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PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES RANKED BY FULL-TIME ENROLLMENT
RANK NAME / WEBSITE ADDRESS / PHONE PRESIDENT / SENIOR EXEC FALL FTE / HEADCOUNT UNDERGRAD / GRADUATE DEGREES PROGRAMS
1 Heald College 6035 N.E. 78th Ct.
Portland 97218 415-808-1529
Eeva Deshon 12,600
16,992
NA
NA
Associate degrees in the health care, business, legal and technology fields
2 University of Phoenix 13221 S.W. 68th Pkwy.
Tigard 97223 800-214-5161
Bill Pepicello 3,800
3,800
NA
NA
Associate, bachelor’s, graduate degrees in business, education, criminal justice, health care, etc.
3 Lewis & Clark 0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Rd.
Portland 97219 503-768-7000
Barry Glassner 3,399
3,687
456
549
Liberal arts, sciences; professional programs in education, counseling, law; local/global engagement



PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES RANKED BY FALL FULL-TIME ENROLLMENT
RANK NAME / WEBSITE ADDRESS / PHONE PRESIDENT / SENIOR EXEC FALL FTE / HEADCOUNT UNDERGRAD / GRADUATE DEGREES PROGRAMS
1 Oregon State 600 Kerr Administration Bldg.
Corvallis 97331 541-737-4133
Edward J. Ray 23,957
27,194
3929
1,123
Agricultural science; business; earth, ocean, and atmospheric science;
2 University of Oregon 1226 University of Oregon
Eugene 97403 541-346-1000
Michael R. Gottfredson 23,378
24,591
4272
1,317
Green chemistry, natural sciences, creative writing, liberal arts, architecture, fine arts, education, etc.
3 Portland State P.O. Box 751
Portland 97207 503-725-3434
Wim Wiewel 20,226
28,731
4320
1,719
Business administration, education, engineering and computer science, fine/performing arts, etc.



COMMUNITY COLLEGES RANKED BY FALL FULL-TIME ENROLLMENT
RANK NAME / WEBSITE ADDRESS / PHONE PRESIDENT / SENIOR EXEC FALL FTE / HEADCOUNT UNDERGRAD / GRADUATE DEGREES PROGRAMS
1 Portland P.O. Box 19000
Portland 97280 971-722-6111
Jeremy Brown 18,764
63,267
1806
3,978
Traditional college programs, university transfers, community and continuing education, etc.
2 Clark College 1933 Ft. Vancouver Way
Vancouver, WA 98663 360-699-NEXT
Robert K. Knight 9,232
13,243
2092
NA
Nursing, dental hygiene, medical radiography
3 Lane 4000 E. 30th Ave.
Eugene 97405 541-463-3000
Mary Spilde 8,607
17,907
642
792
Professional, technical and college transfer programs; employee skill upgrading, etc.

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