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Multnomah University

United States
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About Multnomah University

Multnomah University’s mission is to equip Christian students through higher education to become biblically competent, academically proficient, spiritually formed, and culturally engaged servant leaders, shaped to be a transforming force in the church, community, and world.

Our vision is to become a globally influential biblical university that dynamically shapes Christian students into ambassadors of Jesus Christ, saturated in Scripture and ready to serve.

Campus information

Multnomah's Portland campus beautifully landscaped, 25-acre campus is a bustling community with activity almost year-around. Housing options for undergraduate, graduate, and seminary students and their families give Multnomah a close knit, family atmosphere. The campus also hosts conferences, youth activities, and other events over the course of the year.

Multnomah Reno-Tahoe campus is a fully-equipped teaching site offering quality, accredited undergraduate, seminary and graduate courses. The Reno-Tahoe campus was the first extension of Multnomah's Portland, Oregon campus and is the only accredited Christian institution of higher education in Nevada.

Multnomah is located just 10 minutes from the Portland International Airport, and within five minutes of both I-205 and I-84.

Multnomah is located in Northeast Portland, however our students often commute cross-city or carpool to churches throughout the Portland area.

Accommodation

Aldrich Halls
The Aldrich Halls house traditional undergraduate students, primarily Freshmen and Sophomores. Women are in the North building, and men are in the South building. All rooms are double occupancy.

Memorial Hall
Upperclassmen, non-traditional and graduate-level students live in Memorial Hall. Men and women are separated by wing. Standard rooms are single occupancy. Some suite options are available.

The upstairs is occupied by traditional undergrads, ages 20+.

The downstairs is occupied by graduate, seminary, degree completion, and older traditional undergrads (age 26+).

Ambassador Apartments
The Ambassador is comprised of shared apartments available to students ages 21 and older. Both single- and double-bedroom occupancies are available. Units are divided by gender and general stage of life. The Student Life department houses an Ambassador interest list that students can use to find roommates.

Goodrick-Spencer Apartments
Built in 2002, this complex is comprised of 23 2-bedroom apartments reserved for married students and students with families.

Newton-Peter Scruggs Townhomes
Built in 1995 and comprised of 52 studio, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units reserved for married students and students with families. Units are situated around a courtyard in which makes children’s play and connecting with the community easy!

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 2 Business and Management 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Education and Teaching 1 English Language 1 Health and Medicine 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1

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