Warner Pacific Named a College of Distinction

National College Guide Highlights Colleges that Excel in Student-Focused Education

College of Distinction Warner Pacific 2014-15We are honored that once again Warner Pacific College has been nationally acclaimed as a College of Distinction (2014-15).

Warner Pacific is one of a select group of colleges to earn this prestigious designation, based on our excellence in four distinctions: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant campus communities, and successful outcomes. In fact, only seven colleges in the state of Oregon received this honor.

With our commitment to seeing individuals, families, and communities flourish, we know our students will find their passion and be equipped to serve in their calling whether it is in business, on the basketball court, behind a microphone, or from a pulpit.

Check out and share our page on Colleges of Distinction’s website.


 

About Colleges of Distinction:

Colleges of Distinction is a website and corresponding e-guidebook dedicated to honoring schools nationwide for their excellence in undergraduate-focused higher education. High school college counselors and educators nominate colleges and universities for recognition by Colleges of Distinction, which then evaluates each school based on qualitative and quantitative research. The colleges and universities are not ranked and instead are members of a consortium of other equally impressive schools.

Colleges of Distinction looks beyond rankings and test scores to find colleges that are the ideal places to learn, grow and succeed. The selection process reviews such factors as the school’s first year experience, general education program, experiential components of the curriculum, the strategic plan and alumni success and satisfaction.

“We focus on colleges that are deeply dedicated to students’ learning,” said Tyson Schritter, executive editor of Colleges of Distinction. “Schools designated as ‘Colleges of Distinction’ offer innovative learning experiences that educate, nurture, and transform students.”