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Linfield University Consumer Information Index

Many federal regulations require colleges and universities to provide consumer information to prospective and current students as well as to faculty, staff, and the community. The links below will provide you with detailed information regarding each topic. Paper copies are available upon request.

If you have any questions about the information you find here or need other disclosure information, please contact the Office of University Advancement at 503-883-2217. 

General information


Email is an official means of communication at Linfield. All faculty, students and staff are expected to set up their email access.

Complaints, grievances and problem resolution

Linfield University strives to deliver a high-quality, accredited educational experience for all of its students. Students are encouraged to work with appropriate faculty or staff members to resolve any concerns or issues that arise as soon as possible. Students should become familiar with policies and procedures that are documented in the Linfield University Catalog, the Linfield University Policy and the student handbook relevant to their program. These publications include the basic policies guiding student life as well as the processes by which some academic or administrative decisions may be appealed.

Options beyond Linfield for complaints, grievances, and problem resolution

Constitution Day and citizenship resources

  • Voter registration information is available for Linfield students through the Associated Students of Linfield University (ASLU). Students may also use the federal site for locating information about how to Register to vote or find assistance with registering to vote and voting
  • The Linfield Department of Political Science hosts an annual educational program on or about September 17, Constitution Day, commemorating the September 17, 1787 signing of the United States Constitution. When September 17 falls on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday, Constitution Day will be held during the preceding or following week. The 2021 Constitution Day program will be held virtually on September 20 featuring a guest lecture with Lida Maxwell, Boston University associate professor and author, on the theme "Truth-Telling and the Common Good."

Copyright policies

Current degree programs

Equal opportunity

Financial aid information

Health and safety

Instructional, laboratory and other facilities


The university expects everyone to uphold ethical standards in conducting the business of the college. No employee should engage in conduct that constitutes a substantial misrepresentation of the college, including the nature of its educational programs, financial charges, or the employability of its graduates. Misrepresentation includes any false, erroneous or misleading statement, or a statement that has the likelihood or tendency to mislead or confuse. A substantial misrepresentation is one on which the person to whom it was made can reasonably be expected to rely, or has reasonably relied, to that person’s detriment. Students, prospective students and others who believe they have experienced misrepresentation as described by this policy should contact the dean of students, the vice president for finance and administration, or other appropriate official and report the misrepresentation, seeking help to rectify the matter.


Plans for college improvement

Refund and withdrawal policies

Room and board (meal plan) costs

All room and board costs for all locations are detailed in the current Linfield University Catalog.

Student outcomes

Teacher Education Program (TEP) Preparation Report

2021 Title II Institutional Report

Tuition and fees

Cost of attendance

Vaccination policies

See the health and safety section above.