Located in one of the most diverse and fast-growing communities in Oregon, the Woodburn Campus, opened in 2012, offers professional pathways in education with a focus on STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and teaching diverse students.
124 W Lincoln St.
Woodburn, OR 97071
The campus offers two degree programs in the College of Education.
- The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in STEM/ESOL is a year-long program for students already holding bachelor's degree who are becoming science and math teachers. Classes begin each year in June.
- The Bachelor of Education in Teaching and English Language Learning (BEd) is a 22-month program designed for community college transfer students becoming P-12 teachers. Classes begin each year in late August.
About the City of Woodburn
Minutes from Salem
Minutes from Portland
Woodburn was founded by nurseryman Jesse Settlemier in 1863, and his partnership with the Oregon & California railroad brought the first boom to the area. His 5,000 square foot, 14-room Victorian home thrives today as Woodburn’s centerpiece.
The Woodburn School District is a multicultural delight with nearly 75 percent of students of Hispanic or Russian descent. This mix of three cultures, evident in language, food, religion, music, and dress is leveraged by innovative programs to prepare students for a multi-lingual, multi-cultural world. The District has divided the high school into four smaller schools for more personal involvement, and offers the prestigious International Baccalaureate program.