University of Oregon Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (38)
The University of Oregon was a very welcoming school with a lot of opportunities to expand upon your schoolwork on the form of extracurriculars and school-wide talks. I enjoyed being a part of Ethos Magazine and Unbound Magazine to get more experience with critiquing articles and learning how a publication works behind the scenes. I also thoroughly enjoyed the Theatre Department and being able to participate in their productions through Costume Design and Dramaturgy.
Being at the University of Oregon was an experience that will have an impact on the rest of my life. The connections I made while I was there have carried into my life, long after I graduated. The alumni network is so strong and walking anywhere where you see an 'O' provides a potential new connection. Waking up on Saturday morning and making the walk to Autzen Stadium is something that must be experienced in person, to really feel the passion that the entire STATE has for the school and the beloved Ducks. Go Ducks.
The University of Oregon's Master's Program thoroughly prepared me for a career in Education. I was able to quickly and easily find a job with my qualifications and I was more primed for the role than my peers who attended similar programs.
UO was great for me because it allowed me to be flexible on what I learned. However if I had taken more time before going to college I think I would have had a more fulfilling experience. Take a gap year of you can afford it.
Amazing experience. Beautiful campus, small/medium size classes, top-notch sports program. I loved my experience at the University of Oregon and I'm proud to be a Duck.
Good general education as well as some great classes offered to find what you want to do.
At first I didn't think going to a really small business school was going to be worth my time. I was horribly wrong. Being part of a small business school like Oregon's you have unprecedented access to alumni that work through out the United States. On top of that there are quarterly trips for experiential learning that many other business schools can take you on. It may not seem like much but those experiential learning trips made the MBA program worth while. You get the education like any other business school, but you also get hands on experience meeting with alumni in the network.
I loved going to college and everything about U of O. I was happy to graduate once the time came, but it was four of the most fun years of my life.
They had a great psychology department. Staff were knowledgeable and did a lot of research on campus. The department was a little older. The newer focus was on Journalism and Business.
Oregon is a wonderfully friendly campus with a great staff. High quality learning and academics are available as well as great entertainment and activities, so be sure to balance your time. Academics get overshadowed by athletics in the media, but not on campus itself. Eugene is a great little town, not too big or too small.