|Setting:||Mid-size City Setting|
|Size:||Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)|
|On-Campus Housing Available:||Yes|
For over a century, the University of Oregon (UO) has provided students with innovative academic programs.
The large, main campus is located in Eugene, and other sites are available in Portland and Charleston (Oregon Institute of Marine Biology). The school even has the Pine Mountain Observatory in Central Oregon, operated by astronomers and UO physics students.
UO’s academics offer hundreds of undergraduate and graduate degree programs including: Biochemistry, Business Administration, Interior Architecture, Marine Biology, and Music Education. It even has pre-professional programs in Clinical Laboratory Science, Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Teacher Education, and Veterinary Medicine. Study abroad programs for academic credit are available as well.
Admissions materials for the school can be submitted online along with the required application fee. Applications are evaluated based on academic potential, grades, standardized test scores, extracurricular activities, and other considerations.
Financial aid is awarded to those who qualify to assist with tuition costs and other educational expenses. Tuition fees are discounted for Oregon residents.
College life at UO is full of opportunities: Greek Life, student-run clubs and organizations, recreational activities, sports, and more. The school is also well known for its athletic teams, the Oregon Ducks, who compete in the PAC-12. The football team in particular has built a large fan base, and students can be found at the stadium every home game Saturday during the season.
For exceptional academics in a traditional university setting located near the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, take a look at the University of Oregon.
44% of students gave University of Oregon 4 stars overall.
I wish I knew what each major was offered and entailed when committing to this school. I love it but the major I want does not exist at this school. My favorite professor was Owen Cooney but he moved away. Eugene has great public transportation and as long as you have your school ID students ride for free. The atmosphere and commodity of the campus and people made me fall in love with this school, even though they don't have the major I want I can not see myself anywhere else. I identify myself as a duck and being a student at the UO, it is a part of me and always will be. I have so much pride to say I go to school there..
University of Oregon is a great school located in a great city. U of O benefits greatly from being in Eugene as Eugene is the perfect college town. Also, classes are generally pretty manageable in terms of size and teachers are very friendly and willing to help.
University of Oregon
110 Johnson Hall
Eugene, OR 97403
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Excellent walkability. You do not need a car for this area.
Good transit. This area has adequate public transportation.
Seasonal average temperatures for Eugene, OR
|Full-Time Undergrad Students||23,266|
|Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)||28,104|
- Latino: 7%
- African American: 2%
- Caucasian: 75%
- American Indian or Alaska native: 1%
- Asian: 6%
- Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander: 1%
- Unknown and Other: 8%
|American Indian or Alaska native||1%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||1%|
|Unknown and Other||8%|
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