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Warner Pacific College
Warner pacific college logo.png
Established 1937
Type private, Christian
Endowment $2.95 million
President Dr. Andrea Cook
Students 644
Location Portland, OR, USA
Campus Urban
Colors      Columbia blue
     Black
Affiliations Church of God
Website www.warnerpacific.edu

Warner Pacific College is an urban, Christian liberal arts college located in Southeast Portland, Oregon, United States. Founded in 1937, the college is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. A private school, it is affiliated with the Church of God.

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History

Warner Pacific College was founded in 1937 and is affiliated with the Church of God.[1] Its 15 acre (0.06-km²) urban campus is located on the southern slope of Mount Tabor (adjacent to the 195-acre (0.79 km2) [0.79-km²] Mount Tabor Park.)

Academics

Warner Pacific College's traditional undergraduate program offers 19 majors, four areas of pre-professional study, and 25 minors. For working adults, Warner Pacific College offers its Adult Degree Program with an Associate Degree in Organizational Dynamics, Bachelor Degrees in Business Administration and Human Development, {{fact|date=March 2008}), a Master of Science degree in Management and Organizational Leadership, a Master of Education degree, and a Master of Arts in Teaching degree.

Enrollment totals approximately 1,100 students with a student to faculty ratio of 14:1.[1] Students come to Warner Pacific from 18 states and 9 countries. The on-campus library contains 56,647 volumes.[1]

Athletics

Warner Pacific Knights
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University Warner Pacific College
Conference Cascade Collegiate Conference
NCAA NAIA Division II
Athletics director
Location Portland, OR
Varsity teams 9
Basketball arena
Nickname Knights
Fight song
Colors Columbia blue and Black

             

Homepage Warner Pacific College Athletics

Warner Pacific is an NAIA Division II college, as well as a member of the Cascade Collegiate Conference and associate member of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA).

They field varsity teams in men's and women's basketball, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's track & field, men's and women's golf, and women's volleyball.

Notable alumni

This is a list of notable alumni which includes graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of Warner Pacific College.

See also Warner Pacific College alumni.

Rev. Mel White (1995)
Name Class year Notability Reference
Mel White American clergyman and author who served as a behind-the-scenes member of the Evangelical Protestant movement during the 1960s, '70s, and '80s, writing speeches and ghostwriting books for televangelists such as Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson, and Billy Graham. After years of writing for the Religious Right announced he is gay in 1994. [2]


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