Oregon College Of Art And Craft

Overview of Oregon College Of Art And Craft

Oregon College of Art and Craft can be found in Portland, OR (a large suburb). The school is a private, not-for-profit institution. The Post-Baccalaureate certificate is the highest degree at Oregon College of Art and Craft.

Areas of Study

The most common majors at the school are in fine arts.

Oregon College of Art and Craft Selectivity

Oregon College of Art and Craft does not have an open admissions system. Not everyone who applies is accepted.


Classes at the school are less crowded than at many schools.

Student Body

In 2007-2008, 139 students were enrolled in Oregon College of Art and Craft.

The school reports its educational mission is:
"Oregon College of Art & Craft is dedicated to excellence in teaching art through craft, contributing significantly to the continuity of contemporary craft as an artistic expression."

More complete details are provided below.

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Contacting Oregon College of Art and Craft

Oregon College of Art and Craft
8245 SW Barnes Rd
Portland , OR 97225
General Phone: (503) 297-5544

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Oregon College of Art and Craft Programs and Degrees (2008-2009)

General CategoryDegreesMost Common Majors [see all]
Fine Arts31crafts and folk art

Number of programs and degrees for Oregon College of Art and Craft in 2008-2009:

Degree LevelTotal
Number of
Award of at least 2 but less than 4 academic years11
Bachelor's degree241
Postbaccalaureate certificate61

Oregon College of Art and Craft Student Body

In 2007-2008, Oregon College of Art and Craft had a total enrollment of 139 students (124 full-time equivalent).

Students in the Freshman Class:

Group Percent
Men 13%
Women 88%
Full-Time 88%
Part-Time 13%

Students By Class:

Group Percent
Undergraduate 86%
Graduate 14%

Racial Diversity:

Race Percent
White 82%
Hispanic 1%
Asian 3%
American Indian 3%
Unknown 10%
(Foreign Students) 1%

Students by Age:

Age Percent
18-19 6%
20-21 15%
22-24 19%
25-29 30%
30-34 14%
35-39 6%
40-49 5%
50-64 4%
65+ 1%

Incoming (Freshman) Students by Place of Residence:
(From available data sampling)

South Carolina33%

Oregon College of Art and Craft Graduation, Retention, and Transfers

Retention Rates (2007):

Group Returning From
Previous Year
Full-Time 50 %

Oregon College of Art and Craft Room and Board (2007)

Oregon College of Art and Craft offers campus housing for 8 of its 124 (full-time) students.

(Please refer to our profile of Portland, Oregon for details about the area surrounding the campus. Also see our list of other Oregon Colleges).

The school does not offer students a meal plan.

Oregon College of Art and Craft Admissions and Selectivity


EnrolledPercent of
Accepted Enrolled

Application Requirements:

Class Ranknot required
High School Recordrequired
College Prep Programnot required
Formal Demonstration of Competencerequired
Standardized Tests (SAT and/or ACT)recommended
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)required
Other Standardized Testsnot required

Oregon College of Art and Craft Expenses and Financial Aid (2008-2009)

Expenses and Financial Aid:

Expense Amount
In-state tuition and fees $ 19,832
Out-of-state tuition and fees $ 19,832
Room and board $ 1,800
Room charge $ 1,800
Books and supplies $ 1,800
Other expenses $ 2,100

Financial Aid:
Oregon College of Art and Craft participates in Federal Title IV financial aid programs. (The school's OPE ID is 3007300)

Oregon College of Art and Craft Faculty

Tenure Status of Faculty (2008-2009):

Full-Time Faculty LevelMenWomen
Non-tenured and not on tenure track55

Salaries for full-time faculty:

Full-Time Faculty (2008-2009):

Full-Time Faculty LevelContract LengthNumber MenAvg Salary MenNumber WomenAvg Salary Women
Professoracademic year3$51,0003$49,500
Associate professoracademic year1*2*
Assistant professoracademic year1*0*
All faculty totalacademic year5$46,9025$46,836

*: salaries are not displayed where there are fewer than 3 professors in the category.

Oregon College of Art and Craft Degree Programs (2007)

Fine Arts
Crafts/Craft Design, Folk Art and Artisanry

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What Sets Oregon College of Art and Craft Apart:

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% of degrees in fine arts
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Faculty/student ratio (full-time)
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Top 16%Oregon College of Art and Craft Faculty/student ratio (full-time)
Female % of student body
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