– Decision Day Extended –

The enrollment confirmation for first-year students admitted for fall 2024 is extended to June 1. Due to June 1 being a Saturday, the Office of Admissions will assist anyone experiencing technical difficulties or needing other assistance on Monday, June 3. Rest assured that this will not affect your ability to commit to the UO.


Student studying in the library

The UO carefully reviews the residency status of all students to determine who qualifies to pay in-state vs. out-of-state tuition. Though Oregon residents typically qualify to pay in-state tuition, only authorized residency officers may interpret and apply the rules and procedures under the Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) to determine if a student may pay tuition at an in-state rate. No indication or determination of residency by any other institutional office, department, program, or staff represents the official institutional determination of residency for the UO.

The UO’s Residency FAQ contains more detailed information, but here are the key considerations in determining whether a student qualifies as an Oregon resident for tuition purposes:

  • Student has lived in a residence in Oregon for at least 12 months prior to the beginning of the term in which student plans to start school or to make a residency case
  • Student is financially dependent on an Oregon resident or has financial independence
  • Student’s primary purpose for being in Oregon is something other than to obtain an education
  • The nature and sources of student’s financial resources are clear
  • Student can show various indicators of residency (e.g., ownership of a primary residence, permanent employment, or payment of income taxes—all in Oregon)

After reviewing the FAQ, please peruse applicable residency rules. There are also residency rules that apply specifically to Oregon’s Native American tribal members. Also, under the tuition equity law, some students who meet certain criteria are exempt from nonresident tuition and fees.

Schedule a Call or Zoom Meeting

If you have additional questions, you can schedule a phone call or Zoom meeting with University of Oregon Assistant Director for Residency Richard Cleare.

Questions can also be emailed to richard.admissions@uoregon.edu.

If you would like to submit a Residence Information Affidavit and/or supporting residency documents, you may email them in PDF format to richard.admissions@uoregon.edu or mail them to:

Office of Admissions
1217 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1217
ATTN: Residency

The Residence Information Affidavit does not need to be notarized. We have waived that requirement, but we have yet to remove those instructions from the affidavit form.