University of Portland (UP) was founded in 1901 and affiliated with the Congregation of Holy Cross. The university has approximately 4,200 students.
The University of Portland has campus located near St. Johns. It offers different majors like arts science, a graduate school; and schools of business, education, engineering, and nursing. It is the largest corporation in North Portland and has an annual economic impact on Portland of some $170 million. It has around 13,000 alumni live in the Portland metropolitan area.
After financial losses in 1893, Portland University vacated the Bluff Campus and started taking classes East Portland from 1896 to 1897.
To know more about University of Portland: Ranking, Notable Alumni, Admission Process, Acceptance Rate, Fees, Courses, Majors please refer below article.
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University of Portland Notable Alumni
|Jules Boykoff, professor of politics at Pacific University|
|Robert E. Glennen, 13th president of Emporia State University|
|John Henry Merryman, Nelson Bowman Sweitzer and Marie B. Sweitzer Professor of Law at Stanford Law School|
|Michael Merzenich, neuroscientist and Professor at the University of California, San Francisco|
|Art and literature|
|Jean M. Auel, author|
|Walter “Walt” Dawson, national spokesperson for the Alzheimer’s Association|
|Edward Kelly, bishop of Boise|
|Mel White, clergyman and writer on LGBT Christian issues|
Tuition & Fees
|2021-2022 Charges per Semester||Cost|
|Full-time (12 or more credit hours)||$24,712.00|
|Part-time (1 to 11 credit hours, per credit hour)||$1,548.00|
|Graduate Tuition (per credit hour)|
|College of Arts & Sciences|
|Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry||$663.00|
|Master of Fine Arts||$663.00|
|School of Engineering|
|Master of Engineering||$1,326.00|
|Master of Biomedical Engineering||$1,326.00|
|Post Baccalaureate Professional Degree in Computer Science||$960.00|
University of Portland Acceptance Rate
The university acceptance rate is 76.7%