Oregon Gov. Kate Brown gave approval Thursday for Yamhill County to begin gradually reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Linfield’s largest campus is in McMinnville, the Yamhill County seat. Continue reading
The coronavirus pandemic has caused financial strain for many in the Linfield community. To ease this burden, Linfield students can apply to receive a grant to cover expenses related to the pandemic. Continue reading
Starting in September, Linfield College will offer an online master’s degree to inspire nurses to promote more equitable and community-focused healthcare systems. Continue reading
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and statewide prohibitions on large gatherings, Linfield Commencement 2020 has been postponed until July 25-26. It was originally scheduled for May 31.
John McKeegan, Linfield vice president for institutional advancement and the college’s general counsel, has been named president at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, Pennsylvania.
Longtime-Linfield supporters donate largest gift in school’s history.
The W.M. Keck Foundation has committed a substantial gift to support Linfield College’s new science facility on the McMinnville Campus. The $10 million gift marks the largest single donation in Linfield’s history. Once built, the facility will be known as the W.M. Keck Science Center. Continue reading
FEBRUARY 15, 2020 – The Linfield Board of Trustees voted Saturday to approve a name change from Linfield College to Linfield University.
“Linfield will change its name, but what won’t change is what makes us special,” said President Miles K. Davis. “Linfield will remain a small, high-quality, liberal arts institution. Now, though, we will be able to expand by having schools and colleges within the university and by offering master’s degrees. Continue reading
On Saturday, Oct. 26, the Linfield Wildcats (5-1) made college football history by clinching their 64th consecutive winning seasons in a 42-10 win over Pacific Lutheran University (1-5).
Pamela Goldsmith, guitarist and adjunct faculty member at Linfield College, will perform a range of music spanning from the classical era through the 20th Century, including works by Sor, Satie, Tárrega, Barrios, Villa-Lobos, Tansman and Lauro.
In conjunction with the Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges & Universities, Linfield College will cohost Anthony Jack, author of The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Poor Students, for a lecture Thursday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m. in Ice Auditorium, located in Melrose Hall.