The Office of Admission hosts on-campus and virtual events throughout the year for students looking to learn more about Linfield as they begin their college search or as they finalize their enrollment decision.
Explore Linfield - on-campus and online - is an opportunity for students just starting their college search to learn more about Linfield's offerings. Students (and parents or counselors, if they wish to join) will hear about academic and extracurricular offerings, as well as the admission, scholarship and financial aid process. We also offer special, topical programs that focus on a single aspect of the Linfield experience, such as the academic experience, student life or the four-year nursing pathway.
During our on-campus programs, additional opportunities to connect with members of the Linfield community will be provided through the exploration fair, other presentations and discussions, facilities and campus tours and lunch.
Sunday, February 16, 2020
Join us this February for the Linfield Scholarship and Visit Weekend.
If you are smart, talented and academically motivated we encourage you to apply. And, if accepted to participate, you'll have the chance to learn first-hand about our outstanding academic and international programs, and our engaging student life and competitive athletic programs all while exploring our beautiful campus.
Spring Visit Days
These invitation only events for admitted students and their families provide a final glimpse into the life of a Linfield student. Learn about the next steps for enrollment, our academic and student life programs and confirm your interest in being a Wildcat.
We also host admitted and enrolling student webinars focused on the next steps in the process, including financial aid and billing, course registration and academic advising, and housing.
Next Event: May 13, 2020 at Noon
July 27 to July 31, 2020
Linfield is proud to join this week of events celebrating the opportunities available at all of Oregon's independent colleges and universities. In 2020, Oregon Private College Week will be virtual with ten institutions hosting three, 80 minute virtual events during the five day span. For more information, go to oregonprivatecolleges.com.
Previous Virtual Events & Webinars
Covered in this webinar: the four-year, pre-licensure program for students who will begin their journey on the McMinnville campus to complete general education and prerequisite courses before continuing to our campus in Portland to conclude their nursing education and clinical experiences.
Covered in this webinar: you'll learn about academics directly from the professors who you will study with while at Linfield. The moderated discussion led by Lisa Knodle-Bragiel, Director of Admission, covered the courses they teach, other areas of involvement on campus, the faculty advising model, our exciting January Term off-campus courses, unique features of a Linfield education, and how hands-on learning is integrated throughout a liberal arts education.
Covered in this webinar: next steps for enrollment on the McMinnville campus for the 2020 fall semester, including accepting the financial aid award, special circumstances, student accounts and billing, housing application, academic advising and course registration.
Covered in this webinar: student life at Linfield. As a residential college, Linfield students are highly engaged on campus in a variety of student activities. The moderated discussion led by Jeff MacKay, Dean of Students, covered all aspects of life outside of the classroom, including athletics, activities, and residence life.
Covered in this webinar: Parents of Future Wildcats were invited to join Lisa Knodle-Bragiel, Director of Admission, and members of the Linfield Parents Council. They discussed what attracted their family to Linfield, advice to help overcome the challenges in the transition process, how to stay connected when students are away from home, and more.
Covered in this webinar: an overview of Linfield's McMinnville campus programs and admission and financial aid processes led by Patrick Wilson, Senior Associate Director of Admission. Daniel Pollack-Pelzner, the Ronni Lacroute Chair in Shakespeare Studies, also joined to provide an overview of a typical first-year class and how he combines his passions with the curriculum that encourages students to engage with their passions.