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Articles - August 2010
Sunday, July 11, 2010

RANK NAME ADDRESS/PHONE PRESIDENT / SCHOOL TYPE
FULL-TIME / TOTAL ENROLLMENT ANN. DEGREES UNDER- GRAD / GRAD SPECIALTY PROGRAMS ANNUAL BUDGET / YEAR FOUNDED
24 Central Oregon Community College 2600 N.W. College Way
Bend 97701 541.383.7700
Dr. James Middleton
Community college
1,816
6,550
522
NA
General, transfer degrees, nursing and allied health, business, forest resources, aviation, culinary $31.5m
1949
25 The Art Institute of Portland 1122 N.W. Davis St.
Portland 97209 503.228.6528
Steven Goldman, Ph.D.
Private art/design college
1,678
1,880
275
NA
Apparel/accessory, interior, graphic, industrial, and web design; advertising; media arts/animation; digital film/video; fashion mktg.; design mgmt./research; visual prog., photography, culinary $24.0m
1963
26 Marylhurst University 17600 Pacific Hwy.
Marylhurst 97036 503.636.8141
Judith Johansen, J.D.
Private university
1,486
2,460
166
257
Online and Saturday MBA, MBA in sustainable business, art therapy, Master of Divinity, real estate, music therapy, human studies, gerontology, interior design $22.7m
1893
27 Reed College 3203 S.E. Woodstock Blvd.
Portland 97202 503.771.1112
Colin Diver
Private university
1,437
1,481
301
5
Liberal arts and sciences ND
1908
28 Rogue Community College 3345 Redwood Hwy.
Grants Pass 97257 541.956.7500
Dr. Peter Angstadt
Community college
1,275
6,302
284 (Associate Degrees) 94 (Certificates)
NA
Health sci., auto tech., crim. justice, electronics, EMT, nursing, business, comp. sci., dental hygiene, early childh. ed., fire sci., const., pract. nursing, truck driving, welding $33.7m
1970
29 Clatsop Community College 1653 Jerome Ave.
Astoria 97103 503.325.0910

Community college
1,208
ND
ND
ND
Visual arts, marine sciences, industrial and manufacturing technology, nursing, liberal arts, maritime firefighting $13.0m
1958
30 Southwestern Oregon Community College 1988 Newmark Ave.
Coos Bay 97420 541.888.2525
Patty M. Scott, Ed.D.
Community college
1,120
2,369
286
NA
Culinary arts, nursing, pharmacy technician, engineering, criminal justice, athletic training, distance education, workforce development, and community education $57.4m
1961
31 Umpqua Community College P.O. Box 967
Roseburg 97470 541.440.4600
Blaine Nisson
Community college
1,000
3,150
287
NA
Business management, electronics, nursing, engineering, academic transfer, music, drama, fine arts $26.6m
1964
32 Blue Mountain Community College P.O. Box 100/2411 N.W. Carden Ave.
Pendleton 97801 541.276.1260
John Turner
Community college
954
ND
184
NA
Transfer and vocational degrees, certificate programs; business and industry training; community and regional partnerships ND
1962
33 Corban University 5000 Deer Park Dr. S.E.
Salem 97317 503.581.8600
Reno Hoff
Private Christian college
952
1,016
217
23
Liberal arts, professional studies, ministry studies, adult degree program, graduate studies in education, MBA, and counseling $17.6m
1935
34 Treasure Valley Community College 650 College Blvd.
Ontario 97914 541.881.8822
Dr. Jim E. Sorensen
Community college
918
ND
293
NA
Agriculture/rodeo, arts, business, construction, Cisco Networking Academy, computer science, workforce training ND
1962
35 Multnomah University (formerly Multnomah Bible College and Seminary) 8435 N.E. Glisan St.
Portland 97220 503.255.0332
Dr. Daniel Lockwood
Private university
774
858
130
99
Undergraduate and graduate biblical training $13.9m
1936
36 Pacific Northwest College of Arts 1241 N.W. Johnson St.
Portland 97209 503.226.4391
Dr. Thomas Manley
Private art/design college
634
8,510
57
8
Bachelor of fine arts, Masters of fine arts, continuing education certificate program $11.4m
1909
37 National College of Natural Medicine 049 S.W. Porter St.
Portland 97201 503.552.1555
David J. Schleich, Ph.D.
Private college
509
517
NA
106
"Degree programs: Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) and Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM); Master of Acupuncture (MAc)" $15.6m
1956
38 Northwest Christian University 828 11th Ave. E.
Eugene 97401 877.463.6622
Dr. Joe Womack
Private university
508
555
120
39
Liberal arts, business and management, teacher education, ministry, school and professional counseling, MBA ND
1895
39 Oregon Coast Community College 400 S.E. College Way
Newport 97366 541.265.2283
Dr. Patrick O'Connor
Community college
410
902
75
NA
Business mgmt., sciences, arts, small business dev., languages, computers, aquarium sci., marine interp., allied health; nursing, GED, ESOL $4.0m
1987
40 Columbia Gorge Community College 400 E. Scenic Dr.
The Dalles 97058 541.506.6000
Dr. Frank K. Toda
Community college
326
1,231
163 (associate degrees awarded June '09)
NA
Nursing, renewable energy technology, medical assisting, associate of arts Oregon transfer $9.3m
1977
41 Klamath Community College 7390 S. 6th St.
Klamath Falls 97603 541.882.3521
Gerald Hamilton
Community college
310
1,265
124
NA
Administrative office, auto technology, business administration, construction management, criminal justice, diesel technology, early childhood education, educational assistant, health sciences, natural resource systems, technical studies, welding $20.0m
1996
42 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Portland Campus 7705 N.E. Airport Way, Ste. 201
Portland 97218 503.288.8690
Jenifer Stevens (Director)
Private university
268
334
12
1
"BS in technical mgmt., prof. aeronautics, transportation; Master of aeronautical sci.; Credits may be awarded for military exp., prof. licenses " ND
1926
43 Oregon College of Oriental Medicine 10525 S.E. Cherry Blossom Dr.
Portland 97216 503.253.3443
Michael Gaeta, EdD
Private grad school
229
ND
NA
74
Oriental medicine and acupuncture, Shiatsu and Tuina massage, Qigong and Taiji $5.0m
1983
44 Tillamook Bay Community College 4301 Third St.
Tillamook 97141 503.842.8222
Jon Carnahan
Community college
110
ND
16
NA
Business and workforce training, nursing, career and technical programs, AAOT transfer degree, and several professional certificate programs ND
1981
45 New Hope Christian College (formerly Eugene Bible College) 2155 Bailey Hill Rd.
Eugene 97405 541.485.1780
Wayne Cordeiro
Private university
101
147
30
NA
Church ministries, Christian education, Christian counseling $1.5m
1925
46 Emporia State Univ., School of Library & Info. Mgmt. 1020 S.W. Taylor, Ste. 447
Portland 97205 503.223.8280
Pierina Parise (Director)
Public grad school
50
70
NA
30
Master’s of library science (MLS) obtained through weekend classes held once a month at Portland State University ND
ND
47 Gutenberg College 1883 University St.
Eugene 97403 541.683.5141
David Crabtree
Private college
31
31
4
NA
Classical education, ‘Great Books’ curriculum ND
ND


 

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