We value the relationships we’ve cultivated with counselors from across the country. Our goal is the same as yours: helping students choose the college that aligns most closely with their personal style, academic interests and professional goals.
Willamette is a great choice for high-achieving students who thrive in a close-knit learning environment. Students in every major collaborate with professors on cutting-edge research and meaningful work, and they forge lasting friendships in a rich array of activities outside the classroom.
We hope the resources below will give you a greater sense of our academic and social community. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or 503-370-6303 if you have any questions.
Meet our Students
- Total enrollment: 2,288
- Graduate students: 664
- Undergraduates: 1,624
• Men: 42%
• Women: 58%
- Multicultural students: 31%
- Applied: 3,970
- Enrolled: 371
- GPA (middle 50%): 3.7–4.1
- SAT (middle 50%): 1145-1340
- ACT (middle 50%): 24–30
- Test-optional applicants: 21%
- Academic hearths: Spaces where students and professors gather to study, talk and eat together.
- The Learning Commons: Gives students 24/7 access to white/glass boards, projection systems, big screens and comfortable spaces.
- Student Success Hub: Connecting students with the resources they need to succeed.
- Willamette is No. 8 in the nation in terms of student-staff interaction, according to a Wall Street Journal-affiliated ranking.
- Dual-degree programs: Combine a Willamette bachelor’s degree with an MBA or a Law degree from one of our top-ranked graduate programs.
- New majors in public health and data science give students a chance to prepare for careers in two rapidly growing fields. We will soon be offering a master’s degree in data science.
- The addition of minors in business and sustainability create new pathways for future entrepreneurs and change agents.
- Students fulfill part of their general education requirements by taking part in study abroad, research and internship opportunities.
- Our College Colloquium course connects firstyear students with mentors and a dedicated faculty advisor.