Linfield University continues to make a quality, private education affordable by capping its tuition at $13,000, the average cost of Oregon’s four-year public schools, for the top five percent of admitted students.
Released to coincide with Veterans Day 2020, Linfield University is the subject of a new CNN branded-content video, “Small Town Heroes: Creating Support For Veterans In Higher Education.” Continue reading
Linfield University is now home to the state of Oregon’s first chapter of Alpha Alpha Alpha (or Tri-Alpha), a national honor society for first-generation college students.
Linfield’s Tri-Alpha – Beta Pi chapter is one of more than 60 across the nation at institutions ranging from community colleges to state universities. Continue reading
The Linfield University Board of Trustees has unanimously approved a resolution to add Ranette Kamaka of Kaneohe, Hawaii, and Marcy Hamby Towns of West Lafayette, Indiana, to their ranks. Continue reading
Linfield University student-athletes helped raise more than $165,000 this fall to support athletics and supplement testing at the school, which already has one of the most rigorous COVID-19 testing regimens in the State of Oregon.
National Public Radio reported in October that more than two out of three colleges in the United States with in-person classes either had no clear testing plan or were testing only students showing symptoms or having had a high risk of exposure. Linfield, which has 1,931 students, is not among them. The university reopened for in-person classes in August with an aggressive coronavirus-mitigation strategy that included providing COVID-19 tests for all students at the start of the semester. Continue reading
To minimize the risk of COVID-19 on its campuses, Linfield University will modify its spring-semester calendars. The goal is to condense the schedule in an attempt to keep students safely inside “campus bubbles” in McMinnville and Portland, as happened in fall. Continue reading
Linfield University continues to become an increasingly diverse institution, fall enrollment numbers show.
Total fall enrollment is 1,931 undergraduate and graduate students, reflecting enrollment growth at the graduate level. Continue reading
The Board of Trustees of the Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities (“The Alliance”) elected Miles K. Davis, president of Linfield University, as its new chair at their meeting on Sept.16. Continue reading
Washington Monthly recognized Linfield University, formerly known as Linfield College, as the No. 1 liberal arts college in Oregon for earnings and first-generation student performance in its 2020 College Guide and Rankings. Continue reading
Smoke from regional wildfires has continued to cause air-quality and visibility problems all over Oregon and Washington, and in particular at Linfield’s McMinnville and Portland campuses. Shifting winds and rapidly changing conditions continue to make this a situation we’re watching very closely. Continue reading