|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|University of Oregon Students||11%||12%||58%||26%||2%||4%||3%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to University of Oregon in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
90% of students
I feel like I can be myself, and there is always a place for me.
they try to hold on to history, therefore some of the school buildings are old and have no air conditioning or heaters.
The University of Oregon is composed of encouraging, personable, and understanding professors who are dedicated to your education as much as you are. Here at the UO, you receive an education that is well-rounded and manageable.
If you attend the UO, be prepared for construction. This however is a small inconvenience that is outweighed by the experience.
There is a lot of support and help when you need it from the University of Oregon. If you have a hard time focusing there are centers on the campus that can help you. Those are what I look for when I need help in staying focused.
I'm much more academic-oriented, so I've really enjoyed the professors in the English Department. Most I have worked with so far are intelligent, reasonable, and welcoming. I will say that in the English program, they do put class locations wherever they have free space, so be prepared for some walking. However, the program content is great and the atmosphere is nice!
I wish there was a bit more organization clarity in the location of classes and that there were more options for food. But, overall I really don't have any complaints other than the normal university administration can be confusing at times and not all professors are your favorite. Overall though, I've enjoyed my classes.
I like that there are so many opportunities.
The housing, the cost, the dorm food.
I liked the campus community and the variety of majors offered.
I didn't like the lack of flexibility in course scheduling.