“We are excited to welcome the class of 2027, which is the second-largest class in the history of the university, among the most diverse, and includes the largest number of Oregonians. Including these new students, our university represents all 50 states, every county in Oregon, and 90 other countries. We are excited to see how this class will excel during their UO careers.”
— Roger J. Thompson, Vice President for Student Services and Enrollment Management
Top 15 Majors Requested
Majors are listed in alphabetical order:
School and College Breakdown
Percentage of first-year students with a major in the following school or college:
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Design
College of Education
College of Business
School of Journalism and Communication
School of Music and Dance
Racial Diversity Breakdown
17% Hispanic or Latino
6% Black or African American
3% Native American or Alaska Native
2% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
These numbers add up to more than 38% because many students identify with more than one race or ethnicity.
Top States for Migrating Ducks
Each of these states represent top recruitment areas for the Class of 2027:
PathwayOregon ensures that academically qualified, Federal Pell Grant-eligible Oregonians will have 100 percent of their undergraduate tuition and fees covered. In addition to financial support, the program provides comprehensive academic support and career guidance.
All fall 2023 numbers on this page represent preliminary day-one enrollment. This may differ from official fourth-week census reporting available later in the fall. Fall counts include students who started in the summer term and continue in the fall. Source: University of Oregon SSEM Research and Assessment day-one reporting. Data prepared on September 26, 2023.