It seems that Oregon, like most state schools, offer very little scholarship money. I'm expecting their offers top out for most students at 9k/yr this fall (last year it was 8k). You can't get instate in Oregon, though, if you start as a non-resident. The nice thing is that the difference is only 8k or so a year.
I think they're probably the strongest for placement in Oregon. LC puts a lot in Portland, but they also have the advantage of being in Portland. Oregon rides a bit off of their university reputation.
The facility is pretty nice. New, modern, not terribly unique or impressive, but very nice.