Linfield College Consumer Information Index
Federal regulations require universities to provide consumer information to students, families, faculty and staff. The links below will provide you with detailed information regarding each topic.
About Linfield (General Institutional Information)
Complaints, Grievances, and Problem Resolution
Options within Linfield College
Options Outside of Linfield College
- If you have concerns about education quality and that are not resolved by processes within Linfield, you may contact Linfield's accrediting organizations. A complete list of accrediting agencies with addresses and phone numbers may be found here. The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) accredits the entire institution.
- Consumer and other civil complaints may be filed with the Oregon Department of Justice at their consumer complaints page
Current Degree Programs
Financial Aid Information
Health and Safety
Instructional Laboratory and Other Physical Facilities
Plans for College Improvement
Refund and Withdrawal Policies
Room and Board Costs
All room and board costs for all locations are detailed in the Linfield College Catalog, page 23 in the 2013-2014 edition.
For further information or for disaggregation by gender, major race and ethnic subgroups, recipients of Pell Grants, recipients of a subsidized loan who did not receive a Pell Grant, and students who did not receive a Pell Grant or a subsidized Stafford Loan, please contact Jennifer Ballard, Director of Institutional Research, 503-883-2509 or Kathy Cook, Secretary, 503-883-2561 or e-mail Institutional Research.
- Types of employment obtained by graduates
- Transfer out rates (Student Right-to-Know Act)
Although students do transfer from Linfield to other institutions, Linfield's mission is to serve students who are completing their degrees and certificates at Linfield; no transfer-out rates are calculated.
- Graduation rates for student receiving athletically related aid
Linfield College does not provide athletically related aid.
Teacher Program Preparation Report
All institutions that prepare teachers for initial state certification or licensure are required to report annually to the state and to the general public. The federal Department of Education makes these reports public at the state and institutional level. These reports may be found at the Department of Education website, Title II Higher Education Act. Please select the State of Oregon to review all Oregon institutions including Linfield College.
Tuition and Fees
Additional Consumer Information