Linfield University is pleased to announce the Fall 2020 Dean’s List.
A total of 652 students qualified for the Dean’s List for the fall 2020 semester, which ended Dec. 18, 2020. Continue reading
This week, Linfield University saw an increase in positive COVID-19 test results among its student population on the McMinnville campus. With an abundance of caution, in order to do everything possible to protect students, faculty and staff, Linfield University is pausing all in-person activities until Wednesday, Feb. 3. This includes in-person classes as well as athletic practices and meetings. Continue reading
For the eighth year in a row, Linfield University has the highest-ranked online bachelor’s degree program among private colleges in Oregon. Linfield ranked 86th in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 edition of the “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs.” The annual report evaluates schools based on engagement, services and technologies, faculty credentials and expert opinion when deciding the online program rankings. No other private college in Oregon was ranked in the top 100. Continue reading
Joseph Hunter has agreed to join Linfield University as vice president for university advancement.
He will report to President Miles K. Davis, is responsible for designing and implementing comprehensive university advancement programs and serves as one of the five members of the President’s Leadership Team.
Hunter’s first day will be January 11. Continue reading
For the second time in three years, Linfield has claimed the overall Grand Prize in the Intercollegiate Wine Business Invitational.
Linfield University, in partnership with the Oregon Health Authority and county health officials, will loan out a specialized Department of Biology freezer to aid in the storage and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in the state. Continue reading
Lissa K. Wadewitz, professor and chair of the Linfield University Department of History, received top honors by the Western History Association for her article, “Rethinking the ‘Indian War’: Northern Indians and Intra-Native Politics in the Western Canada-U.S. Borderlands.” The article was named the 2020 recipient of the WHA’s Oscar O. Winther Award, which recognizes the best article to appear in “Western Historical Quarterly” each academic year. Recipients are selected by the publication’s Board of Editors. Continue reading
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
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