Passion & Purpose
Class of 2014
Class of 2014
Fostering Intellectual Curiosity and Achievement
Willamette educates 1,800 enterprising, high-achieving undergraduates in the College of Liberal Arts. We are nationally recognized for leadership in sustainability and our focus on social responsibility — qualities that reflect our Northwest values and our deeply held motto, "Not unto ourselves alone are we born."
Our rigorous academic program will help you develop your talents in an environment that cultivates creativity, critical thinking and a global perspective. Willamette professors are celebrated teachers and noted scholars who — above all else — are committed to your success. As a Willamette graduate, you will be equipped to succeed and be accountable to yourself, your community and the future.
Premier Legal Education in the Pacific Northwest
Willamette University College of Law emphasizes teaching excellence, faculty-student interaction, and a student-faculty ratio of 15-to-1. Our select enrollment of fewer than 430 creates an intellectual intimacy unmatched by most law schools, and our students gain practical training through simulation-based courses, moot court competitions, trial practice and externship placements.
Students can earn a JD, joint JD/MBA or LLM in Dispute Resolution or Transnational Law. We also offer certificates in:
The MBA Designed for Career Entry, Change or Advancement
- Full-Time MBA Formats
- MBA for Professionals: An evening program designed to meet the needs of students who are fully employed. (Portland or Salem)
- Executive Development Center: Customized workshops and certificate programs for specific organizations, industries or functional groups.
Theatre unveils new season lineup Dramas, comedies and musicals are showing at Willamette from October through early May.
Colleges launch a three-campus course Foodsystems Northwest course connects colleges, students and sustainable agriculture.
Researchers examine brain development A professor and her students are studying the impact of family training on preschoolers' development.
Farm visit provides hands-on lessons Students at the Summer Institute in Sustainable Agriculture debate food policy as they work on farms.
Track star earns All-America honors Bekah Daniel '14 joins other alumnae named as Capital One Academic America winners.
Richard C. Elliott: Primal Op
May 31 – Aug 24 [Details]
John James Audubon: The Birds of America
Aug 2 – Oct 26 [Details]
In the Media
Field school students in NatGeo
National Geographic (Jul 23)
Consortium offers first joint course
The Seattle Times (Jul 21)
Diller addresses legal conflict
The Oregonian (Jul 13)
Buis Michaux discusses primaries
Statesman Journal (Jul 11)