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1 University Of Oregon By: Anna Montes and Valerie Valdovinos

2 Google Map: Eugene, OR Location

3 Campus:

4 Urbanistic yet Rural Eugene, a quintessential college town, frequently turns up on lists of the best places to live, as well as greenest and most bicycle-friendly cities. Eugene offers big-city amenities, world class arts and culture, a lively music scene, breath-taking scenery and endless opportunties for outdoor recreation.

5 size The UO Campus Number of buildings on campus80 Acres of main campus295 Parking on campus is limited, walking and biking is recommended/encouraged Free on-campus transportation for students

6 environment Nearest city is Portland, OR. About 2 hrs driving distance 16 hours 16 mins 977 mi - I-5 N driving distance from San Diego Rains on ave. = 140 days a year (: Snows & overcast! Temperature normally does not exceed approx degrees Very green! Eugene has been named the #1 Green City in the United States by National Geographic’s Green Guide for its accomplishments in the areas of renewable energy, livability, and public green space.

7 Application/Admissions $50 application fee Graduate from a standard or accredited high school Earn a C– or better in fifteen college preparatory courses. English—four years. Mathematics—three years. Science—three years. Social Studies—three years. Second language—two years. GPA of at least a 3.0 Submit official high school transcripts

8 Admission Middle 50 percent SAT Test Scores: Critical Reading Math Writing Gender Male11,819 Female12,628

9 Enrollment 2011 Undergraduate Applications Freshman Transfer Total Applicants: 23,012 3,990 27,002 Admitted: 16,790 2,277 19,067 Enrolled: 4,086 1,380 5,466 Average freshman high school GPA Average GPA3.59

10 housing Residence Halls (more than just to sleep) (6)

11 Expenses Tuition: Resident Tuition and Fees Based on enrollment of 15 credits per term (45 credits per year) $8,883 Nonresident / International Tuition and Fees Based on enrollment of 15 credits per term (45 credits per year)$27,738 Room& Board: On-Campus Housing Standard Double Occupancy Room, with Standard Meal Plan$9,501 Off-Campus Housing Monthly: Rent $535, Food $380, Utilities $140$9,501 Estimated total budget: Personal Expenses Cost varies depending on personal spending habits$2,412 "Personal Expenses" represents typical expenses that a student may incur in the course of day to day living: local transportation, clothing, personal items, laundry, going to a movie, or buying a pizza. It is provided for personal planning purposes only and does not represent a direct cost of attending the University. Total Cost of Attendance (Resident)$21,846 Total Cost of Attendance (Nonresident)$40,701

12 Housing Expenses Standard Meal Plan (approximately 16 meals per week) Room TypeTripleDoubleSingle Academic year $9,026$9,501$11,875 Pre-Payment$250 Per Month$940$994$1,263

13 financial aid Priority Deadline The University of Oregon's priority deadline for submitting the FAFSA is March 1. Because some types of funding are limited, we recommend submitting your FAFSA as early as possible after January 1. The FAFSA allows you to use projected figures if you have not yet completed your tax forms. The FAFSA should be completed in the January prior to enrollment at the University of Oregon each year. The school code for the University of Oregon is

14 academics Academic programs offered: different colleges: School of Architecture and Allied Arts College of Arts and Sciences College of Education Lundquist College of Business School of Journalism and Communication School of Music and Dance.

15 School of Architecture and Allied Arts Majors Architecture Art Art history Ceramics Digital arts Fibers Interior architecture Landscape architecture Material and product studies Metalsmithing and jewelry Painting Photography Planning, public policy and management Printmaking Product design Sculpture Minors Architecture Art Art history Community artsy a Historic preservationtoric prese Interior architectureLandscape architectureectureLanhtec Multimedia Nonprofit administrationnprofit administrati Planning, public policy and management

16 College Of Arts And Sciences African Studies African Studies Anthropology Asian Studies Biology Chemistry Cinema Studies Classics Comparative Literature Computer and Information Sciences Creative Writing East Asian Languages and Literature Economics English Environmental Studies Ethnic Studies European Studies Folklore General Science Program General Social Sciences Geography Geological Sciences German and Scandinavian History Humanities Human Physiology International Studies Judaic Studies Latin American Studies Linguistics Mathematics Medieval Studies Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Romance Languages Russian and Eastern European Studies Center Sociology Theatre Arts Women's and Gender Studiesian Studiesistry Cinema S Comparteraturend Informationive WritAsian Languages and Liish Environmental Studies Ethnic General Science ocial Sciences Geography Geologicalstory Humman Phy International StudiesAmerican Studi Mathematics Mediosophy Plitical Science Psycholmance Languages Russianudies Cenogy Theatre Arts Wodies

17 College Of Education Lunquist College Of Business School Of Journalism And Communication Majors Communication disorders and sciencesCommunication disorders and sciences Educational foundations Family and human services Minor Special educationn Majors Accounting Business administrationion Minor Business administrationBittion Majors Journalism Journalism: advertisinging Journalism: communication studiesJournalisin studies Journalism: public relations Minoro Communication studies

18 School of Music and Dance Majors Dance Music Music compositionMusiosition Music educationMusic edu Music: jazz studies studies Music performanceMusic Minorsrs Dance Music Preparatory Programs While you earn a UO degree, you can also pursue a preparatory program, which will not lead to a degree but will prepare you for a graduate program or profession in that subject. Business Clinical laboratory science—Medical technology laboratory science—Medical technology DentistryDentist Engineering Forensic science Health sciences Law MedicineMedi Nursingng Occupational therapyOccupati Optometry PharmacyPharm Physical therapyapy Physician assistantPhysician a Podiatryy Social workSl work Teacher educationTucation Veterinary medicineary medicine

19 Class size Median class size19 Student to teacher ratio19:1 Median class size by class type Lecture26 Discussion24 Laboratory17 Activity15 Seminar, independent study, and individual research 2

20 activities Club Teams Intramural Sports offers students, faculty and staff members the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of sports and recreational activities. Superior skill levels or previous sport experience are not prerequisites for participation; there is a place for everyone from the novice to the advanced competitor. Activities are offered in men’s, women’s and coed divisions.

21 Oregon Teams Division 1 Men’s -Baseball -Basketball -Cross Country -Football -Golf -Tennis -Track & Field Women’s -Basketball -Cross Country -Golf -Lacrosse -Soccer -Softball -Acrobatics & Tumbling -Tennis -Track & Field -Volley Women’s -Acrobatics & Tumbling -Basketball -Cross Country -Golf -Lacrosse -Soccer -Softball -Tennis -Track & Field -Volleyball

22 campus visits The UO hosts campus tours and admission information sessions six days a week, excluding Sundays. Ninety-minute walking tours acquaint visitors with the main campus, and are offered each weekday at 8:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 1:30 p.m., and on Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.

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