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Location
McMinnville, OR
Undergrads
1,633
Tuition
$34,328
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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4 College Sophomore

Facilities: It has been great, have met some great friends! Love the campus, security seems to be great, they are always out going around campus. There are alot of campus events and traditions, even though I don't go to hardly any..

4 College Sophomore

Facilities: The facilities and campus is absolutely great. The whole campus itself is stunning. The buildings with classrooms are accommodating and nice. There is definitely a good variety. There are a lot of housing options as well, both modern and older. The library is a great place to study.

4 College Junior

Facilities: we have the most beautiful campus and landscaping, i have received countless compliments from family, strangers and friends of the family on the beauty of the campus. our football team, softball team and baseball team attract plenty of attention and fans and energy during their games. we are also in a unique location at the heart of Oregon's wine country, and close to both the coastal beaches and also Portland, the largest city in Oregon.
Linfield's nursing and education programs are also renowned and incredibly successful.

3 College Junior

Facilities: we have the prettiest campus, the buildings and greenery are impeccable and charming. the athletic center is mediocre at best, and it has ridiculous hours of operation (it closes at 8pm). the library is nice and offers inter-library book loans, campus events hardly draw large crowds (we are a school of less than 2000 students, mind you) but the activities are generally pleasant if you can manage to drag yourself there.

3 College Freshman

Facilities: The Greek life is pretty popular, however, only some people join that.

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Rankings View more rankings . . .

  • 49th
    Best Library
  • 137th
    Best Performance Venues
  • 177th
    Greenest Campuses
  • 241st
    Best Athletic Facilities
  • 969th
    Best Student Centers

Student Author OverviewWhat's This?

Jennifer Mui-Chan
Hometown
San Francisco
Major
Business
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The facilities on campus are really nice and include traditional brick buildings, ivy, and oak grove—basically exactly how a college should look. The library is especially beautiful, fairly new, and houses a good amount of research material to check out, as well as an ample supply of computers. There are also plenty of useful centers on campus to help students with anything from study tips, tutoring, or help with writing papers. The athletic center has plenty of good equipment, but the weight room is small and could use some upgrading.

Linfield is a beautiful campus, often described as lovely with an East Coast feel. There are up-to-date laboratories, equipment, and research spaces, which are provided for both general and advanced studies. The Health and Physical Education and Recreation Complex houses gymnasiums, weight rooms, fitness laboratories with a hydrostatic weighing tank, a metabolic and pulmonary measuring system, and an electrocardiovascular exercise ECG system. The Maxwell Field/Memorial Stadium is home to football and track and field teams, with natural grass surrounded by an all-weather track. The Roy Helser Field is used primarily for the baseball team, which has natural grass and lights.

Facts & Statistics

Service & Maintenance Staff
42
Campus Size
193 acres
Student Centers
Riley Student Center
Campus Library?
Yes
Main Libraries
Jereld R. Nicholson Library
Popular Places to Chill
  • Catty Shack
  • Jazzman's
Bar on Campus
None
Bowling on Campus
None
Coffeehouse on Campus
Yes, O'Riley's Café has been renovated, and a lot of kids like hanging out with friends to either have coffee, or grab a bite to eat. The tables, chairs, sofas, and lounge area are new and updated.
Movie Theater on Campus
Yes. There are free movies offered at Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall. There is also a movie theater close to campus-3rd Street Pizza, which is a pizza joint that also has a movie theater.
"Green" Initiatives
Linfield has a commitment to sustainability, and its contribution consists of reducing carbon footprints through green building standards and energy conservation. Buildings have been retrofitted for energy efficiency, and all major capital projects are required to meet LEED standards. Linfield is also one of the first colleges in the Northwest to partner with a car sharing program that reduces the number of personal vehicles on the road. In addition, there is a student organization called Greenfield that delivers free energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs in exchange for incandescent bulbs.
School Slang
  • Campo: Campus police
  • CatNet: Linfield's wireless network
  • IM field: Intramural field
  • KSigg: Kappa Sigma fraternity
  • LCS: Linfield Campus Security
  • The Ob: Linfield convenience store
  • OSU: Oregon State University
  • Pio: Pioneer Hall
  • Prospies: Prospective students
  • Rush: Period where fraternities and sororities recruit new members
  • U of O: University of Oregon
Traditions
  • Homecoming week: There are numerous activities that take place during Homecoming week, from various pre-football parties, after-game parties, dances, dinners, and a barbecue hosted by alumni.
  • Linfield Luau: Linfield's Luau has also been a tradition featured for more than 36 years, which includes a menu of kalua pig, teriyaki chicken, lomi salmon, steamed rice, tossed greens, fresh pineapple, haupia, coconut cake, and fruit punch. The entertainment portion consists of professional Polynesian dancers, a drum ceremony with various Hawaiian fire performances, as well as performers from the Hawaiian Club.
  • Oregon Nobel Laureate Symposium: One of only five in the world, this symposium brings to campus Nobel laureates versed on a variety of subjects for public and classroom discussion.
  • Spring Sing: The Spring Sing is a long-time tradition where students get together to write songs connected to the College and then perform them in front of a panel of judges. Because the songs are about students' memories and experiences, everyone connects to the songs, which brings about an audience full of roaring laughter. The two-part competition involves a contest between the residence halls and the suburb apartments, and the second portion concentrates on the music composition. The winners come away with their song published in Linfield's famous songbook.
  • Toga Party: Everyone dresses in a Greek toga, and the fun begins!
  • Wildstock: An end-of-the-year festival with great food and a fantastic concert with well-known bands.
Urban Legends
There is a legend from the Linfield Review that the oldest building at Linfield College, Pioneer Hall (dedicated in 1883), was used as a prank by a few students who took a live cow up the stairs of its attic; however, the cow did not have enough room to turn around and could not back down the stairs, and unfortunately had to be removed in an unfortunate way.
Favorite Things To Do
Attend a "Cat Cab," where professional rock bands, jazz artists, comedians, and various performers entertain students. You can also check out a play at the campus theater for only $5. Hang out, study, or meet up with a lunch date at Jazzman's, one of Linfield's cafés. Get involved with the parties hosted by the fraternities or sororities. Every Saturday night, the Linfield Activities Board hosts free movies in the Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall. You can also head out to the game room in Riley to challenge friends at air hockey, pingpong, and video games. There is also a number of other activities such as swimming, hiking, exercising, tennis, or basketball. Other options include attending varsity games with your friends to cheer on your Wildcat teams.
Student Organizations Web Site
www.linfield.edu/aslc/files/clubs.html
Student Newspaper
The Linfield Review
www.linfield.edu/linfield-review/
Clubs and Organizations on Campus
There are plenty of organizations and clubs for students to get involved with, such as Circle K, Habitat for Humanity, Greenfield, Fusion, Model United Nations, Pre-Law Club, the radio station, the Linfield Republicans, and the list goes on. Plus, it isn't difficult to start a new club.
Student Activities Offered
  • Campus ministries
  • Choral groups
  • Concert band
  • Dance
  • Drama/theater
  • International student organization
  • Jazz band
  • Literary magazine
  • Model UN
  • Music ensembles
  • Musical theater
  • Opera
  • Pep band
  • Radio station
  • Student government
  • Student newspaper
  • Student-run film society
  • Symphony orchestra
ROTC
Air Force ROTC: Yes
Navy ROTC: No
Army ROTC: No

Student Polls

Rate the campus facilities in the following areas    Based on 36 responses

Very poor
Excellent
  • Athletics/recreation
  • Classrooms
  • Computer labs
  • Dining
  • General aesthetics/architecture of campus
  • "Green" buildings/initiatives
  • Housing
  • Lawns/green space
  • Library
  • Modernity of facilities
  • Performing arts
  • Science/research labs
  • Student center
  • Study spots
  • Visual arts (work spaces, galleries)

How would you describe the student center/union?    Based on 49 responses

  • 6% The student center is in need of a major renovation.
  • 31% The student center serves its purpose but is not a popular hangout.
  • 45% The student center is great but isn't central to student life.
  • 18% The student center is state-of-the-art and the hub of student life.

What is your overall opinion of your school and the campus community?    Based on 36 responses

  • 3% I hate my school and have no school spirit.
  • 0% The school community is okay-we're all just here for an education, nothing more.
  • 64% I like mostly everything about my school, but there are some things I wish were different.
  • 33% I love everything about my school and have a lot of campus pride.

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