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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.
110 Johnson Hall
Eugene, OR 97403

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I've had an interest in Oregon for awhile because their government seems to always be a step ahead on the national issues important to me. Then I discovered The University of Oregon has a top ranked Legal Research and Writing Law program so I came to visit. I loved the state, the people, even the weather. I easily pictured myself living there. The law school and dedicated library are the most impressive I have toured regarding aesthetics and technology.

LRW is an important function in being a policy analyst which is so important in these changing times. I was inspired by how many female professors, deans, and VPs there are. I'm certain UO Law is where I need to be and I'm anxious to begin.
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My major, Special Education, has been consistently ranked in the top three nationally at University of Oregon. I wasn't too sure about moving to the the PNW at first but could not pass up the opportunity to earn a diploma from a program that would give me a clear advantage. I've benefitted from a very full and rich four years here and had a lot of fun along the way. Thanks to incredibly supportive professors and advisors I was able to double major with Spanish plus minor in Sociology, study abroad two terms, and still graduate on time. All my experiences enable me to leave with so much more than a degree and high demand skills. As for adjusting to the PNW, once you're addicted to coffee you'll know you've acclimated.
As a graduate of the University of Oregon in 2017, I thoroughly enjoyed studying both Psychology and Spanish. With a collaborative student environment and dedicated instructors, the academic rigor was challenging, yet rewarding. Socially, it was difficult to find friends, but opportunities to meet others always presented themselves.