BMCC Pendleton

2411 NW Carden Ave
Pendleton, OR 97801
(541)276-1260


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How do I get there?

From Portland, Oregon
Take 1-84 East to Exit 207, Turn left over the overpass and then merge slightly right and follow signs toward City Center. Turn left at BMCC sign onto Carden Avenue. Make immediate left again at the BMCC sign. At the top of the hill, turn left and park near the second building with the pagoda-like roofline.

From Pasco, Washington
Take Highway 395 South to I-82. Take I-82 South to I-84 (Approximately 35 miles to I-84). Take I-84 East to Exit 207, Turn left over the overpass and then merge slightly right and follow signs toward City Center. Turn left at BMCC sign onto Carden Avenue. Make immediate left again at the BMCC sign. At the top of the hill, turn left and park near the second building with the pagoda-like roofline.

From Boise, Idaho
Take I-84 West (in Idaho) to Exit 207 (in Oregon) Turn right onto Westgate Avenue and follow signs toward City Center. Turn left at BMCC sign onto Carden Avenue. Make immediate left again at the BMCC sign. At the top of the hill, turn left and park near the second building with the pagoda-like roofline.

From Walla Walla, Washington
Take Highway 11 Southeast following signs to Pendleton City Center. Turn slightly right onto SE Court Avenue. Follow SW Court (HWY 30) through the City Center. After the Pendleton Round-Up grounds make a slight right and continue on as it becomes Westgate. Make a right turn after the Umatilla River bridge. Go one block and turn left onto Carden Avenue. Immediately turn right at the BMCC sign and proceed up the hill. At the top of the hill turn left and park near the second building with the pagoda-like roofline.

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What is Going On?

The main campus is located in northeastern Oregon surrounded by the natural beauty of rich wheat fields and the foothills of the Blue Mountains. Our scenic 175 acre hill-top site overlooks Pendleton, a city with a population of 16,180 and the county seat of Umatilla County. We are located 200 miles east of Portland and nearly the same distance from Seattle, Spokane and Boise.

The Betty Feves Memorial Gallery, located in Pioneer Hall exhibits a wide variety of art and functions as an educational tool to encourage creativity and foster an appreciation for the richness and diversity of art. Pioneer Hall Theater hosts a variety of activities including concerts, plays, lectures and workshops.

Campus recreational facilities center around the McCrae Activity Center which houses a handball and racquetball courts, a free weight room, a total fitness room, gym and 25 meter heated swimming pool. For the more serious athlete BMCC has a well-rounded athletic program for both men and women. The College fields intercollegiate teams in basketball, volleyball, softball, baseball, and rodeo.

Tours of our campus may be arranged by contacting the Recruitment Office at (541) 278-5936.

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