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Lewis & Clark is among the nation's top private liberal arts colleges.  Founded in 1867 and shaped by its three schools - College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate School of Education and Counseling, and Lewis & Clark Law School -- the institution is distinguished by its strengths in environmentalism, learning, service, and scholarship.  The institution is home to approximately 1,900 undergraduate and 1,300 graduate and law students.

Lewis & Clark has a distinctive international character and takes pride in its commitment to international students; Lewis & Clark students represent nearly every state in the nation and 62 countries around the globe.  In addition, overseas programs form an integral part of the educational experience at the College; every year 25-28 programs are offered in different parts of the world and over 60 percent of L&C students participate in Overseas and Off-campus programs while attending Lewis & Clark.