From Orientation to Graduation – here’s your guide to life at Oregon Culinary Institute.
Learn your way around school and the city with this handbook, and meet the chefs and your fellow students on Orientation Day – the first day of your exciting new career!
For general listings of housing rentals in the Portland area, check the attached PDF or online at any of the following sites:
Portland’s award-winning mass transit system includes extensive bus routes, a light-rail line called MAX, and a central-city streetcar system. Bus and MAX stops are within a block of Oregon Culinary Institute. Additionally, Portland is consistently voted one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in America. Check here for details.
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“It was such an awesome experience. It was fully hands on – completely hands on.” – Belinda Enriquez, OCI Graduate Baking and Pastry, Class of 2009
“(The chefs are) all very attentive to every single student and they’re all always available. All of them are experienced and very intelligent. It’s like having a bunch of walking encyclopedias. It’s awesome to be in the kitchen every single day. It gives me the skills I need in a restaurant, and knowledge about almost everything culinary.” – Michelle Ormando, OCI Graduate Culinary Arts, Class of 2007