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RANKED BY FALL FULL-TIME ENROLLMENT (OR FULL-TIME EQUIVALENCY)


RANK NAME ADDRESS/PHONE PRESIDENT / SCHOOL TYPE
FULL-TIME / TOTAL ENROLLMENT ANN. DEGREES UNDER- GRAD / GRAD SPECIALTY PROGRAMS ANNUAL BUDGET / YEAR FOUNDED
1 University of Oregon 1226 University of Oregon
Eugene 97403 541.346.1000
Richard Lariviere
Public university
21,596
22,386
3,622
1,528
"Green chemistry, natural sciences, creative writing, liberal arts, architecture, fine arts, education, journalism, sports marketing, entrepreneurship, conflict resolution, environmental law" $713.0m
1876
2 Oregon State University 600 Kerr Administration Bldg.
Corvallis 97331 541.737.4133
Dr. Edward J. Ray
Public university
20,241
22,580
3,334
953
Agricultural sci., business, education, engineering, forestry, health/human sci., liberal arts, oceanic/atmos. sci., pharmacy, science, vet. med., honors college $732.6m
1858
3 Portland State University P.O. Box 751
Portland 97207 503.725.3000
Wim Wiewel
Public university
19,996
27,972
3,427
1,631
Business administration, education, engineering and computer science, fine/performing arts, social work, urban/public affairs, environmental science $460.4m
1946
4 Clark College 1933 Ft. Vancouver Way
Vancouver WA 98663 360.992.2000
Robert K. Knight
Community college
9,931
15,039
1,627
NA
Health career programs in nursing, MRAD, fitness trainer, dental hygiene and pharmacy technician $51.4m
1933
5 Lane Community College 4000 E. 30th Ave.
Eugene 97405 541.463.3000
Dr. Mary Spilde
Community college
8,806
13,317
865
NA
Career technical, college transfer, skill upgrading, business, life skills and personal development, career enhancement, cultural/community services $85.4m
1964
6 Portland Community College P.O. Box 19000
Portland 97280 503.244.6111
Dr. Preston Pulliams
Community college
7,855
30,161
2,251
NA
College transfer, business, computer, health sciences, construction, workforce development, alternativehigh school, continuing education $162.0m
1961
7 Western Oregon University 345 N. Monmouth Ave.
Monmouth 97361 503.838.8000
Dr. John P. Minahan
Public university
4,697
5,654

Liberal arts and sciences, teacher education, computer science, business, criminal justice ND
1856
8 Chemeketa Community College 4000 Lancaster Dr. N.E./P.O. Box 14007
Salem 97309 503.399.5000
Dr. Cheryl Roberts
Community college
4,099
12,787
1,319
NA
Electronics, nursing, employee training, auto tech., emergency services, online education, network tech., vineyard management, college transfer $58.7m
1969
9 Southern Oregon University 1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland 97520 541.552.7672
Dr. Mary Cullinan
Public university
3,934
5,133
671
233
"Liberal arts, fine and performing arts, sciences, teacher education, professional programs, research and service programs, environmental studies, select graduate programs " $67.0m
1872
10 University of Portland 5000 N. Willamette Blvd.
Portland 97203 503.943.8000
Rev. E. William Beauchamp
Private university
3,597
3,597
698
128
Liberal arts, business administration, nursing, engineering, education, graduate program $71.0m
1901
11 Lewis & Clark College 0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Rd.
Portland 97219 503.768.7000
Jane Monnig Atkinson
Private college
3,523
4,304
454
446
Liberal arts and sciences, and professional programs in education, counseling and law; focus on local and global engagement $104m
1867
12 Linn-Benton Community College 6500 S.W. Pacific Blvd.
Albany 97321 541.917.4999
Dr. Greg Hamann
Community college
3,300
11,104
789
NA
Occupational therapy assistant, mechatronics, diagnostic imaging, polysomnography, equine science, graphic design, nursing, water/wastewater, welding, machine tool $45.0m
1966
13 Pacific University 2043 College Way
Forest Grove 97116 503.352.6151
Dr. Lesley Hallick
Private university
3,026
3,213
309
657
Liberal arts, optometry, education, health prof., physical/occup. therapy, prof. psych., physician asst., dental health sci., pharmacy, health care admin., exercise sci., environ. studies, MFA writing $78.4m
1849
14 Washington State University Vancouver 14204 N.E. Salmon Creek Ave.
Vancouver WA 98686-9600 360.546.9788
Harold A. Dengerink, Ph.D. (Chancellor)
Public university
2,984
ND
600
100
18 bachelor’s degrees and 10 master’s degrees including: accounting, business administration, computer science, education, environmental science, mechanical engineering, nursing and public affairs $30.0m
1989
15 George Fox University 414 N. Meridian St.
Newberg 97132 503.538.8383
Dr. Robin Baker
Private university
2,692
3,368
528
487
40+ undergrad degrees in humanities, sciences; adult degree programs; 17 graduate and seminary programs in business, counseling, education, psychology, theology and ministry $55.7m
1891
16 Willamette University 900 State St.
Salem 97301 503.370.6300
Dr. M. Lee Pelton
Private university
2,691
2,838
394
330
Liberal arts, law school, school of management, school of education, MBA $85.2m
1842
17 Mt. Hood Community College 26000 S.E. Stark St.
Gresham 97030 503.491.6422
Dr. John J. Sygielski
Community college
2,654
8,009
901
NA
University transfer, nursing, business, distance learning, automotive technology, funeral science, cosmetology, fisheries, integrated media, community education $58.4m
1966
18 Eastern Oregon University One University Blvd.
La Grande 97850 541.962.3512
Dr. Robert O. Davies
Public university
2,647
3,957
541
96
Education, theater arts, agriculture, nursing, science, math, business $44.0m
1929
19 University of Phoenix, Oregon Campus 13221 S.W. 68th Pkwy., Ste. 500
Tigard 97223 503.495.2900
Flint Holland
Private university
2,300
2,300
425
150
Business, including accounting, marketing, management and MBA; education; health care; social and behavioral science; technology ND
1976
20 Oregon Health & Science University 3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Rd., L109
Portland 97239 503.494.7800
Dr. Joseph E. Robertson, Jr.
Public university
2,227
2,583
221
541
Health professions, science and engineering $1.7b
1887
21 Linfield College 900 S.E. Baker St.
McMinnville 97128 503.883.2200
Dr. Thomas Hellie
Private university
2,172
2,531
616
NA
Arts, sciences, Study Abroad, business, math, education, exercise science, nursing, health professions, athletic training, biology, finance, economics, psychology, sociology, accounting, management; online degrees; community engagement $53.3m
1858
22 Clackamas Community College 19600 Molalla Ave.
Oregon City 97045 503.657.6958
Dr. Joanne Truesdell
Community college
2,134
8,918
841
NA
Electronics, business, water/environmental technician, emergency mgmt., landscaping, clinical lab/dental asst., mfg. tech., energy mgmt., wildfire, music tech.,CAD/CAM, GIS, digital multimedia, Veterans Services. $111.4m
1966
23 Oregon Institute of Technology 3201 Campus Dr.
Klamath Falls 97601 541.885.1000
Dr. Christopher Maples
Public university
2,087
3,915
565
7
Engineering, eng. technology, allied health prof., management, communications, applied sci., renewable energy eng., clinical lab. science, software eng. technology $48.9m
1947



 

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