Springfield, Oregon (OR) Colleges and Universities

There 6 colleges and universities within a 25-mile radius of Springfield, Oregon. To decide whether one of them meets your educational needs, check out data on location, student population, net price, and graduation rate.

If you are considering one of the institutions near Springfield, Oregon, looking at information from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) can help you make your college decision.

Closest Schools to Springfield, Oregon

There are no non-specialty schools in the town of Springfield, but it is located only a few miles from Eugene, which is home to two universities and a community college. Here are the non-specialty schools in the area.

  • University of Oregon (2.9 miles)
  • Northwest Christian University (3.1 miles)
  • Lane Community College (6.9 miles)

Largest Schools near Springfield, Oregon

The size of the school you attend can have a significant impact on your education experience. While larger schools may be able to offer a wider range of academic and extracurricular opportunities, smaller schools tend to have smaller class sizes that facilitate individualized instruction. In the Springfield area, you can choose between a large public university, a midsize community college, and a very small private institution.

  • University of Oregon (24,032 students)
  • Lane Community College (8,583 students)
  • Northwest Christian University (740 students)

Schools with Lowest Net Price

Affordability plays into the college decision for many students, so it can be helpful to look at a school's net price. In order to determine this number, the NCES subtracts the average financial aid package from the total cost of attendance for a full-time undergraduate student. The following were the 2014-2015 net prices for the schools in the Springfield area.

  • Lane Community College ($7,551 per year)
  • University of Oregon ($15,128 per year)
  • Northwest Christian University ($20,295 per year)

Schools with Highest Graduation Rates

A school's graduation rate can provide a general idea of the quality of education an institution offers. The NCES reports graduation rates based on the proportion of full-time undergraduate students who finish within 150% of the expected completion time. Data from students who finished in 2015 were used to calculate the following graduation rates for the Springfield-area schools.

  • University of Oregon (71%)
  • Northwest Christian University (53%)
  • Lane Community College (12%)

In summary, students who want to study in the Springfield, Oregon, area can choose between the University of Oregon, Lane Community College, and Northwest Christian University.

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