Eugene, OR
University of Oregon


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Recent Reviews

madison
What is your overall opinion of this school?

The University of Oregon is an excellent school. I am from Arizona yet I have never felt more at home being so far away. The ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The University of Oregon is an excellent school. I am from Arizona yet I have never felt more at home being so far away. The academics challenge you and set you up for a successful future. There are many opportunities to grow as a person here and I believe this school sets students up to be something bigger than themselves.

Elizabeth
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Awesome school in a beautiful location. Clearly a public university, so sometimes funding can be hard to come by, especially ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Awesome school in a beautiful location. Clearly a public university, so sometimes funding can be hard to come by, especially coming from out of state. Overall, an amazing school with great spirit and nice people. Can't wait for a few more years here.

Jenn
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The good: It's an excellent education particularly if you're going for human physiology. In general the teachers are good and...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The good: It's an excellent education particularly if you're going for human physiology. In general the teachers are good and (with rare exception) passable. Student life is vibrant and it can be hard to keep up with everything that is going on. Whether it is religion that gets you going every day or Rocky Horror call back lines there is a group for you. Housing off-campus is relatively easy to find and less expensive than on campus housing. If you enjoy watching/playing sports there is a huge community for that. It really is called Tracktown USA for a reason. The bad: The culture on campus and Eugene in general emphasizes alcohol and marijuana. Both are legal in Oregon, but were massively present before it was legal. While neither are inherently bad, the emphasis did have a deleterious effect on many people's education. While the campus is not this, the town is currently (2017) very homogenous. If you are a POC, you tend to stand out here. That has begun to change, however it is notable.

Lauren
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I've loved my experience at the University of Oregon thus far. The UO provides a wonderfully inclusive and open environment t...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I've loved my experience at the University of Oregon thus far. The UO provides a wonderfully inclusive and open environment to facilitate learning both in and out of the classroom. The staff, mother nature, and all those associated with the UO have helped to develop a beautiful and freshman-mindblowing plethora of opportunities and shaped a strong community that I am proud to contribute to and take part in. The university continues to work on their diversity and I strongly support and also push for greater action. I am also interested in the university's worldwide connections and involvement and would like to see the UO continue to increase the diversity of its study abroad programs.

Zophie
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Oregon is an amazing school. It has everything that I want in a school. Academics, social life, outdoor activities, sports a...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Oregon is an amazing school. It has everything that I want in a school. Academics, social life, outdoor activities, sports and is close enough to home that I can go home to do laundry. The campus is beautiful and in the heart of Eugene, so it is easy to access anything the city has to offer.

Jacob
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This is a great school, with great arts and sports programs! The campus is very well kept and it is a very prestigious schoo...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

This is a great school, with great arts and sports programs! The campus is very well kept and it is a very prestigious school to graduate from! Lots of Scholarships are offered, so it can be affordable to anyone if you take the time necessary to seek them out!

Janae
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This school is extremely nice and offers a lot of resources to there students. There is always an event that is going on and ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

This school is extremely nice and offers a lot of resources to there students. There is always an event that is going on and there is always a space for you to be involved. The main issue I have with this institution is the lack of diversity. This school is big on promoting diversity, but when I arrived it was rare to see more African-Americans or other people of color on campus that were not student athletes.

Skylar
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Oregon was my dream school. I attended there for four years as a student athlete for track and field. Those for years were th...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Oregon was my dream school. I attended there for four years as a student athlete for track and field. Those for years were the worst 4 years of my life. People on campus are very aggressive. The University is extremely close minded, if your are not a liberal hippie you are not welcome. People judge you before they get to know you. There is no authority on campus. I felt so unsafe all of the time. Homeless people throw stuff at you, I had someone spit on me and I had a couple of sorority girls throw a rock from their car at me because they didn't see the stop sign and almost hit me. Girls dress like sluts. Breasts are always out and I had a girl in my art class with her pubic hair hanging out of her shorts. As a female athlete I could never walk in the Jaqua without being harassed by black guys. I was sexually assaulted by a football player my sophomore year. Teachers would treat me differently because of my American Indian and Irish background which does not make sense since liberals are suppose to me lovers of non white people. I did workouts on pre's trail with my team and there would be drunk passed out people in the bushes. Drugs and alcohol are very very heavy on this college campus. The athletic side of Oregon is the worst in the country. The coaches and staff are some of the most cruel people I have ever met. The head track and field coach spoke to me only twice in my four years of running under him. The team physician mis diagnosed me three times. My teammates were very odd. Did not really make an effort to make new people welcome and they did not include people. There was a ton of middle school drama on the team and gossip and cliches. I am now a student at the University of Arkansas and I have never been happier. The campus is breath takingly gorgeous and clean unlike Oregon. People here do not protest they work on getting their degree unlike people at Oregon. People here are so friendly, welcoming and open minded. It is also a very family friendly atmosphere. The academics and athletic program here is stellar. Personally I would not recommend the University of Oregon to anyone based on my experience.

Sierra
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This is a good school if you're an average student. Don't feel like you have to join Greek life because the Greek life is ter...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

This is a good school if you're an average student. Don't feel like you have to join Greek life because the Greek life is terrible and for safety reasons, avoid fraternity parties. The campus is beautiful thanks to Uncle Phil, there's plenty to do if you're outdoorsy and don't mind 9 months of rain, and students are pretty into football/basketball. This is a pretty easy school to get into so don't expect amazing education, but the Lundquist College of Business is fairly well-known and respected. I had a lot of fun and made friends I'll probably have for the rest of my life. I definitely do not regret going and still miss it sometimes.

C. Colin
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Being the flagship research university in the state, the University of Oregon has a lot of expectations to live up to. The un...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Being the flagship research university in the state, the University of Oregon has a lot of expectations to live up to. The university, or UO as we Ducks lovingly refer to it, handles those expectations in spades. While academically rigorous, the atmosphere is generally laid back, as one might expect from a somewhat sleepy college town in Oregon. But it all works together to foster a vibe that not only encourages student excellence, but also healthy lifestyles, community engagement, and of course fun times. Oh, did I mention we're home to the Oregon Ducks? I don't know if you've heard, but we're kind of a big deal! School pride is deep at UO, and when I say we bleed green, I mean it. But why wouldn't we be proud? We are members of an amazing community, on an amazing campus with top faculty, facilities and resources. We're in the middle of beautiful Oregon and always just a short drive from some of the most breathtaking outdoor experiences one could ask for. We're also just a couple of hours away from Portland, and while I don't think the dream of the 90's is still alive there, it's still a pretty fun place to get away to for a weekend. All in all, UO has so much to offer in terms of education and life experience, I think it'd be a shame for anyone to miss out. I might be biased though. Oh yeah, Go Ducks!

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  • 20,049
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  • $10,762
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