Private Christian liberal arts college
- In 1937, in Spokane, Washington, as Pacific Bible College
- In 1939, the first graduating class consisted of two women who received the Christian Education certificate.
- In 1940, the College moved to Portland.
- In 1959, the College changed its name to Warner Pacific College.
- Read more about Warner Pacific’s history.
- Student to faculty ratio: 11:1
- Full-time faculty: 28
- Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU)
- Degrees Offered: Associate, Baccalaureate (B.A., B.S.), Master’s, Post-Baccalaureate Certifications
- 29 majors
- 27 minors
- 4 pre-professional programs
- 3 graduate programs
- Portland, Oregon
- 6 locations throughout the metro area including Centre 205, Cascade, Tigard, West Portland, SE Portland (main campus), and Vancouver.
- Mt. Tabor Campus sits on 14.5 acres adjacent to 195-acre Mt. Tabor Park
- 10 major buildings including the McGuire Auditorium and Schlatter Chapel
Student Enrollment 2013-14
- 1,442 total students
- 501 traditional undergraduates, 860 Adult Degree Program undergraduate students, and 81 graduate students
- Students from 18 states and 3 countries
- Male to female ratio: 44/56
- Average SAT: 970-1110
- Average ACT: 17-24
- Average High School GPA: 3.25
- 40% of students are transfers
(Traditional Undergraduate Program)
- Tuition and Fees: $20,300
- Books and Supplies: $1,462
- Room and Board: $8,230
- Other Expenses: $3,038
- Percentage of full-time students receiving financial aid (2013-14): 91
- Average financial aid package: $16,136
- According to CollegeBoard, WP’s tuition costs were 33 percent lower than the average four-year private institution in Oregon and Washington.
- Church of God (Anderson, Indiana)
- 27 Christian denominations are represented on campus.
- There are over 9,000 Warner Pacific alumni worldwide.
- WP alumni reside in all 50 states and 29 countries across the globe.
- Member – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), Division II
- Mascot: Knights
- School colors: Columbia blue and black
- Men’s and Women’s Basketball
- Men’s and Women’s Cross Country
- Men’s and Women’s Soccer
- Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field
- Women’s Volleyball
- Men’s and Women’s Golf
- Men’s and Women’s Wrestling (new in 2014)
- Students and staff donated 51,544 hours of service in the 2013-14 academic year (a value of $1,100,464 to Portland communities)
- U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2011 and 2014, Regional West
- President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll
- 2013 winner of the CCCU Andringa Award for Advancing Racial Harmony
- Council of Christian Colleges and Universities
- Council of Independent Colleges
- Oregon Independent Colleges Association
- Oregon Independent Colleges Foundation
- National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities
(updated July 2014)