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Oregon is a public graduate school in Eugene, Oregon. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 3,547 graduate students. Of the 77 graduate programs offered at University of Oregon, only 1 is offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of Oregon are Business, Law, and Architecture. 11% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

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At the University Of Oregon, I'm confident that I will become very successful graduating from the campus! Along with having the best professors to navigate other individuals to know more knowledge and become very successful leaving their course, the program in the campus is very wonderful and almost every individual in the campus will obligate others out on any situation they need help on handling. The view around the campus is unbeatable with the soft green grass, beautiful chill weather, and wonderful plants and trees around there. I'm very blessed I made it this far, and I'll continue to persevere the toughest obstacles in my way! Go Ducks!
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Everything varies a lot by the specific program, but I think most graduate students are generally happy with their experience. I have been. The biggest issue is that we aren't paid very well ; for many departments, our stipend is not enough to cover the cost of living in Eugene and there isn't time to do the work you get your stipend for, do your school work and research, and have an outside job. With that being said, most departments DO support their grad students at both the master's and PhD levels (in exchange for teaching) with a stipend and a tuition waiver, so it could be worse. As a city, Eugene is great. It's big enough to have good food and culture, but small enough that things like traffic don't really happen here. It really feels like a community. Although UO is okay on diversity, as a city Eugene is very white (and so is most of Oregon). And if you're into athletics, most of UO's teams have been doing very well on the national level in recent years.
I'm entering into the school psychology grad program. The education college at UO is very prestigious, with the strength of the curriculum and intern connections through the career center you can set yourself apart. When you combine this with a friendly people, a beautiful campus, and the vibrant city you get the whole package. There are a lot of options for reasonable studio apartments in modern, safe buildings. You can live in the area between downtown and campus where you can walk to stores, cafes, and bars. Plus the river trails are right there too. You definitely don't need a car with the excellent public transportation.