We Believe

At Multnomah, We Believe that God calls students into our close-knit community to dig deep into their personal faith, identify their life-calling, and be transformed through their educational experience. We Believe college should be fun, campus should be cozy and coffee should be caffeinated. Let’s get to it, together, in God’s name — We Believe.

Choose Your Path

Rewarding and rooted in Scripture, your academic experience at Multnomah will prepare you as a Christian leader in whichever field you choose to study.

New Academic Programs

Multnomah prioritizes the development of programs in fast-growing fields so our graduates can be confident they are training toward a successful career. Learn about our newest programs below.

Becca Jones in counseling center

Online M.A. in Counseling

Join a Christ-centered community where you can excel as professional clinician. Designed for adults working full-time positions, the Online MAC program can be achieved in as little as three years and provides students an optional emphasis in addictions. Post-pandemic demand for behavioral healthcare providers has increased rapidly; join our first cohort in Spring 2023.

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B.S. in Aviation

We are excited to partner with Hillsboro Aero Academy to bring an Aviation program to Multnomah. Students will complete an undergraduate degree through Multnomah University Online in tandem with their in-person flight training at HAA in Hillsboro. Join our first class for Fall 2022 and watch your career take off in this fast-growing job market.

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Commitment to the Bible

At Multnomah, We Believe your education should be grounded in Scripture. We seek to draw closer to God’s Word in every aspect of your experience — in classes, athletics, and especially your time in community with friends and professors.

Learn more about Multnomah’s biblical values here.

Brooklyn McFadden

“I felt like I had supporters every step of the way. Whether it was in my athletics, my family, or my career aspirations. There was always someone to turn to at Multnomah who was willing to help in whatever I needed.”

Brooklyn McFadden ’21, History
Law School Student, Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University

Josh Gulliford

“I grew up my entire life in a Christian household but never really dove deep into my faith, and I think Multnomah provided that opportunity and that safe space to do so.”

Josh Gulliford ’19, Biology
Physical Therapy Student, Southwest Baptist University

Katerina Kerr

“If a student feels like they’re called to something and they’re passionate about it and God’s led them to Multnomah, that’s for a reason.”

Katarina Kerr ’20, Global Studies
Donor Engagement, Pioneer Bible Translators

The Multnomah Experience

Multnomah’s cozy campus fosters your academic and spiritual curiosity and connects you to friends you will call family. Not to mention just beyond campus is the wonderous Pacific Northwest, ready to be explored!


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Let’s get to it!

Welcoming All Bible Nerds

Saturday, March 11, 2023
9 AM — 5 PM

A conference for all that love the Bible and desire a deeper understanding of the Scriptures, gather at Multnomah University to hear from cutting-edge scholars in the Hebrew Bible who are at the top of their field.

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Hebrew Bible Conference

Multnomah University admits students of any race, color, nationality, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  Multnomah University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Read more about our commitment to diversity and non-discrimination here.

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