Psychology professor and author Dacher Keltner offers students advice on achieving happiness.Read: Willamette celebrates Class of 2019 during annual convocation ceremony on Aug. 21
Teaching just scratches the surface of all that they do. They challenge, engage, guide and collaborate with students, both in and out of the classroom. And they’re among the best at it — 11 of the 24 Oregon Professors of the Year are from Willamette.Read More See All Willamette Originals
Our professors are the best teachers — and so much more.
Teaching just scratches the surface of all that they do. They challenge, engage, guide and collaborate with students, both in and out of the classroom. And they’re among the best at it — 11 of the 24 Oregon Professors of the Year are from Willamette.Read more See All Willamette Originals
You might call the Gold Man our unofficial mascot.
We like to think of the Oregon State Capitol, courts and state agencies — located only a crosswalk away — as part of our campus, too. Our proximity to state policymaking provides unparalleled opportunities for internships, research and civic engagement.Read more See All Willamette Originals
Why settle for one when you can have two?
Our campus boasts more than a top-ranked undergraduate program — we’ve also got stellar graduate schools in law and management. Our dual-degree programs allow students to combine a liberal arts education with professional preparation and earn two degrees in less time.Read more See All Willamette Originals
Get an intimate look at the rest of the globe — here or abroad.
Taiko drummers at campus events, Japanese roommates, dining hall sushi — it makes you wonder if our Oregon campus was transported to Japan. You can thank our unique partnership with Tokyo International University, just one of many ways we provide a global education.Read more See All Willamette Originals
Our landscape is an unbeatable laboratory.
Located in Oregon’s fertile Willamette Valley, we’re uniquely situated to pursue connections with sustainability and the environment — and our 305acre Zena Forest offers countless possibilities for academic exploration. How many other urban campuses can say they own a forest?Read more See All Willamette Originals