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Welcome to the Warner Pacific College LiveJournal community! This community is dedicated to the students, alumni, staff, and faculty of Warner Pacific. I would encourage anyone from Warner to feel free to join this community.

For more information about the college and where it's going, please visit the college homepage. Also, the following is information about Warner Pacific:

Warner Pacific College is a Christian liberal arts college located in southeast Portland, Oregon. Founded in 1937, the college has for over 60 years trained students in careers of service. The College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. At Warner, we live and learn in a nurturing, compassionate, Christ-centered community of faith which celebrates a diversity of ages, races, cultures, geographies, denominations, life roles and economic situations.

We're concerned about meeting your needs. We're large enough to serve your career objectives and small enough to make sure you receive the attention and mentoring you deserve.

Within the framework of traditional liberal arts, Warner's academic programs emphasize academic excellence and provides experiences that place knowledge, thought, attitudes, and faith within meaningful relationships.

Warner Pacific College is operated under the auspices of the Church of God (Anderson, Indiana) to educate and serve people who, regardless of their denomination, desire a quality liberal arts education in a vital Christian community. Founded in 1937 in Spokane, Washington, Warner was incorporated as Pacific Bible College and prepared church leaders during its early years. A desire for a more central location in the Pacific Northwest led to a move to Portland in 1940. In 1959, the name was changed to Warner Pacific College in honor of one of the early founders of the church, as well as to reflect its growing liberal arts emphasis. Accreditation by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges followed in 1961. The college is approved by the State of Oregon for the training of teachers in identified subject areas.

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