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About Linfield's McMinnville Campus

A source of brightness

Linfield's main campus in McMinnville, OR consists of more than 60 buildings on 189 pristinely manicured acres. Nestled in between the Oregon coast range and Portland’s metropolitan area right in the heart of the lush Willamette Valley and celebrated wine country.

Linfield and McMinnville have been synonymous since 1858. Both rich in history and relationship, a united sense of community has been established over the years. The charm of downtown has become a destination for many visitors with artisan shops, restaurants and tasting rooms – and it’s well within walking distance of the campus.

Wherever you look, Linfield can be found radiating from our little corner of the Pacific Northwest. Come share the light.

A look around the campus

  • The athletic complex is home to two gyms, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, meeting rooms, spacious locker rooms, treatment center, an all-purpose room, and nearby is a multi-purpose fieldhouse.

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  • Linfield's McMinnville campus is a sprawling 189 picturesque acres located in the heart of the Willamette Valley. The lush landscape and vibrancy of colors every season brings is very true to what you'd envision of the Pacific Northwest.

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  • Pioneer Hall is the original building of the college. Still in use with classrooms, offices and even residence rooms, it overlooks the scenic Oak Grove where commencement has been held for years with no rain.

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  • Linfield University has 16 residence halls and five apartment buildings on the McMinnville campus. They offer a wide variety of living arrangements, furnished spaces varying in size, accommodating between 20-100 guests.

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  • What’s known as the academic quad includes eight buildings overlooking beautiful common grounds. Within these buildings alone there are many classrooms, two lecture halls, a number of large halls and conference rooms, small meeting spaces and Ice Auditorium.

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