University of Oregon

Eugene, Oregon  97403   US

College Types(s):

4 Year - Public, Graduate School
88% of applicants admitted

Degrees Offered:

Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral, First Professional, Post-Master's, and Postbachelor's Certificates


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Gender Breakdown

53% Women
47% Men

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On-Campus Housing?


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Off-Campus Housing?

$7,524 - Standard Double Occupancy Room, with Standard Meal Plan details]
$7,524 - Monthly: Rent, $435, Food, $286, Utilities, $115 off-campus university housing]

Admissions Contact Information

Office of Admissions
240 Oregon Hall
1217 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon  97403   US
Phone: 800-232-3825

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Application Deadlines

Rolling (Freshman), Rolling (Transfers)

In-State Tuition


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Room & Board

Books and Supplies - Cost varies depending on requirements for enrolled courses $900, Personal Expenses - $2,376 Cost varies depending on personal spending habits.
Programs Available:

Majors Back To Top

School of Architecture and Allied Arts: Architecture, Art, Art history, Ceramics, Community arts, Digital arts, Fibers, Historic preservation, Interior architecture, Landscape architecture, Metalsmithing and jewelry, Painting, Photography, Planning, public policy and management, Printmaking, Sculpture, Charles H. Lundquist College of Business: Accounting, Business administration with concentrations in: Entrepreneurship and small business, Finance, Management, Marketing, Sports marketing, Global management, College of Arts and Sciences: Anthropology, Asian studies, Astronomy, Biochemistry, Biology, Business economics, Chemistry, Chinese, Classical civilization, Classics, Comparative literature, Computer and information science, Computer information technology, East Asian studies, Economics, English, Environmental science, Environmental studies, Ethnic studies, European studies, Film studies, Folklore, French, General science, Geography, Geological sciences, German, Greek, History, Human physiology, Humanities, Independent study, International studies, Italian, Japanese, Judaic studies, Latin, Latin American studies, Linguistics, Marine biology, Mathematics, Mathematics and computer science, Medical technology, Medieval studies, Peace studies, Philosophy, Physics, Political science, Psychology, Religious studies, Romance languages, Russian, Russian and East European studies, Scandinavian, Second-language acquisition and teaching, Sociology, Southeast Asian studies, Spanish, Theater arts, Women's and gender studies, College of Education: Counseling psychology, Family and human services, Marriage and family therapy, Administrator licensure, Educational leadership, Communication disorders and sciences, Early intervention, School psychology, Special education, Continuing licensure, Educational foundations, English for speakers of other languages, Graduate elementary teaching, Integrated teaching, Middle/Secondary education, School of Journalism and Communication: Journalism, Journalism: advertising, Journalism: communication studies, Journalism: electronic media, Journalism: magazine, Journalism: news/editorial, Journalism: public relations, School of Law: Law: Appropriate Dispute Resolution Masters Program, Law: Environmental studies joint degree program, Law: Public Interest - Public Service Program, Law: Portland Program, School of Music and Dance: Dance, Music: history/literature, Music: jazz studies, Music: music composition, Music: music education, Music: music performance, Music: music theory

Masters Back To Top

School of Architecture and Allied Arts: Architecture, Art, Art History, Arts Management, Ceramics, Community & Regional Planning, Digital Arts, Fibers, Historic Preservation, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Metalsmithing & Jewelry, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Public Policy and Management, Sculpture, Visual Design, College of Arts & Sciences: Anthropology, Applied Physics, Asian Studies, Biology, Chemistry, Classics, Comparative Literature, Computer & Information Science, Creative Writing, East Asian Languages & Literatures, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, Environmental Sciences, Studies, and Policy, French, Geography, Geological Sciences, German, History, Human Physiology, International Studies, Italian, Linguistics, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Romance Languages, Russian and East European Studies, Sociology, Spanish, Theater Arts, Charles H. Lundquist College of Business: Accounting, Decision Sciences, Decision Sciences: Business Statistics, Decision Sciences: Production & Operations Management, Finance, Management, Management: General Business (MBA), Marketing, College of Education: Communication Disorders & Sciences, Counseling, Family and Human Services, Counseling Psychology, Educational Leadership, School Psychology, Special Education, Special Education: Rehabilitation, Teaching and Learning, Graduate School: IS: Applied Information Management, IS: Folklore, IS: Individualized Program, Teaching One Subject, School of Journalism & Communication: Communication and Society, Journalism, Journalism: Advertising, Journalism: Magazine, Journalism: News-Editorial, School of Law: Law, Conflict and Dispute Resolution, School of Music: Dance, Intermedia Music Technology, Music Composition, Music: Conducting, Music Education, Music History, Music: Jazz Studies, Music Performance, Music: Piano Pedagogy, Music Theory

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Law: Certificate in environmental law, Law: Certificate in ocean and coastal law, Preparatory programs: Dentistry, Engineering, Forensic science, Health sciences, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational therapy, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physical therapy, Physician assistant, Podiatry, Social work, Veterinary studies, Graduate Certificates: School of Architecture and Allied Arts: Museum Studies, Not-For-Profit Management , Technical Teaching in Architecture, College of Arts and Sciences: Russian and East European Studies, Women and Gender Studies, College of Education: Communication Disorders, Continuing Administrator/Superintendent, Early Childhood/Elementary Special Education, Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education, English Speakers Other Language (ESOL), English Speakers Other Language/Bilingual, Initial Administrator, Integrated Teaching, Middle/Secondary Education, Middle/Secondary Special Education, Music Education, School Psychology, Early Childhood, Elementary, Reading Education Teaching

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Division I


Pacific-10 Conference

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