University Quick Facts

Founded

1842


University Type

Private university with an undergraduate liberal arts college and two professional graduate schools in law and management


President

Stephen E. Thorsett


Enrollment, Oct. 2019*

  • Undergraduate: 1,624
  • Joint Degree, JD/MBA, BA/JD, BA/MBA: 60
  • College of Law: 331
  • Atkinson Graduate School of Management: 164
  • Total: 2,179

Degree Programs


Degrees Awarded, 2019–20*

  • Undergraduate: 382
  • MBA, MBAP: 109
  • JD, LLM, MLS: 114
  • Total: 605

Tuition and Fees


Budget and Endowment, 2019–20

  • Operating budget: $80.2 million
  • Endowment: $246.2 million
  • Sponsored research: $680,000
  • CARES Act grants: $1,585,000

Employees, June 2020

  • Faculty: 247
  • Staff: 438
  • Total: 685

Alumni

  • 29,191 located in the U.S. and 84 other countries
  • 69% live in Oregon, Washington or California

Campus


Global Partnerships

  • Co-located with Tokyo International University of America, the American campus of Willamette’s Japanese sister university
  • In a typical school year, more than 40 percent of Willamette’s undergraduates earn credit abroad through opportunities in more than 40 countries
  • Approximately 7% of Willamette’s undergraduate and graduate students were international students (2019–20)

Athletics


Accreditations

  • Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
  • University Senate of The United Methodist Church
  • National Association of Schools of Music
  • American Bar Association
  • Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International
  • National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA)

Recognition

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*More Information

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