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D U C K C U LT U R E

WE ARE PHILOSOPHERS AND ARTISTS SCIENTISTS, ATHLETES, TEACHERS MATHEMATICIANS AND BIOLOGISTS STORYTELLERS AND ENTREPRENEURS

WE STAND FOR EXCELLENCE AND INTEGRITY DISCOVERY, CREATIVITY, DETERMINATION RESPECT AND COLLABORATION EQUALITY AND INCLUSION

WE ARE DUCKS 2


JUST DUCKY US universities have mascots that are symbols for athletics teams and school spirit. Since a 1947 handshake deal with Walt Disney, Donald Duck’s likeness has served as the UO mascot.

@THEOREGONDUCK #CALLMEADUCK

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

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EXPLORE FLEETING POSSIBILITIES. FOLLOW YOUR PASSION. SURPRISE YOURSELF. BLEND ACCOUNTING, BIOLOGY, AND ARCHITECTURE. INVESTIGATE ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, GEOGRAPHY, MATERIAL SCIENCE. PHILOSOPHY, AND ECONOMICS. WITH MORE THAN 300+ OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM, YOU CAN FIND A PATH THAT WILL PREPARE YOU TO QUESTION CRITICALLY, THINK LOGICALLY, AND COMMUNICATE CLEARLY. LIVE ETHICALLY, REFINE YOUR CREATIVITY, AND SOAR.

ABOUT

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ENROLL UNDECL ARED

“UNDECIDED” JUST MEANS YOU WANT TO MA JOR IN EVERY THING, FOR NOW.

admissions.uoregon.edu/undecided

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admissions.uoregon.edu/majors

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES | LUNDQUIST COLLEGE OF BUSINESS | COLLEGE OF EDUCAT ION | COLLEGE OF DESIGN | SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICAT ION | SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DANCE | CL ARK HONORS COLLEGE | SCHOOL OF L AW | GRADUATE SCHOOL


programs supplement your major and prepare you for a graduate program or profession in these subjects, but do not lead to a degree on their own. Dentistry Engineering Forensic Science Law Medicine Occupational Therapy Optometry Pharmacy Physical Therapy Physician Assistant Podiatry Public Health Social Work Teacher Education Veterinary Medicine

A

E

AccountingM African Studies Anthropology M Arabic Studies ArchitectureM ArtM Art and Technology Art History M Arts ManagementM Asian Studies

Earth SciencesM East Asian Studies EconomicsM EnglishM Environmental Science Environmental StudiesM Ethics Ethnic StudiesM European Studies

B

Family and Human Services Fibers FolkloreM Food Studies FrenchM

Biochemistry M Biology M Business AdministrationM

C

F

Ceramics Chemistry M ChineseM Cinema Studies Classical Civilization Classics Comics and Cartoon Studies Communication Disorders and Sciences Comparative LiteratureM Computer and Information ScienceM Computer Information Technology Creative Writing

G

D

Interior ArchitectureM International Studies ItalianM

DanceM Digital Humanities Disability Studies

General Science General Social Science Geography M GermanM German Studies Global Health Greek

H Historic Preservation History M Human Physiology Humanities

I

J JapaneseM Journalism

Journalism: Advertising Journalism: Media Studies Journalism: Public Relations Judaic StudiesM

K Korean

L Landscape ArchitectureM Latin Latin American StudiesM Learning Effective Administrative and Decision-Making Skills for Contemporary Educational and Social Service Systems Legal Studies LinguisticsM

M Marine Biology MathematicsM Mathematics and Computer Science Media Studies Medieval StudiesM Metalsmithing and Jewelry Middle East–North Africa Studies Multimedia MusicM Music: Audio Production Music Composition Music Education Music: Jazz Studies Music Performance Music Technology

N Native American Studies Nonprofit Administration

P Painting Peace Studies Philosophy M Photography PhysicsM Planning, Public Policy and ManagementM Political ScienceM Printmaking Product DesignM Psychology M

MAJORS AND MINORS

preparatory program. These

Major | Minor | Major also available as a minorM

the UO, you can also pursue a

MAJORS, MINORS, AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

While you earn a degree at

Q Queer Studies

R Religious StudiesM Romance Languages Russian, East European, and Eurasian StudiesM

S Scandinavian Sculpture Sociology M South Asian Studies Southeast Asian Studies SpanishM Spatial Data Science and Technology Special Education

T Theater ArtsM

W Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality StudiesM Writing, Public Speaking, and Critical Reasoning

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS RANKED IN THE TOP 20 OR 20 PERCENT A CCOUN T ING A RCHI T E C T URE A N T HROP OL OG Y B I OL OG Y CRE AT I V E W R I T ING CONF L I C T A ND D I SP U T E RE SOL U T I ON COUNSEL ING P S Y CHOL OG Y E A R T H SC IENCE S

13% OF DUCKS ARE INTERNATIONAL

3,006

DUCKS FROM

101 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES

INTERNATIONAL DUCKS

UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT

GRADUATE ENROLLMENT

20,067

3,567

EDUC AT I ON EDUC AT I ON A L ME T HODOL OG Y,P OL I C Y, A ND L E A DER SHIP GE OGR A P H Y L E G A L RE SE A RCH A ND W R I T ING M A S T ER OF BUS INE S S A DM INI S T R AT I ON (MB A ) P HIL OSOP H Y PHYSICS

TOTAL DUCKS

23,634 17:1 STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO

92%

AVERAGE TIME TO GRADUATION

4 YEARS,

INTERNATIONAL FRESHMAN STUDENTS WHO RETURN FOR THEIR SOPHOMORE YEAR

PLUS ONE TERM

P S Y CHOL OG Y SCHOOL P S Y CHOL OG Y

MEDIAN CLASS SIZE

SP E C I A L EDUC AT I ON

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SP OR T S P RODUC T M A N A GEMEN T

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201 6 INTERN AT ION A L A PPL ICAT IONS

APPLICANTS ENROLLED

FRESHMAN

TRANSFER

TOTAL

2,066

47 7

2,543

2 73

158

431


At the University of Oregon, you’ll find some of the finest faculty members on earth doing pathbreaking

EMPLOY MENT

94%

UO GRADUATES WHO ARE EMPLOYED OR ENROLLED IN AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ONE YEAR AFTER GRADUATION

research. They’ll show earns them accolades from the White House, the National Academy

— CARNEGIE CLASSIFICATION OF INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

of Sciences, and the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences. Then they’ll

500+

COMPANIES ATTEND CAREER FAIRS ON CAMPUS EACH YEAR

3,294

DUCKS WORKED AT ON-CAMPUS JOBS LAST YEAR

ask you to advance the research yourself.

85%

DUCKS WHO COMPLETED AN INTERNSHIP OR OTHER EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITY; NEARLY HALF OF THOSE COMPLETED MORE THAN ONE INTERNSHIP

AAU MEMBER One of only two Pacific Northwest schools in the prestigious Association of American Universities

The UO has a designation of “highest research activity.”

you the research that

aau.edu

EXAMPLES OF COMPANIES THAT HIRE DUCKS AS INTERNS: ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR LIBERT Y MUTUAL INSURANCE MACY’S TESL A MOTORS WALT DISNEY COMPANY WARNER MUSIC GROUP KROGER–FRED MEYER TARGET US BANK UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

TOP COMPA NIES W HERE DUCKS WORK UNI VERSIT Y OF OREGON | NIKE | OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNI VERSIT Y | PORTL AND STATE UNI VERSIT Y | MICROSOF T INTEL | PROV IDENCE HEALTH | K A ISER | L ANE COMMUNIT Y COLLEGE | WELLS FARGO | OREGON STATE UNI VERSIT Y | AMA ZON

research.uoregon.edu

RESEARCH

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TOP 10 MOST REPRESENTED COUNTRIES CANADA CHINA HONG KONG INDIA INDONESIA IRAN JAPAN SAUDI ARABIA SOUTH KOREA TAIWAN

EUGENE IS AMONG THE

TOP 20 MOST BICYCLE-FRIENDLY CITIES IN THE NATION —BICYCLING MAGA ZINE

EUGENE IS THE

#1

Your home away from home

GREEN CITY IN THE US FOR AIR QUALITY, RECYCLING, TRANSPORTATION, AND GREEN SPACE. —NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC’S “GREEN GUIDE”

visit.uoregon.edu/eugene

HERE IS A GOOD PL ACE TO BE

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IN EUGENE THERE ARE MORE BIKE AND PEDESTRI AN BRIDGES ACROSS THE W ILL AMET TE RI VER THAN CAR BRIDGES


CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 2,878 KM 1,788 MI

DISTANCES FROM EUGENE TO MAJOR US CITIES

SAFETY The UO is dedicated to providing a safe, secure living

EUGENE

and learning environment for all students. The UO SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 710 KM 441 MI

Police Department (UOPD) NEW YORK, NEW YORK 4,867 KM 3,025 MI

patrols the university’s 295acre park-like campus and surrounding neighborhoods by

WASHINGTON, DC 4,706 KM 2,925 MI LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 1,189 KM 739 MI

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PORTLAND, OREGON 161 KM 100 MI

DENVER, COLORADO 1,569 KM 975 MI

foot, bike, and car. The UOPD maintains an active presence on campus to deter crime and to heighten personal safety and provide security.

DIVERSITY

38% OF THE INCOMING FRESHMAN CLASS BRINGS DIVERSITY (31 PERCENT ARE DOMESTIC MINORITY STUDENTS, 7 PERCENT ARE INTERNATIONAL)

Five out of five stars for LGBTQ-inclusive policies, programs, and practices

VISIT INFORMATION SESSIONS AND TOURS ARE HELD MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY YEAR-ROUND.

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 398 KM 247 MI

–Campus Pride Index

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admissions.uoregon.edu/international

UOGlobal

READY, SET, DUCK.

Academic English for International Students (AEIS) is the UO’s program for international students who already speak English but can use additional assistance to help ensure their academic success. AEIS participants are enrolled in regular UO courses while they take one or two AEIS classes per term during the first year..

APPLY FOR ADMISSION

aei.uoregon.edu/aeis

Complete the application online through the UO application, the Common Application, or download a PDF version

FALL 2018 DEADLINES

admissions.uoregon.edu/apply

NOVEMBER 1 EARLY ACTION (EA) DEADLINE FOR FALL APPLICATION

Submit the following items to be considered for admission to the UO:

JANUARY 15 REGULAR

• Official transcripts for all secondary or high schools, college, and universities (official copies are required)

MAY 15 TRANSFER STUDENTS

uoglobal@uoregon.edu +1 541-346-3201

@UOIntlAdmission

• Proof of English proficiency (see chart below)

WHAT IF YOU WANT TO START IN SUMMER, WINTER, OR SPRING?

admissions.uoregon.edu/altdeadline

• International students are not required to submit SAT or ACT scores unless applying to the College of Design or the Clark Honors College; however, submitting SAT or ACT scores increases your chance of admission and eligibility for scholarships admissions.uoregon.edu/intl/complete-app

2017–18 UNDERGRADUATE COST OF ATTENDANCE TUITION AND FEES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $35,211 Based on typical undergraduate enrollment of 15 credits

MINIMUM ENGLISH PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENT TEST

AEIS-EXEMPT

per term (45 credits per year)

AEIS PARTICIPATION REQUIRED

ON-CAMPUS HOUSING

TOEFL (IBT)

88–120

61–87

$11,450

BOOKS AND SUPPLIES

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$1,125

TOEFL (Paper)

575–677

500–574

Cost varies depending on requirements for enrolled courses

IELTS

7.0–9.0

6.0–6.5

Cost varies depending on personal spending habits

SAT

540 EBRW

ACT

20 ENGLISH

PERSONAL EXPENSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,995 TRAVEL EXPENSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,261 HEALTH INSURANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,905 ESTIMATED TOTAL

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Standard double-occupancy room with select meal plan

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$52,947


$2.5 MILLION

TOTAL FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIP AMOUNTS PAID IN 2015–16 TO UNDERGRADUATE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (EXCLUDING EXCHANGE)

admissions.uoregon.edu/intlscholarships

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS SCHOLARSHIP

DEADLINE AND DETAILS

ELIGIBILITY

AWARD

INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL SERVICE PROGRAM (ICSP)

To receive the ICSP Tuition Scholarship, apply for admission and submit the scholarship application by January 15. All application materials must be received by February 15. The ICSP Nascence Scholarship is awarded automatically to a selected student from China or Hong Kong who also is the recipient of an ICSP Tuition Scholarship.

Financial need, academic merit, and the ability to make presentations to diverse groups of people.

$9,000–$32,000

INTERNATIONAL DEAN’S EXCELLENCE AWARD (IDEA)*

Awarded automatically, but student must apply for admission by January 15. All application materials must be received by February 15. IB diploma holders automatically receive the maximum IDEA award amount ($8000/year) after the UO receives the official IB diploma results from IBO.

Merit-based, partial-tuition scholarship awarded to new international undergraduate applicants entering in the fall (September)

$6,000–$8,000

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT WORK-STUDY PROGRAM

Apply for admission by January 15; submit work-study application by April 15.

Awarded based on student’s financial need

$500–$6,000

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

Apply for admission and submit scholarship application by January 15. All application materials must be received by February 15.

The UO Office of International Affairs grants several competitive cash-based scholarships each year to international students. Eligibility varies.

SHEPHARD FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Awarded automatically, but must apply to the Clark Honors College by January 15. All application materials must be received by February 15.

International students living outside the US who are admitted to the Clark Honors College

Varies

ELIGIBILITY

AWARD

$1,000–$10,000

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON SCHOLARSHIPS SCHOLARSHIP

DEADLINE AND DETAILS

SUMMIT*

Awarded automatically, but must apply for admission by January 15. All admission application 3.80 GPA or higher on a 4.00 scale and 1260 SAT materials, including test scores, must be received by February 15. The GPA requirement will be waived or 26 ACT for International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma holders after the UO receives the official IB diploma results from IBO.

$9,000

APEX*

Awarded automatically, but student must apply for admission by January 15. All admission application materials, including test scores, must be received by February 15. The GPA requirement will be waived for IB diploma holders after the UO receives the official IB diploma results from IBO.

$4,000

3.60 GPA or higher on a 4.00 scale and 1220 SAT or 25 ACT

* Students can only receive one of the following scholarships: IDEA, Summit, or Apex. UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

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