About the Graduate School

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About the Graduate School

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Excellence. Innovation. Inclusiveness.

Empowering students to take their education and careers to the next level.

A Leader in Graduate Study 

The UO ranks in the top 20 percent nationally in such varied fields as creative writing, education, environmental law, landscape architecture, psychology, sports marketing, sustainable business practices, and many more.

No. 3
Special Education Graduate Program
No. 8
environmental law and natural resources law program
No. 25
clinical psychology Program

Our Mission

The Graduate School promotes excellence, innovation, and inclusiveness across all graduate programs. Serving as the institutional home for graduate students, the Graduate School provides cross-disciplinary experiences, funding, and professional development; advocates for graduate students, within and beyond the university; and partners with programs to prepare the next generation of researchers, scholars, entrepreneurs, artists, and thoughtful leaders to transform our communities, locally and globally.

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What We Do

We are here to support and guide you as you prepare for that next step.

Connect with us to find application guidance, community, funding options and tools to navigate your degree.

Community of Scholars and Innovators

Data and Assessment

 

12.1%

Racial and Ethnic Minorities

15.1%

International Students

68.8%

Out-of-State Students

49%

Master's Students

40%

Doctoral Students

11%

Law Students

We Support Our Students

Funding and Graduate Employment

 

$45M
GE support awarded annually by UO
83%
doctoral students supported through GE positions
$2M+
fellowships and awards annually

Average Time to a Degree

5.43
Years for Doctoral students
1.97
years for master's students

Advisory Councils

Graduate Council

The Graduate Council advises the Dean of the Graduate School on matters pertaining to graduate study at the University of Oregon. The council also establishes general policies and regulations governing graduate study at the University of Oregon.

Graduate Council

Graduate Student Advisory Council

The Graduate Student Advisory Board (GSAB) facilitates communication between students and the Graduate School administration with the goal of meeting student needs and enriching the university experience for all graduate students.

Student Advisory Council

Graduate Diversity Advisory Council

The Diversity Council works to ensure that diversity remains integral to excellence at the University of Oregon campuses in Eugene and Portland. The Council endeavors to inclusively and equitably approach diversity projects and initiatives.

Diversity Advisory Council

Organizations for Graduate Students

The Graduate School directly sponsors several organizations that offer valuable opportunities to develop your professional skills, service, and networks.  

Connect with Us 

Still have questions? Or can’t find what you’re looking for?

Contact our office at 541-346-5129 or gradsch@uoregon.edu.