$6 million gift will help public health students unlock their potential

Gift from FamilyCare Health and the Heatherington Foundation for Innovation and Education in Health will fund scholarships, internships and a new pre-health director.

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Willamette named ‘Best Value College’ by Princeton Review

University receives high marks for academic quality, affordability and success of alumni.

Student loads brush into truck bed

Willamette celebrates Martin Luther King Day

Bearcats engage in service projects, book club, documentary screening and more events in the spirit of King’s legacy.


Student-run EMS offers great career preparation

Willamette Emergency Medical Service is one of two services of its kind registered in state.

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Emma Giron ’18 is the first Rangel Fellow from Willamette

The program funds a master’s and living expenses for people considering careers in foreign service.

Upcoming event

Atkinson Lecture: Eboo Patel

Feb. 26

Bestselling author and Founding President of Interfaith Youth Core Eboo Patel presents “Diversity is not just the differences you like.”
Eboo Patel speaks from a podium
Upcoming Event

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

Feb. 20–29

Willamette Theatre presents the Royal Shakespeare Company’s explosive hit that dives head-first into modern debates about language, sex and gender.
graphic of a fist that looks like a stained glass window
Upcoming exhibition

John Buck: Prints and Sculpture ...

Jan. 26–March 29

Nationally recognized Montana artist explores global issues via complex iconography layered with multiple meanings.
John Buck's "The Cat" nine color woodcut with hand coloring copyright 2019 John Buck, licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society, NY. photo by Aaron Wessling

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