Become a part of the next class of active, brilliant, determined Ducks. Come ready to innovate, start something, and expand your horizons. We can't wait to welcome you into the Oregon community. It's time to become a Duck.
Nestled between rivers, mountains, and a rocky coastline—we’re all about beautiful contrasts.
We’re relentlessly innovative, but grounded in a history we’re constantly learning from. We’re thinkers who create, builders who dream, adventurers, and change agents happily rooted in our own personal arboretum.
We love technology and nature, abstract art and discrete mathematics. We believe in respect and inclusion, conversation, and collaboration, and we’re always interested in diverse perspectives.
At the UO you’ll develop a strong foundation in real-world settings with outstanding faculty, whether in a field experience or internship, researching in campus labs, or as part of a student-led program.
All of these degrees offer flexibility after college, teaching you skills that relate to a wide variety of occupations or serve as excellent precursors to graduate programs.
“The people that I met made my undergraduate experience so special; ranging from friends, teachers, and graduate students, to people you met in the elevator. I came into college very nervous to meet so many new people but I have been welcomed with open arms in so many spaces and I have loved trying to be that for others.”
Ducks dive into research to find answers to some of humanity’s biggest questions. We’re using big data to save and improve lives, striving to predict earthquakes and prevent deadly disease. We’re combining expertise across disciplines in math, biology, and genomics with bioengineering, neuroengineering, and precision medicine to fight cancer.
“What I like most about the research neighborhoods (at the Knight Campus) are the interactions. Students are exposed to different types of scientific research which helps them find their own path and create their own collaborations.”
– Parisa Hosseinzadeh, Computational Biochemist and Assistant Professor, Knight Campus