“The generous merit aid package I received made me feel like L&C was investing in me, so now I make good on that investment by engaging with my classes and organizing student projects.”Mateo Kaiser BA ’23Mountain View, California
“Lewis & Clark developed my writing and research skills in ways that larger schools are not often able to do. Also, my connection with student organizations and professors was transformative.”Helen Hitz BA ’21JD Candidate, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University
A liberal arts degree—in any major—is an excellent way to prepare for life after college. In fact, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the core values of the liberal arts are an exact match with the top five essential career skills: critical thinking, work ethic, teamwork, oral and written communications, and leadership. Plus, a Lewis & Clark education is more affordable than you might think. Why not jump start your career by applying today?
Get to Know Us
Jenn Burletongives a brief overview of the TransActive Gender Project.
Andres Soto BA ’25shares why he chose L&C.
Jack Waite BA ’23talks about his experience working with the Xplore program.
Within six months of graduation, 96% of the Lewis & Clark Classes of 2018–2020 were already changing the world through employment (78%), continuing studies (16%), and service work (2%), like the Peace Corps.
News and Media
The Randall Trust awarded a $1.5 million gift to L&C’s Bates Center for Entrepreneurship and Leadership.
Take a look back at some of the undergraduate college’s biggest stories of the year.
Aldebaron Levin BA ’23, with support from L&C’s Bates Center for Entrepreneurship and Leadership, has launched an analog watch company. The company’s first watch design is inspired by the koi pond on campus.
Lewis & Clark’s annual Dance Extravaganza, also known as Dance X, highlights the original work of student choreographers and performers.
The outstanding research of our faculty and undergraduate students was recently recognized on a regional level.
Biology major Warren Pereira BA ’99 used his passions for conservation and film to create a a critically acclaimed documentary about tigers in India.