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1 By: McKinley Berg

2 WEBSITES Main Website: Academics: Campus Life:

3 LOCATION 5000 N. Willamette Blvd., Portland, OR Closest City: Portland, Oregon– about a ten minutes drive to downtown Portland Distance from San Diego: 18 hours 12 minutes 1,084.4 mi - I-5 N

4 SIZE Five different schools on the 165 acre campus College of Arts and Sciences School of Business Administration School of Education School of Engineering School of Nursing

5 ENVIRONMENT Co-ed An independent, four-year Catholic institution in Portland, Oregon affiliated with the Congregation of Holy Cross. Priests and brothers have been dedicated to educating students since it’s founding in France in 1837

6 ENVIRONMENT 3,259 undergraduate and 551 graduate students 205 full-time professors 116 part time professors Student- Faculty Ratio 13:1

7 PICTURES OF CAMPUS

8 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS The freshman class of 2010 entered the University with an average SAT score of 1191 with the middle 50 percent from An average ACT score of 26 with the middle 50 percent from Average high school GPA of 3.67 Admission to one of the 5 undergraduate schools is based on your high school academic record, test scores, recommendation from a teacher or counselor, a writing sample, and your personal achievements.

9 ADMISSION REQUIREMENT September 1 st : Application for admission accepted January 15 th : deadline for freshman application and for the transfer nursing application May 1 st : Postmark deadline for enrollment confirmation and housing deposit (for freshmen and nursing transfers) August 1 st : Priority deadline for transfer applications (except nursing)

10 EXPENSES Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 (charges per semester) Full-time Undergraduate (12 or more credit hours)* $16, Part-time Undergraduate (1 to 11 credit hours, per credit hour) $1, Graduate (per credit hour) ** $940.00

11 EXPENSES Undergraduate Education***, Engineering and Nursing (per credit hour) $50.00 Additional Fees for Full-time Undergraduates: Student Government Fee $70.00 Health Insurance (full-time undergraduate only unless waived before the deadline) $980.00

12 EXPENSES Music-Private lessons (per credit hour) $ Summer Session: –Consult Summer Session Catalog for tuition schedule and fees Total Tuition for was $33,640 + Room and Board (most popular package) $9,965 ____________ $43,605

13 FINANCIAL AID Almost 96% of full-time undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid Over $85 million is used in financial aid for students January 1 st : First day FAFSA can be filed March 1 st : Priority date for completed FAFSA at the university July 1 st : Priority date for completing loan application process for fall semester July 1 st : Priority deadline for submitting requested additional information such a verification documents for fall semester pid=453&gd=yes

14 HOUSING All Residence Halls Standard Room $2, Single Room $3, Double/Single $3, Residence hall damage deposit: $ Private Bath Amenities Charge: 1 person” $ people $ people $ people $45.00

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16 PICTURES OF HOUSING

17 MEAL PLAN Level 1 – $1, in Dining Dollars $1, Level 2 – $1, in Dining Dollars $2, Level 3 – $1, in Dining Dollars $2, Level 4 - $2, in Dining Dollars $3,065.00

18 ACTIVITIES Academic Clubs Multicultural Clubs Special Interest Groups ROTC Club Sports

19 ACADEMIC CLUBS Accounting Association ACT UP American Chemical Society Association for Computing Machinery Baja Club Christian Business Student Association Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers Operations Management Association Philosophy Club Pre-Dental Student Association Social Science Club Society of Women Engineers Student Association of Social Workers Student Nurses Association

20 MULTICULTURAL CLUBS Black Student Union French Club German Culture Guam Club Hawai'i Club International Club Latin Dance Club Mariachi Performance Club (Los Chavos) Movimiento Estudiantil de Chicanos de Astlan (M.E.Ch.A.) Minnesota Club Native American Club Organización Latinoamericana Estudiantil (O.L.E.)

21 CLUB SPORTS Crew Club Men's Water Men's Ultimate Frisbee Tennis Club Volleyball Club Women's Lacrosse Women's Soccer Women's Ultimate Frisbee Women’s Water Polo

22 FACILITIES BUCKLEY CENTER FRANZ HALL AUDITORIUMS OTHER FACILITIES Buckley 163 Chiles Arena Chiles Classroom Chiles Hall of Fame Chiles Mezzanine Commons (Main Dining Room) Commons Terrace Commons Teske Room FH Murphy Conference Room

23 CAMPUS VISITS Standard Visit: Campus Tour - Led by current students Monday-Friday 10:30, 12:30 and 2:30 Counselor Information Session - Meet with an admissions representative Monday-Friday 9:30, 11:30, 1:30, 3:30 (year-round)

24 CAMPUS VISITS Group Visits: We are happy to accommodate up to 30 students at one time. To set up a group visit, please contact Maria Olivia at or Please arrange your visit at least 3 weeks before your arrival date.

25 ACADEMICS Is my major offered? Yes, a bachelor's degree in Biology is offered Accreditation National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)

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