- Admission Information for freshmen (Freshman admissions information)
- Application Guidelines (Application guidelines)
- Financial aid and scholarships (Financial Aid and Scholarships)
- Read our guide information for students
- International students (International Students)
- Vídeos sobre la UO en Español
Welcome, parents and youth!
His children have worked very hard to prepare for college, and we are very excited that students succeed at the University of Oregon. A college degree is much effort that in turn result in greater career opportunities, better pay and a lifetime of learning and achievement.
The University of Oregon has recognized the state of Oregon academic profile and many of its academic programs are among the twenty best according to Fiske Guide of American Universities. Also, the UO Kiplinger magazine consistently appears as an "excellent buy" both for its high academic quality and for its reasonable costs. With 272 academic programs to choose from, your children will find here the race wanting .
The UO provides excellent resources and information for parents and families during orientation on admissions. Once your student is welcome to our diverse community of scholars , the transition will be facilitated by support services and academic multicultural offered on campus.
Please explore our website and contact us if you have any doubts. We hope you visit the campus to enjoy the beauty of the University of Oregon and the warm welcome offered by the city of Eugene . Here you will find a community willing to celebrate the successes of their children.
If you need help with these instructions or any part of the application process, please contact the Admissions Office (Office of Admissions) toll free at 800-232-3825 or toll number 541-346-3201. You can ask to speak to one of our Spanish-speaking employees.
First Year Students
Application for Admission
Early Action: November 1, 2015
Closing Date: January 15, 2016
- Complete the application and return it to the Admissions Office (Office of Admissions) accompanied by a nonrefundable fee or for a form of deferral of payment. The form of payment deferral can get it through your high school counselor (high school) in the Admissions Office or at the following website: admissions.uoregon.edu/freshmen/feedeferral . The envelope must be postmarked no later than January 15, or on the deadline specified in of each department . See the first page of this application to meet the deadline for each department
- Send your official transcripts in which the approved courses are detailed in the third year of high school (junior year of high school) to the Admissions Office. Upon graduation, you are prompted their final grades.
- The results of the official exams (SAT, ACT, AP) must also be sent to the Admissions Office.
- A personal one-page essay in which the student shares something about yourself that is not found elsewhere on request.
- If necessary, you make a personal report of the circumstances that have affected their school performance.
- To be eligible for scholarship must submit all documentation admission time
- For more information contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for Students (Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships) at (800) 760-6953
(From other universities, or Community College)
Application for Admission
Early Action: March 15, 2016
Closing Date: May 15, 2016
- Complete the application and return it to the Admissions Office (Office of Admissions) accompanied by a nonrefundable fee or for a form of deferral of payment. The form of payment deferral can get it in the Admissions Office or at the following website: admissions.uoregon.edu/freshmen/feedeferral . The envelope must be postmarked no later than May 15, or the deadline specified in the Office of Scholarships or each academic department. See the first page of this application to meet the deadline for each academic department.
- Submit official transcripts of all the subjects in Community College and the University Admissions Office.
- Applicants interested in architecture or interior architecture must send the official results of the SAT or ACT.
- If you have completed 35 quarter credits (23 semester credits) or less at the time of enrollment in the University of Oregon, you must submit official transcripts from studying their high school (high school) and the results of the SAT or ACT.
- If you graduated from high school (high school) in the spring of 1997 or later, he must demonstrate knowledge of a second language. Options to fulfill the requirement of a second language, including American Sign Language (American Sign Language) available on the following Internet address: admissions.uoregon.edu/apply/secondlanguage.htm .
- If you are enrolling as a freshman in the fall of 2015, the deadline for application for scholarships is January 15, 2016
- For sophomores, juniors and seniors and graduate students, the deadline for scholarship applications is February 15, 2016
- For an additional application call the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for Students (Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships) at 800-760-6953
Robert D. Clark Honors College
Advanced Performance Program
Admission to Robert D. Clark Honors College is based on competition. The admissions committee, made up of teachers, carefully review the test writes each applicant to enter the Honors College, assessments issued by their teachers, the scores for the SAT or ACT scores, high school grade point average (GPA high school) the depth and breadth of the courses taken and the way in which the student will contribute to the diversity of the community of the Honors College. To determine your interest in this program of advanced academic performance, see the website at the following address: honors.uoregon.edu .
If you need help with these instructions or any part of the application process, please call the Office of Admissions at the University of Oregon (UO Office of Admissions) toll free number 800-232-3825 or 541-346- 3201. You can ask to speak in Spanish with one of our bilingual employees.