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Discover how we're creating the interdisciplinary and interconnected education of the future.

The Willamette Edge enhances your ability to view new and complex challenges through multiple perspectives. You’ll learn to think across multiple disciplines, making connections between subjects, borders, socioeconomic conditions, and varying ways of life.

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The Breakdown

We've got the numbers. Take a closer look at our stats to see how we stack up.

  • Students to Faculty

    In the Nation for Student/Faculty Interaction

    in PNW for Social Mobility

    Fulbright and National Scholars Each Year

  • 1859

    First Graduate

    In a time when women were frequently barred from college, Emily York is Willamette's first graduate.

  • 1976

    First female elected official

    A political powerhouse and trailblazer, Norma Paulus advanced women’s rights, education and environmental protection. In 1976, she became the first woman to be elected to statewide office in Oregon as secretary of state.

  • 1997

    Special Teams

    Liz Heaston was the first female to play and score in a college football game. Since 1997, Willamette has had two more female kickers.

  • 1935

    First Black graduate

    George Cannady was a Senior Scholar who was involved in football and track. He later became an attorney in Los Angeles.

  • 2017

    Resilience Baked In

    Carina Corner has grown through her experiences of cancer and navigating a sighted-world as a blind person. She's founded a Scandinavian-inspired, vegan bakery in Beaverton where she employs people with disabilities.