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Office of the Dean

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Beyond the Classroom

Study Abroad


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Get to work right away with opportunities to translate your knowledge into action.

Undergraduate Research


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Career Development


Turn knowledge into action. Innovate industry-crossing ideas. Start something new.


Choose the right campus activities to help you create the future you want.

  • Institute for Healthcare Improvement and Pre-Health Club
  • Service Learning
  • Willamette Emergency Medical Services (WEMS)
  • Burning Bright
  • The Collegian
  • Women in Computer Science
  • Zena Farm Club
Student Engagement and Leadership

Go Bearcats!

Study hard and play hard. At Willamette, we believe academics and athletics are strongest together.

Mark O. Hatfield Library

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Academic Calendar

Find key semester dates and deadlines.

  • 1859

    First Graduate

    In a time when women were frequently barred from college, Emily York is Willamette's first graduate.

  • 1976

    Female political pioneer

    Trailblazer Norma Paulus advanced women's rights, education and environmental protection. In 1976, she became Oregon's first female secretary of state.

  • 1997

    Special Teams

    Liz Heaston was the first female to play and score in a college football game. Since 1997, Willamette has had two more female kickers.

  • 1935

    First Black graduate

    George Cannady was a Senior Scholar who was involved in football and track. He later became an attorney in Los Angeles.

  • 2017

    Resilience Baked In

    Carina Corner has grown through her experiences of cancer and navigating a sighted-world as a blind person. She's founded a Scandinavian-inspired, vegan bakery in Beaverton where she employs people with disabilities.


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