They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, how about a video? One of the best ways to decide if the University of Oregon and the city of Eugene are right for you is by getting a taste for what life is like here on campus. You can also watch an even larger selection of videos on the UO's YouTube channel.
Videos Currently in Rotation
- UO Campus Tour: See campus sights and hear all about being a UO student.
- You Will: The future is upon us. Who will define it? You will.
- The UO and the Skanner Foundation: Hear from some UO alumni about life as a Duck.
- Call Me a Duck: Your future's open wide with your Ducks at your side.
- Be Bold: This is how you change everything.
- Academics at the UO: Learn about the life of the mind at the UO.
- The UO Campus: Explore the UO's 295-acre campus.
- Student Life at the UO: Get involved with one of the UO's hundreds of student groups.
- Eugene: Discover the classic college town—with a twist.
- Athletics at the UO: Go Ducks!
- Game Day Walk to Autzen Stadium: Getting pumped up for Ducks football.
UO Campus Tour
UO student Jeff Rogers shows you his favorite spots on campus and gives an inside view of life as a Duck. Ready to see the UO for yourself? Visit campus for a tour and information session.
The future is upon us. Who will define it? Who will defend it? Who will explore it? Who will celebrate it? Who will change the world and change themselves in the process? You will. This is the University of Oregon.
The UO and the Skanner Foundation
The UO proudly sponsored the Skanner Foundation's 27th annual Martin Luther King, Jr., breakfast. Hear from some UO alumni about diversity resources at the UO and how being a Duck gave them a launching pad for success after college.
Call Me a Duck
The breakout single "Call Me a Duck" is the first track On the Rocks, the UO's premier a cappella men's singing group, has recorded exclusively for the University of Oregon.
Now is the time to be bold. To explore. To evolve. This is who you are: unconventional, exceptional. Own it. Be proud of it. Be open to adventure. So go ahead: create, contribute, learn, belong. This is real. This is now. This is how you change everything. This is the University of Oregon.
Academics at the UO
Learn about pursuing academic excellence at the UO. The UO is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, one of only 64 schools nationwide, and is also home to the Robert D. Clark Honors College, the oldest residential honors college in the nation.
The UO Campus
The UO's stunning 295-acre campus is the perfect place for deep thinking, featuring both cutting edge laboratories and neo-classical columns—everything you'd look for in a college setting. The campus is an arboretum, with museums, libraries, laboratories, and lecture halls situated among over 3,500 trees of more than 500 species.
The UO's more than 250 student clubs and organizations offer dozens of ways to join in, team up, and meet a whole new group of friends. Join a cultural or political organization that makes you feel right at home . . . or one that expands your boundaries.
Blending equal parts urban and outdoors, Eugene is the classic college town, with a northwest twist. Eugene offers all the opportunities of a small city, including mass transit, museums, music, arts, and sports, all in a supremely bike-able location.
At the University of Oregon, you'll be to see some of the highest profile college sports in the country. Or take it one webbed step further and join the Pit Crew, one of the loudest, most creative, and best-organized student spectator sections in higher education.
Game Day Walk to Autzen Stadium
A Duck tradition! On home game days, football fans decked out in green and yellow leave campus and stream across the beautiful Willamette River to make the trek to Autzen Stadium. Follow along with a group of students as they make the pilgrimage.