The state system of higher education includes six general universities—the University of Oregon (1872), in Eugene; Oregon State University (1868), in Corvallis; Eastern Oregon University (1929), in La Grande; Western Oregon University (1856), in Monmouth; Southern Oregon University (1882), in Ashland; and Portland State University (1946). The system also encompasses two specialized universities: the Oregon Institute of Technology (1947), which has several campuses around the state, and Oregon Health and Science University (1887). The state has more than two dozen private colleges and universities, including Reed College (1909), in Portland; Willamette University (1842), in Salem; and Lewis and Clark College (1867), in Portland. Moreover, there are numerous community colleges administered by lay boards, supported by local taxes, and responsive to local needs in their curricula.
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