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Ivy O'Neal

Reviewed: 12/27/2019

Degree: Architecture

My architectural training and degree has been an incredibly valuable and worthwhile investment. Architecture allows students to utilize both the left and right brain equally, studying everything from physics to art history, while simultaneously developing profound critical thinking skills. Architecture trains students in the intangibles that the professional world is looking for; creative thinking, complex problem solving, collaborative work skills, and the ability to communicate your ideas. It is... Read More

Rich K

Reviewed: 4/18/2018

Degree: Architecture

The University of Oregon's architecture program was significant in my understanding of and development in sustainable architecture. I highly recommend the program to students and aspiring architects hoping to practice this type of architecture. It should be noted that throughout the education at the school, the sustainability aspects are very much integrated and embedded in all of the courses and work. It may seem at times that the school barely touches on the popular ideas of what sustainable architecture... Read More

Jessica Hammond

Reviewed: 3/6/2017

Degree: Psychology

University of Oregon is a school that promotes diversity which is something I appreciated having while attending for my undergraduate degree, I feel this truly enriched my undergraduate experience. The school offer a wide array of classes for many varying degrees, and I found the quality of instructors to be far superior than what I would've expected. Additionally I found the ease of using the various online systems to be an added bonus, coming from someone who is not technologically savvy!

Lauren Sheridan

Reviewed: 2/27/2017

Degree: Cultural Studies

If you are looking for a smaller school setting this is not a school for you. The women's and gender studies department provided a smaller school experience. The campus is beautifully situated in the Pacific Northwest. The school does have a large focus on athletics which can be positive or negative depending on your interests.