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University of Oregon Scholarships

110 Johnson Hall Tuition In/Out-State: $8,010 / $27,360 Total Fall Enrollment: 23,342
Eugene , OR 97403 Books and Supplies: $1,050 Applicants Admitted: 79%
(541) 346-1000 On-campus Room and Board: $10,580 Receiving Aid of Some Type: 74%
http://www.uoregon.edu Undergraduate Application Fee: $50 Receiving Institutional Aid: 55% , $4,956 on average
Source: National Center for Education Statistics
  • University of Oregon General Information

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    Address 110 Johnson Hall, Eugene, OR 97403
    Phone Number (541) 346-1000
    Web Address http://www.uoregon.edu
    Mission Statement The University of Oregon is a comprehensive research university that serves its students and the people of Oregon, the nation, and the world through the creation and transfer of knowledge in the liberal arts, the natural and social sciences, and the professions. It is the Association of American Universities' flagship institution of the Oregon University System.
    Type of School Four or more years, Public
    Religious affiliation None
    Highest degree offered Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice
    Calendar Quarter
    Setting Mid-size city
    Distance learning opportunities Yes

    University of Oregon Size

    Total enrollment 24,548
    Enrolled full time 21,921
    Enrolled part time 2,627

    University of Oregon Student Body

    Men enrolled full time 11,694
    Women enrolled full time 12,854
    American Indian/Alaskan Native 1%
    Asian/Pacific Islander 6%
    Black/Non-Hispanic 2%
    Hispanic 4%
    White/Non-Hispanic 70%
    Non-Resident Alien 7%
    Race/ethnicity unknown 11%
  • University of Oregon Admission Basics

    Admissions office phone number -
    Open admission policy No
    Undergraduate Application fee $50
    Applied 18,515
    Admitted 14,588
    Enrolled 3,978
    Admitted % 79%

    University of Oregon Admission factors

    Admission test scores Required
    Secondary school GPA Required
    Secondary school rank Neither required nor recommended
    Secondary school record Required
    TOEFL Required
    Completion of college preparatory program Required
    Recommendations Neither required nor recommended
    Formal demonstration of competencies Neither required nor recommended

    University of Oregon Admission statistics

    Students submitting SAT 79%
    SAT 1 Verbal 25th percentile score 492
    SAT 1 Verbal 75th percentile score 607
    SAT 1 Math 25th percentile score 499
    SAT 1 Math 75th percentile score 611
    Students submitting ACT 50%
    ACT Composite 25th percentile score 22
    ACT Composite 75th percentile score 27
  • University of Oregon Cost

    In-State Tuition, Full-time Undergraduates $8,010
    Out-of-state Tuition, Full-time Undergraduates $27,360
    Books and Supplies $1,050
    On-campus room and board $10,580
    Off-campus room and board $10,580

    University of Oregon Financial Aid

    Students Receiving Aid 74%
    Receiving Federal Grants 25% , $4,307 on average
    Receiving Institutional Aid 55% , $4,956 on average
    Receiving Student Loans 49% , $6,562 on average
  • University of Oregon Programs & Majors

    Graduates in 2012/2013 academic year.

    ARCHITECTURE AND RELATED SERVICES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Architecture 68 102 0
    City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning 0 29 0
    Interior Architecture 13 9 0
    Landscape Architecture 18 27 0
    AREA, ETHNIC, CULTURAL, GENDER, AND GROUP STUDIES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Asian Studies/Civilization 7 4 0
    Ethnic Studies 18 0 0
    Folklore Studies 0 6 0
    Latin American Studies 12 0 0
    Russian Studies 7 3 0
    Women's Studies 19 0 0
    BIOLOGICAL AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Biochemistry 17 0 0
    Biology/Biological Sciences, General 99 7 13
    Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography 16 0 0
    Physiology, General 147 12 2
    BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, AND RELATED SUPPORT SERVICES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Accounting 134 27 1
    Business Administration and Management, General 0 96 2
    Business/Commerce, General 497 0 0
    Finance, General 0 0 3
    Management Information Systems, General 0 13 0
    Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods, Other 0 0 1
    COMMUNICATION, JOURNALISM, AND RELATED PROGRAMS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Advertising 137 0 0
    Communication and Media Studies, Other 0 8 4
    Journalism 129 7 0
    Journalism, Other 60 2 0
    Mass Communication/Media Studies 14 0 0
    Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication 0 10 0
    Public Relations/Image Management 139 0 0
    COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES AND SUPPORT SERVICES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Computer and Information Sciences, General 34 22 6
    EDUCATION Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Education, General 65 0 0
    Educational Leadership and Administration, General 0 27 11
    Music Teacher Education 10 7 1
    Special Education and Teaching, General 0 45 3
    Teacher Education, Multiple Levels 0 105 0
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE/LETTERS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Creative Writing 0 10 0
    English Language and Literature, General 158 12 17
    FOREIGN LANGUAGES, LITERATURES, AND LINGUISTICS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Chinese Language and Literature 14 0 0
    Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General 5 3 0
    Comparative Literature 11 0 2
    East Asian Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General 0 4 2
    French Language and Literature 25 3 0
    German Language and Literature 18 1 1
    Italian Language and Literature 5 0 0
    Japanese Language and Literature 33 0 0
    Linguistics 43 26 4
    Romance Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General 10 4 2
    Spanish Language and Literature 142 7 0
    HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND RELATED PROGRAMS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Communication Sciences and Disorders, General 40 24 0
    Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling 0 30 0
    HISTORY Bachelor Master Doctorate
    History, General 153 8 2
    LEGAL PROFESSIONS AND STUDIES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Law 0 5 0
    Law 0 0 161
    LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES, GENERAL STUDIES AND HUMANITIES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Humanities/Humanistic Studies 16 0 0
    Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities, Other 1 0 0
    MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Mathematics, General 49 7 6
    MULTI/INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Biological and Physical Sciences 67 0 0
    Historic Preservation and Conservation 0 8 0
    International/Global Studies 147 7 0
    Mathematics and Computer Science 2 0 0
    Medieval and Renaissance Studies 5 0 0
    Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other 0 2 0
    Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution 0 18 0
    NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Environmental Science 40 0 1
    Environmental Studies 90 7 0
    PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Jewish/Judaic Studies 2 0 0
    Philosophy 54 7 6
    Religion/Religious Studies 20 0 0
    PHYSICAL SCIENCES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Chemistry, General 15 44 16
    Geology/Earth Science, General 15 9 6
    Physics, General 17 4 8
    Physics, Other 0 14 0
    PSYCHOLOGY Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Counseling Psychology 0 0 7
    Psychology, General 385 23 5
    School Psychology 0 3 3
    PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SOCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Human Services, General 90 0 0
    Public Administration 47 15 0
    SOCIAL SCIENCES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Anthropology 92 4 4
    Economics, General 237 20 6
    Geography 50 7 4
    Political Science and Government, General 276 10 2
    Social Sciences, General 59 0 0
    Sociology 272 9 6
    VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Art History, Criticism and Conservation 39 10 0
    Art/Art Studies, General 64 2 0
    Arts, Entertainment,and Media Management, General 0 16 0
    Ceramic Arts and Ceramics 1 0 0
    Conducting 0 2 0
    Dance, General 9 3 0
    Design and Applied Arts, Other 37 0 0
    Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General 24 6 3
    Fiber, Textile and Weaving Arts 0 1 0
    Film/Cinema/Video Studies 41 0 0
    Intermedia/Multimedia 60 0 0
    Jazz/Jazz Studies 6 2 0
    Metal and Jewelry Arts 3 1 0
    Music History, Literature, and Theory 0 3 1
    Music Performance, General 15 12 5
    Music Technology 0 1 0
    Music Theory and Composition 5 3 4
    Music, General 14 0 0
    Painting 2 0 0
    Photography 3 1 0
    Printmaking 3 0 0
    Sculpture 3 0 0
  • University of Oregon Deadlines

    Regular Admissions

    Regular application deadline January 15
    Priority application deadline November 1
    Fall application deadline February 15
    SAT Reasoning / ACT scores due February 15
    SAT Subject score report due February 15
    College will notify student by September 15
    Student must reply to acceptance by May 1
    Deadline for housing deposit March 31

    Financial Aid

    Financial aid priority deadline March 1
    Financial aid deadline February 1
    College will notify student of financial aid decisions on or about -
    Student must reply to financial aid decision by -

    Early Decision/Action

    Early decision deadline -
    College will notify student of early decision by -
    Early action deadline November 1
    College will notify student of early action by December 15

    Transfer Students

    Transfer priority application deadline March 15
    Transfer priority financial aid deadline -
    Transfer application closing date May 15
    Transfer deadline for filing financial aid forms -
    College will notify student of transfer decision by -
  • University of OregonFeatures

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    Twitter Username
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    Next Connect Link Url
    http://admissions.uoregon.edu/index.php?q=apply
    Next Connect Link Text
    Apply to UO today.
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    Application Link
    http://admissions.uoregon.edu/index.php?q=apply
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    Virtual Tour Link
    http://admissions.uoregon.edu/virtualtour/intro

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    University of OregonNames and Abbreviations

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Army ROTC awards hundreds of scholarships at over 270 colleges and universities, covering the cost of all tuition and fees. Scholarship winners also receive a monthly stipend ($300 freshman, $350 sophomore, $450 junior, and $500 senior) for each academic month, plus $1200 per year for books and other education items. Non-scholarship students can still receive the monthly stipend as a contracted cadet as early as the start of their sophomore year. Students selected to receive a scholarship must fulfill their commitment to the Army after completing the program by: 1) serving part time in the Army National Guard or Army Reserve, or 2) serving full time on active duty. [General Scholarship Criteria] This scholarship is available to: High School Senior / Incoming Freshman / College Freshman / College Sophomore / College Junior These scholarships are available to high school seniors/incoming freshman, and current college freshman and sophomores. Scholarships are available to other students (if available) if they have at a minimum two academic years remaining. ROTC scholarships are awarded based on scholastic/academic achievement, athletic participation and physical fitness, demonstrated leadership potential and an in-person interview process.
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