$196 million, every year.

That’s the amount of federal, state, institutional, foundation, and private funds the UO gives to undergraduate students each year. Our job is to keep the UO affordable to students who choose the UO and to remove barriers to your becoming a Duck. About 65 percent of our undergraduates receive some type of scholarships or financial aid.


The world could always use more Ducks.

Enter PathwayOregon. Every Oregonian who works hard and wants a quality education deserves to get one. We created a program that promises full tuition and fees to Pell-eligible students graduating with a 3.40 GPA. To one of the top public research institutions in the nation.

Scholar Spotlight

 
Scholar Spotlight
  • Building relationships is just as important as learning to build buildings for architecture major Chelsey Luiz. She is putting her scholarships to work for her exploring everything the Clark Honors College and School of Architecture & Allied Arts have to offer. Getting plugged in with various professors, staff, and older students helps her be a contributing member of the UO community.

  • The beautiful Pacific Northwest drew Helena to the university. This world traveler is using her scholarships to focus on studying biology. Her participation in Clark Honors College events, such as Ducks After Dark, and field trips with the Geology Club help her make good friends while exploring all UO has to offer.

  • Presidential and Summit Scholarships help Clark Honors College student Seth Temple participate in UO's Language Immersion programs so he can study abroad in Tübingen, Germany this year. He chose UO because it is close to his family, provides its students with generous scholarships, and the state of Oregon is a beautiful place.

  • This savvy business major and Arabic Studies minor earned a PathwayOregon scholarship and took a job as a resident assistant in the residence halls to offset his college expenses. Wyatt enjoys helping new students with their transition to college and linking them to UO resources while learning more about himself in the process. He hopes to join the Peace Corps after graduation and help a struggling community in the Middle East.