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Eugene, Oregon - Colleges and Universities

University of Oregon

The University of Oregon, founded in 1876, is a NCAA Division I public university with a student population of over 23,000. There are over 260 academic programs available along with 33 research centers and institutes, which embrace both liberal arts and science curriculums. The lush 295-acre campus is easy to navigate and explore and provides plenty of spots to study. Visit www.uoregon.edu to learn more about the University, or to schedule a tour. For more information, visit http://uoregon.edu/.

Lane Community College

Nestled in an evergreen forest in Eugene, Lane Community College is a two-year college that was established in 1964. The classes offered at LCC are career and technical programs that focus in numerous different areas, including Accounting, Dental Assisting and Hygiene, Nursing, Graphic Design, and Paralegal Studies. LCC also has satellite campuses in downtown Eugene, Cottage Grove, and Florence. Learn more about LCC by visiting www.lanecc.edu.

Northwest Christian University

Neighbor to the University of Oregon, Northwest Christian University is a private, liberal arts school affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and Christian Churches/Churches of Christ. They believe in integrating education and faith. Some of their most popular majors are Teacher Education (K-12), Business Administration, Psychology, Exercise Science, and Music Industry. For more information, see www.northwestchristian.com.

Gutenberg College

Founded in 1994, Gutenberg is a classical “Great Books” college which offers a low tutor (professor) to student ratio and employs a guided discussion rather than lecture methodology. Rather than reading textbooks about subjects, students read the original works of great thinkers themselves. Gutenberg College seeks to cultivate a Christian worldview in an atmosphere fostering free discussion. Visit http://www.gutenberg.edu/ for more information.

New Hope Christian College

New Hope Christian College is an interdenominational college. Historically, it maintains a strong relationship with the Open Bible Standard Churches from which New Hope Christian College was birthed in 1925. However, its students form a broad representation from many denominations. Its programs include Christian counseling, creative arts and ministry leadership. For more information, visit http://www.newhope.edu/.

Pacific University

Originally founded in 1849 in Forrest Grove, OR, Pacific University is a private, liberal arts and sciences school with multiple campuses in Oregon, including one in Eugene. The downtown Eugene campus only offers a two-year Education & Learning major, which provides practical skills, experience and knowledge to their students. Classes can be taken in the evening or at night. To find out more, go to http://www.pacificu.edu/coe/.

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