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Oregon State University

Oregon State University is an international public institution located in Corvallis, OR. Originally Corvallis Academy, 150 years and more than 200 degree offerings later, OSU is one of only three universities in the US to have a land-, sea-, space-...

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only school to offer ecologocal engineering at an undergraduate level

” – James from Cedar Knolls, NJ
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Blue Mountain Community College is a 2-year institution with seven campuses and extension sites in northeast Oregon. BMCC is home to 26 academic departments including Veterinary Studies and Paraeducator programs. In addition, the college offers 11...

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Excellent beginner school for those looking to start back to school. The staff is awesome, very helpful. Locations are placed throughout the state as well as online.

” – Brandy from North Powder, OR
Chemeketa Community College

Chemeketa Community College is a public, 2-year institution located in Hayesville, Oregon. The college also maintains a number of satellite locations, which can be found in McMinnville, Brooks, Woodburn, Eola, and Dallas, Oregon. Along with the...

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This school is of course, a community college. Unlike Universities, it offers everyone a chance to interact closer with a professor of counselor. The rate of people whom have successfully passed their classes is pretty high at Chemeketa. It is a good...

” – Linda from Salem, OR
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Linn-Benton Community College is a 2-year institution with a main campus and three extension centers in western Oregon with more than 80 academic degrees and certificates grouped into seven departments known as Meta Majors. LBCC’s Culinary Arts...

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When I enrolled to LBCC I really thought nothing of it. In my head I just thought oh look more school. But after the first year at LBCC I have learned so much and respect and thank every professor I have had and will have in the near future. Thank...

” – Daniel from Sweet Home, OR
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Klamath Community College is a 2-year college in southwest Oregon. KCC is home to five academic departments featuring 22 degree and 25 certificate-granting programs. Additionally, six associate degrees are available entirely online. To challenge...

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I have been attending KCC for a couple of years now and so far I have only had positive experiences. The professors are willing to answer questions and meet with you to help you clear up any confusion. Also, KCC has many tutors available at various...

” – Kendra from Klamath Falls, OR
Treasure Valley Community College

Treasure Valley Community College is a 2-year institution in with four eastern Oregon campuses as well as a facility in western Idaho. TVCC confers degrees and certificates in more than 80 subjects including programs in Helicopter and Fixed-Wing...

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i am learning a lot in classes like speech 111. it's kind of a tough class if you're really shy like i am but the teacher makes it fun because he makes up jokes and funny stories. this class is very important if you're going to be in any field of...

” – Leticia from Wilder, ID
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With campus a short drive from its eponymous bay and the Pacific Ocean, Tillamook Bay Community College is a 2-year institution in western Oregon. TBCC is home to 12 fields of study granting associate degrees and certificates. In addition, the...

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The classes have challenging parts but the teachers are very helpful.

” – Kimberly from Tillamook, OR