Willamette has been a great school for me, it wasn't my first choice but I think that it has become the best place I could have landed. Willamette has a very accepting environment so the best thing you can do is just be yourself.
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This school has changed my life and challenges students to be active in classrooms. Beyond the classroom the school also encourages well-rounded students to participate in everything from sports to social justice issues. They also place a high emphasis on community service and to serve those around us.» Read More
It is a wonderful school that presents a challenge even for those who fared well in High School. I myself found myself struggling in that first semester adjusting to the difficulty, but I now have a deeper appreciation for it and wish to be able to continue my studies here. It is because of this that I think Willamette University is by far the best choice out there.» Read More
Willamette is a small, close-knit community that is known for its sustainability efforts and emphasis on community service. Everyone's friendly and the classes are small, which makes it easier to get help from both your peers and your professors. The resources Willamette offers for its students are countless; they really want you to succeed here.» Read More
The small school is perfect if you're interested in really getting to know your professors and the students who go to school with you. There are a lot of great extracurricular activities that really allow students to get involved in the school. On Campus life is a lot of fun and all the students are wonderful people.» Read More
Willamette is a great mix of intellect and fun; a place where students are encouraged to explore their interests. Not only are the professors supportive and great resources, often asking students to use their first names, but the administration is also committed to helping students. The university is a very familial place.» Read More