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Oregon Colleges and Universities


Looking for a west coast college town with a view? Oregon is a jewel in the Pacific Northwest, rich in natural resources, rugged coastlines, wild rivers, active volcanoes, and big city pleasures. Whether windsurfing along the Columbia River Gorge, skiing on Mount Hood, beachcombing in Canon Beach, or catching a professional basketball game in Portland, Oregon residents keep busy all year round. Salem is the capital of the Beaver State, but Portland is where the action is, from fine dining, music, and nightlife to museums and river festivals.

Those seeking an education center won't be let down in Oregon, which offers a wide range of public and private colleges and universities for its student population, ranging from state-supported schools to private religious colleges. Founded in 1872, The University of Oregon provides comprehensive educational programs from its main campus in Eugene. Corvallis-based Oregon State University has grown exponentially since 1868, when it was founded as the state's agricultural college.


Total Number of Oregon Schools: 98

# of Public Schools: 27
# of Private Schools: 71


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