SSEM’s mission is to build a diverse, exceptional, and inclusive campus community. We are committed to providing access, affordability, and essential services that support all students to succeed as engaged, healthy, life-long learners at the University of Oregon and beyond. We aspire to serve our community with excellence, integrity, innovation, and compassion.
WHO WE ARE
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 and scholarship, orientation, campus life 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 2018 was another banner year.
For the ninth year in a row, the incoming class was the most diverse in university history, and traditionally under-represented students accounted for 36 percent of the class. The new class also offers socio-economic diversity—this was the largest class of incoming freshmen from Oregon who are eligible for federal Pell Grants, which are intended for students from lower-income households. On the tenth year of Pathway Oregon and the sixth year since we redesigned the program we have enrolled more than 800 new students, which is a new record by over 100 students. This is the largest Pathway Oregon class ever and represents a doubling of the freshmen class since we redesigned the program in 2013. 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. But we don't stop there. We care and support students while they live and learn on campus in University Housing, visit the Counseling and Testing Center or Health Center. We also support community education through our Continuing and Professional Education progam.
STUDENT LIFE CYCLE
Student Life Cycle "The Oregon O" is the ultimate symbol for learning, an unending process throughout our lives. Here we see it reflected in the student life cycle, a process without an end. Prospective students make the decision to become Oregon Ducks, go on to achieve success here, then graduate. Through their academic, career, community, and financial contributions, alumni and donors fuel the growth and development of new students. We value our alumni and encourage them to give the wheel another spin. Welcome to our circle; or as we call it The Oregon O.
- Prospective Students
- Admitted to the University of Oregon
- Enrolled Students
- Graduates of the University of Oregon
- University of Oregon Alumni
- Donors to the University of Oregon
Skanner awards three scholarships to Ducks
The 33rd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Skanner breakfast had much to celebrate this year in Portland, Oregon. Hundreds of people throughout the community including Governor Kate Brown, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, Senator Ron Wyden, Senator Jeff Merkley, and Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici, gathered to recognize and remember the life and legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.