• Academic Extension offers teachers online K-12 science help.

  • Thanks to the generosity of the Atlanta-based Stamps Family Charitable Foundation, the University of Oregon will double the number of Stamps Scholars starting in fall 2018. Learn about our incoming class of Stamps 

  • SSEM is conducting a national search for Assistant Vice President and Registrar

  • Freshman in the UO chapter of the Evans Scholars Program received the Roland F. “Mac” McGuigan Academic Trophy for a 3.6 cumulative GPA at the 65th annual Evans Scholars winter meeting in Chicago.

  • Our most generous benefactors made a $500 million gift to launch the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact—dedicated to fast-track science discoveries into innovations, products or cures that could improve the quality of life for people in Oregon, the nation and the world.

Taking Flight

The Division of Student Services and Enrollment Management advances the University of Oregon's tradition of excellence by enrolling and retaining high-achieving scholars from Oregon, across the country, and around the world. We work on behalf of prospective students, current students, and their families through each phase of the enrollment process: the college search, admission, registration, financial aid, matriculation, transition, and onward to graduation.

The UO continues to achieve unprecedented levels of success in enrollment. The past years have seen the UO set historic records in the academic quality and diversity of incoming classes—and 2016 was another banner year.

For the sixth year in a row, the incoming class was the most diverse in university history, and traditionally under-represented students accounted for nearly 31 percent of the class. The new class also offers socio-economic diversity—39 percent of incoming freshmen from Oregon are eligible for federal Pell Grants, which are intended for students from lower-income households. Additionally, the academic achievements of this year's new class are remarkable. The average GPA of incoming freshmen remains exponentially higher than 10 years ago and their average SAT and ACT scores set a new UO record.