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University History

University of Oregon was founded in 1876 and it is a public flagship research university. The institute is spread over 295-acres of land. Since July 2014, University of Oregon is governed by the Board of Trustees of the University. The university is categorized among one of the best Doctoral Universities in the United States of America. In 1878 the first batch graduated with five students. The university works on the Quarter system except the law school, which works on the Semester System. 

University Programs, Courses and Schools

The University of Oregon’s 9 schools and colleges are located in its four campuses Central Campus, East Campus, South Campus, Knight Campus, these campuses offer wide learning opportunities and challenges to the students. The 9 school and colleges the University of Oregon are;

  • College of Arts & Sciences
  • Charles H. Lundquist College of Business
  • College of Design
  • College of Education
  • Robert D. Clark Honors College
  • School of Journalism & Communication
  • School of Music and Dance
  • School of Law
  • Graduate School

University Notable Alumni

The University of Oregon Alumni has expert alumni from different backgrounds who are there to serve based on their common passion and responsibility towards University of Oregon. Alumni includes leaders in business, industry, education, the arts, government, NGOs, winners of Emmy, Oscar, and Tony awards, Pulitzer Prizes, Guggenheim Fellowships, MacArthur Genius Grants, the Nobel Prize, Olympic medals, Rhodes Scholarships, the National Humanities Medal, and countless other honors for achievement and public service, 7 Oregon governors, 8 U.S. Senators and 20 U.S. Representatives.

University Infrastructure & Services

Campuses

Central Campus-

The Central Campus at University of Oregon has academic buildings, an administration building, and student recreation buildings. Johnson Hall is a place where offices for higher administration and trustee offices are found, including the offices of the University President, it is located near the east of Memorial Quad, facing 13th Avenue. In 1957, Lawrence Hall was named after its first dean, Ellis F. Lawrence, the building includes the School of Architecture and Allied Arts. In 1954, Allen Hall was opened beside Lawrence Hall which is a home to the School of Journalism and Communication. 

Lorry I. Lokey Science Complex and East Campus-

On February 19, 2008, Lorry I. Lokey Science Complex at University of Oregon was dedicated to Lorry I. Lokey as he donated $25 million. Lokey Laboratories worked in collaboration with the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute (ONAMI). Most of the eastern campus is used for residence halls. The new residence hall, the Global Scholars Hall was opened in 2012 which is a home to returning students and students enrolled in the Robert D. Clark Honors College, College Scholars, and the global scholar language programs.

South Campus-

The South campus at University of Oregon provides athletics facilities. It has hosted various prominent track and field events like; the US Track and Field Olympic Trials, the NCAA Track and Field Championships, and USATF Championships. The HEDCO Education building and the Frohnmayer Music Center are in the vicinity of the South campus. In the southeast corner of the campus the Knight Law Centre is located. 

Knight campus-

The Phil and Penny Knight Campus at University of Oregon accelerates Scientific Impact. This campus was started as a revolution to speed-up scientific discoveries into innovations which will further improve the quality of life for people in Oregon, the nation, and the world. The campus forms the conceptual infrastructure to make Oregon as a center for both research and development, so that Oregon could become a place where companies could start-up, grow, and stay for a longer period of time. 

Libraries

The University of Oregon Libraries plays an important role in the University’s educational and research work. University libraries are focused to provide top-notch library resources, programs, and services to the students. They are dedicated towards welcoming the amazing environment for a diverse community of students and faculty. There are five libraries, one at the Eugene campus, and branches at University of Oregon Portland and at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology. The libraries provide flexible and well-equipped surroundings to everyone’s research and learning needs. They support the student learning experience, creation and administration of knowledge, and also contribute to advancements in teaching and research programs.

Housing services

On-campus- University Housing of Oregon provides residence halls, apartments and family housing. Students can select the room of their choice based on costs, hall facilities, location, availability. Room design vary per hall and include multi-person units, singles, studios, suites and some apartment-style rooms with kitchens for convenient living. Through university’s affinity housing students can live in groups of like-minded students who share the same love for sports, literature, film and course. 

Off-campus- The Office of Dean Students at University of Oregon assists students in finding off-campus housing and roommates. They provide convenient housing to students, faculty and staff nearby university. 

Medical services

 University of Oregon Health Services provides medical services to students. The staff consists of physicians and nurses who are dedicated towards their work and provide high quality medical care to students. The medical services include preventive services, evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic medical illnesses, pharmacy, dentistry, diagnostics and health education to make life easier at University of Oregon. For scheduling online appointments or for telephonic health service students can call 541-346-277.

Student’s clubs

University of Oregon offers 300+ students’ clubs and organization which provide wide range of opportunities for students to engross themselves. The Division of Student Life offers everything students need to stay active on campus.  The Associated Students of the University of Oregon (ASUO) sponsors all clubs.  The clubs range from Argentine Tango Club to the Women’s Law Forum. The sports club provide various activities like- 

  • basketball
  • hockey
  • skating 
  • archery 
  •  rugby
  • cycling 

These are just a few games listed above, there are many other options available to choose from. Joining a club is one of the best possible ways to get more out of your time at the University of Oregon.

University location

Central Campus-

 1585 E 13th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403, United States

Lorry I. Lokey Science Complex and East Campus-

1443 E 13th Ave, Eugene, United States

Knight Campus-

6231 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403, United States

International student’s info

Courses Offered-

The University of Oregon offers more than 300 Undergraduate programs and more than 80 Graduate programs. Some of the courses are-

  • Accounting
  • Advertising
  • Biology
  • Business Administration
  • Computer Science
  • Criminology
  • Environmental Studies
  • European studies
  • Food Science
  • General Social Sciences
  • Italian
  • Judaic Studies
  • Theater Arts
  • Sociology
  • Queer Studies
  • Media Studies 

Student Support-

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) at the University of Oregon provides international educational exchange via its services. It serves as the primary administrative, programming, and advising office for Oregon's international community. ISSS provides various services like-

  • immigration assistance and support to international students and exchange visitors through advising, programs, workshops and events.
  • serve as a guide for academic and administrative units in the collaboration, hiring and sponsorship of international students and exchange visitors.
  • provides on-going orientation and support services in a welcoming environment designed to help students in cultural adjustment.
  • helps in building links within the university community through cultural activities and programs.

International Student Contact-

Students can contact International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) at-

Office address-Oregon Hall, 3rd Floor

[email protected]

Phone-541-346-3206​​​​​

International Student Portal- iconnect.uoregon.edu

Students can also schedule a meeting with an advisor by calling at- 541-346-3206

Student life

Student Society-

Student organizations or clubs are one of the best ideas to get involved in the campus. Organizations are assembled under an arrangement of causes, identities, and interests. Student organizations at the University of Oregon put on some of the most highly awaited campus events and offer wide range of opportunities for involvement and leadership every year. The University of Oregon has over 300+ student organizations, so there is something for each student. 

Health & Wellbeing-

Health and Wellness at the University of Oregon is to highlight the active process of change and growth that involves building resilience, persistence, and positivity in the phase of provocations. It is the initiative dedicated to help students incorporate in an overall well-being experience across campus. They allow students to actively indulge in well-being activities that provide support to a holistic lifestyle. Through this initiative, students will learn and understand resources and they will also learn how to help others in need. The different dimensions of well-being are- Emotional, Physical, Social, Intellectual, Financial, Environmental, Spiritual and Cultural.

Food & Drink-

The University of Oregon has a variety of vibrant food scenes. University’s open dining plan gives students access to food. The plans are designed to fit the busy schedule of students, the plan assists all dietary preferences by providing a wide range of dining options and healthy food options. Students can opt for anything they want at a diverse variety of restaurants and cafes available on-campus.

Short term getaways-

There are many short-term getaways near the University of Oregon to have fun like; Cannon Beach, Mount Hood, Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Hult Center, and Alton Baker Park there are many other options also available to spend holidays and weekends.

Student Safety

Safety and Security at the University of Oregon is at priority. The University of Oregon Police Department (UOPD) patrols the university’s 295-acre campus area and surrounding neighborhoods by foot, bike, and car. University’s Police Department officers provide 24/7 assistance to deter crime, and to increase personal safety and building security. While walking around campus in the evening, students are encouraged to walk with a friend or in a group to prevent any mishap. The University of Oregon is committed towards providing a safe, secure living and learning environment for all students, faculty and staff.

Famous courses

The famous courses at University of Oregon are- 

  • Social Sciences
  • Business
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Engineering
  • Computer and Information Sciences
  • Biological and Biomedical Sciences
  • Communication
  • Journalism

Application Requirements

  • Completed Application Form
  • Academic Records
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Recommendations
  • Standardized Test Scores

Deadlines

Winter admission- October 15

Fall admissions- January 15

Summer admissions- March 1  

University of Oregon Programs

Program
Duration
Format
Tuition Fees
Deadlines
Standard Test

University of Oregon Application Requirements

2.8
GPA
33
IB
80
Percentage
78%
Acceptance Rate

IELTS score requirements

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University of Oregon Cost of studies

Fees

Bachelors: $33,345

Fees vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.

University of Oregon Deadlines

Undergraduate: January 17

Graduate: Deadlines vary for each program.

Deadlines vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.

University of Oregon Rankings

Global

244
US News
701 -750
QS
301 -400
Shanghai
351 -400
Times Higher Education
308
GTU Rank

Regional

United States of America
104
US News
95 -116
Shanghai
227
Forbes
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