Welcome to the University of Oregon
Our students are smart, creative, and increasingly diverse. We support and celebrate their successes, and we work hard to provide inspiring educational opportunities in the classroom and beyond.
Number of Students
Students from: 101 countries
Average Class Size
Student to Faculty Ratio
Retention Rate for International Freshman
Yearly Amount of Student Scholarship
Average GPA of Entering Students
当您在 UO 获得一个学位时，您还可以修预科课程（上图中棕色字体）。
While you earn a degree at the UO, you can also pursue a preparatory program (the brown column above). These programs supplement your major and prepare you for a graduate program or profession in these subjects,
but do not lead to a degree on their own.
As an undergraduate you may apply for admission as a freshman or a transfer student.
新生申请 Freshman Admissions
You are a freshman if you completed high school (secondary school) and have not yet enrolled in a regular session at a college or university.
交换生申请 Transfer Admissions
You are a transfer applicant if you have completed high school (secondary school) and have enrolled in a college or university.
有条件录取 Conditional Admissions
You are a transfer or freshman student who does not meet UO's English proficiency requirement. You will attend UO's English language school, American English Institute (AEI). Once you have completed AEI, you will automatically begin your UO degree-seeking program.
Once you are admitted to the UO, you can apply for housing online at housing.uoregon.edu/apply. All incoming first-year undergraduate students live on campus. Our ten residence halls offer many room types, including traditional double rooms, single rooms, and 4 or 6-person suites. A meal plan is included in your room and board rate. You can choose from one of five plans, depending on how often you would like to eat in the on-campus dining halls. We also have specialized halls called Academic Residential Communities where you can live with other students based on an academic program or other theme.
After their first year, many students move out of the residence halls. There are many off-campus housing options in safe, clean, and friendly Eugene. The UO offers an online service that allows students to browse local rental listings.
International Cultural Service Program (ICSP) Tuition Scholarships
The ICSP scholarship awards 30–40 competitive scholarships to international students each year. Scholarships apply to tuition only and range from $9,000–$32,000 per year. ICSP scholarships are based on financial need, academic merit, and the ability to make presentations to diverse groups of people. The ICSP scholarship has a cultural service component that requires students to give presentations about their home country to children, community organizations, and UO students, faculty, and staff. Applications are due on January 15.
The Excellence Scholarship is a merit award based on high school grade point average (GPA) and SAT or ACT scores. The GPA must be 3.90 or higher on a 4.00 grading scale. The SAT score must be 1450 or higher. The ACT score must be 33 or higher. The Excellence provides $15,000 per year to international students. The Excellence award is renewable up to four years. To qualify, you must apply for admission by January 15, and all application materials must be received by February 15. Note: the Excellence, Summit and Apex scholarships cannot be combined.
The Summit Scholarship is a merit award based on high school grade point average (GPA) and SAT or ACT scores. The GPA must be 3.80 or higher on a 4.00 grading scale. The SAT score must be 1250 or higher. The ACT score must be 26 or higher. The Summit provides $10,000 per year to international students. The Summit award is renewable up to four years. To qualify, you must apply for admission by January 15, and all application materials must be received by February 15. Note: the Excellence, Summit, and Apex scholarships cannot be combined. The GPA requirement is waived for holders of an official IB diploma.
The Apex Scholarship is a merit award based on high school grade point average (GPA) and SAT or ACT scores. The GPA must be 3.60 or higher on a 4.00 grading scale. The SAT score must be 1220 or higher. The ACT score must be 25 or higher. The Summit provides $7,500 per year to international students. The Summit award is renewable up to four years. To qualify, you must apply for admission by January 15, and all application materials must be received by February 15. Note: the Excellence, Summit, and Apex scholarships cannot be combined. The GPA requirement is waived for holders of an official IB diploma.
International Student Work-Study Program
This program grants more than 50 work-study awards, ranging from $500–$6,000 each year, to eligible international students with financial need. Students who receive these awards can compete for on-campus work-study jobs during the academic year. Students are not guaranteed on-campus jobs, but opportunities for on-campus employment will increase.
The UO Office of International Affairs grants several competitive cash-based scholarships each year to international students who demonstrate financial need and academic merit. To learn more, you may contact them at +1 541-346-3206 or firstname.lastname@example.org.