 2,588
Number of states: 24
Number of countries: 23
Percentage from Oregon: 62
Percentage international: 3
Gender: 33% male, 67% female
Percentage U.S. students of color: 33
Unique majors: 51
Total faculty: 162
Study abroad sites: 14 countries

Ethnic distribution (in percent):
African American 1.9
Asian 5.6
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.7
Hispanic or Latino 6.9
Native American 0.7
White 57.9
Two or more races 16.7
Undeclared 6.3
International 3.1

Learning Environment
Student-to-faculty ratio: 11:1
Average class size: 14 (76 percent of all classes have 22 or fewer students)
Percentage of faculty with terminal degrees (Ph.D. or MFA): 88 percent
Academic calendar: 4-1-4 (Two semesters: fall and spring, and a January Term session)

Financial Aid
Percentage of freshmen receiving some form of financial aid: 97%
Average financial aid package (all sources): $30,200

Annual Costs (2018-19 Mac Campus)
Tuition: $42,700
Room: $6,830
Board: $5,590
Fees: $494
Direct Costs: $55,614

Please see the Linfield Course Catalog for detailed costs and fees between programs.

For admission and class profile information, please review the Admission pages for each respective campus.

Updated May 2018