Our Main Campus
Our main campus in Newberg, Oregon is a 108-acre, tree-shaded property featuring landscaped grounds, a rose garden, a grassy quad ideal for study or a game of Spikeball, and the lush wooded Hess Creek Canyon.
The campus' more than 70 buildings include a student center, outdoor sports stadium for football and track, maker hub creative design space, 1,150-seat auditorium, on-campus student housing, and much more. We just call it home.
Home to our main campus, Newberg is a suburban town of about 23,000 situated in the heart of the beautiful Willamette Valley and is rated among the top 10 “safest cities in Oregon” by SafeWise, a community-focused safety organization.
The town is home to 11 city parks, including a skate park and disc golf courses, and numerous coffee shops, restaurants, boutiques, a state-of-the art aquatics center, and a drive-in movie theater.
Situated along the banks of the Willamette River, the city is a prime spot for outdoor adventures, including kayaking, paddleboarding or hiking on any number of nature trails.
Our Portland Center, located off I-5 near Tigard, is home to Portland Seminary, our graduate counseling programs, and degree-completion programs for working adults. The center also offers Master of Arts in Teaching courses and our part-time MBA program.
Our Salem Site offers master’s degrees in counseling and teaching (MAT) programs to residents in the mid-Willamette Valley.
Our Redmond Site serves Central Oregon, including Redmond and Bend, with education programs taught at Ridgeview High School for those who want to become a teacher or school administrator.
Oregon stretches from the Pacific Coast, over the Coast Range, through the fertile Willamette Valley, past the snow-capped Cascades, and into the high-desert country of central and eastern Oregon. It’s a spectacular state, so it’s no surprise that tourism is one of Oregon’s largest industries, along with high technology, forest products and agriculture.
Our largest city, Portland, is home to the Old Town district, the Tom McCall Waterfront Park, numerous art galleries and museums, a number of theatre groups and jazz clubs, Powell’s City of Books, the Portland Trail Blazers, and a world-class symphony, ballet, and opera. It’s also a prime place to find high-end coffee and donuts!
Snow-capped mountains are about a two-hour drive from our Newberg campus, and Oregon's rugged coastal beaches are just a little more than an hour away.