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Wall Street Journal, Times Higher Education names WU among top colleges

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Willamette University ranked among the nation’s top colleges in the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education 2022 rankings.

Of nearly 800 institutions, Willamette placed No. 147. Among 12 Oregon colleges and universities named on the list, Willamette earned the second-highest spot.

The WSJ/THE College Rankings are based on 15 performance indicators, including likelihood of graduation, loan pay off, campus diversity and other factors.

The opinions of more than 170,000 current students contribute to the rankings, which focus predominantly on student success.

About the College of Arts & Sciences

Based in Salem, Oregon, Willamette is the premier private university in the Pacific Northwest. Willamette’s beautiful, historic campus — located across the street from the Oregon State Capitol and co-located with Tokyo International University of America — features a residential undergraduate College of Liberal Arts and two professional graduate schools: the College of Law and the Atkinson Graduate School of Management.

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