Transfer to Oregon
Considering transferring to the UO? Life here as a transfer student isn’t defined by the buildings or the rankings or the clubs—it’s the community. This is a campus that values authenticity and genuine interactions, where nerding out over your passions isn’t nerdy at all. We’re abuzz with fresh ideas, and there’s a spark to the atmosphere that inspires you to try something big, something groundbreaking. All around you are the tools you need to make it happen, with the people you need to show you how. In short, this is the place to find your place.
Find Your Path
With hundreds of academic programs, the UO has what you need to find your launch pad. Explore all our majors, minors, certificates, and preparatory programs including health professions like nursing and dentistry. Whether you’re ready to declare a major now or you’re not sure where to start, our advisors can help you delve into a passion, explore a new interest, and find your path at the UO and beyond while staying on track to graduate. With career services and portfolio-building opportunities under the same roof, you’ll find everything you need to join other recent alums who have jump started their careers.
Count Your Credits
You’ve done the work—you deserve the credit. The University of Oregon has options to make transferring your college credits easy. After we receive your application, we’ll send you an official report of how your credits will transfer in just a few weeks.
Transfer Support Resources
We’re happy to help no matter where you’re at in the transfer process—if you’re working on your application, wondering how your credits will transfer, or just exploring your options. You can contact the Office of Admissions by email at email@example.com or by call or text at 541-346-3201. We also welcome you to reach out directly to one of our staff who are dedicated to making your transfer experience a smooth one.
The UO campus is buzzing with activity and energy. With more than 300 student organizations, you’ll have room to explore your interests with other Ducks from across the US and the world. And we offer plenty of housing options, including staying connected on campus in a residence hall, living in a university-sponsored apartment, or even allowing our staff to help you find the perfect off-campus home.
Cost and Scholarships
A college degree is a big investment, but finances don’t have to be a barrier to becoming a Duck. The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships is here to help you navigate your options. Our team offers guidance to students on federal aid, scholarships, loans, and even general financial literacy and budgeting guidance through the Financial Flight Plan (FFP) program.