At the University of Oregon you’ll meet world-renowned scholars who teach and advise freshmen. You’ll discover a world of opportunities to conduct your own research, propelling you toward an incredible career, a prestigious graduate school, or both. You’ll discover top-flight labs and classrooms, powered by leading technology. Most importantly, you’ll be part of a community of outstanding students who chose the UO, the state's flagship institution of higher learning, for its commitment to academic excellence.
With more than 270 academic programs, the UO’s astounding array of courses focus on everything from calculus to cartography, Brontë to biochemistry, nanotechnology to neurology, Russian to reporting, saxophone to supply chain.
The UO is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, one of only 34 public universities in North America. The UO is also among the 108 institutions chosen from 4,633 U.S. universities for the top-tier designation of "Very High Research Activity" in the 2010 Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
- College of Arts and Sciences
- College of Education
- Graduate School
- Lundquist College of Business
- Robert D. Clark Honors College
- School of Architecture and Allied Arts
- School of Journalism and Communication
- School of Law
- School of Music and Dance
Academic Resources at the UO
Each academic term, you'll find more than 3,000 undergraduate classes, only 137 of which have more than 100 students. You'll begin college work with Freshman Interest Groups (FIGs), small learning communities of 25 first-year students organized around a theme or idea that interests you. FIGs help you embrace the life of the mind while fulfilling two of your graduation requirements.
Each day, on average, about 7,500 individuals use one of the seven libraries that constitute the UO Libraries. Home to the largest research collection in the state, the UO Libraries have more than 3 million volumes and 46,000 journal subscriptions, as well as an online reference chat service and state-of-the-art media stations. The UO Scholars’ Bank is open around the clock for students to explore the research of their peers and mentors.
The university’s resources allow students to obtain prestigious internships at home and abroad. Internationally inclined students discover the world through any of the 170 study abroad programs offered in more than 95 different countries.