University of Oregon
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Mascot: The Duck
Campus History and Origin
Back in 1859, Congress required Oregon’s founders to establish a public university for all to join. That university is US Oregon’s pioneers were more concerned with working out a living than in the refinements of higher education. But in the early 1870s, Judge Joshua Walton convinced residents of Eugene City to become home to what would become the fledgling state’s flagship university. After producing seven governors, two Nobel Prize winners, 13 Pulitzer Prize winners, 19 Rhodes Scholars, 13 Olympic medalists, and six NFL Hall of Famers.
Today, more than 24,000 students, from all 50 states and more than 95 countries, study at Oregon. But their early years were not without their challenges. They nearly closed in 1881 because of a debt of $8,182. Railroad magnate Henry Villard donated $7,000 to pay it down. Oregon named our second building after him. In 1885, the university received its first appropriation from the legislature, for $30,000. That funding increased to $47,500 by 1901. On two occasions, in 1913 and again in 1932, efforts to combine the UO with what is now Oregon State University in Corvallis were thwarted—no doubt to the relief of Ducks and Beavers alike.
That first muddy 17-acre parcel has grown into a verdant, 295-acre gem, home to more than 3,000 trees. Not to mention brand new labs, residence halls, and soon, a newly remodeled recreation center and student union.But there’s more to the University of Oregon than buildings and trees, books and labs. From that first muddy pasture has sprung an intellectual curiosity every bit as vibrant as our trees.
We yearn to ask why and what if. So why? Why this place? Why right now?
Because they're Ducks. And that’s what Ducks do.
As well as the creator of Nike Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight graduated from Oregon University. Now the teams gets all the best gear when it comes to uniforms from Nike.
A. Graduate from a standard or accredited high school.Check to see if your high school is on the list of regional accreditors.
B. Earn a C– or better in 15 college preparatory courses.
English—4 years. All four years should be in preparatory composition and literature with emphasis on and frequent practice in writing expository prose.
Mathematics—3 years. Must include first-year algebra and two additional years of college-preparatory mathematics, including Algebra II (or equivalent) or higher. An advanced mathematics course is highly recommended in your senior year. Algebra and geometry taken prior to ninth grade are acceptable.
Science—3 years. Must include a year each in two fields of college-preparatory science such as biology, chemistry, physics, or earth and physical science. One year of laboratory science is recommended.
Social Studies—3 years. Complete three years of social studies from such areas as global studies, history, or social studies electives.
Second language—2 years. The UO offers several options for meeting the second-language requirement.
C. Submit your official high school transcripts.Transcripts should show courses through at least the end of eleventh grade. Upon graduation, submit a final transcript confirming graduation and showing all academic course work.
D. Submit SAT or ACT scores.We accept SAT Reasoning Test or ACT (with the optional writing component). We prefer scores to be sent directly from the testing service, but we do accept scores reported on official high school transcripts or reported by the high school counselor on the paper application for admission. If you plan to participate in intercollegiate athletics, however, we must receive your scores from the testing service. When you take the test, list the UO as one of your score recipients. Our school code number for the SAT Reasoning Test is 4846; our code for the ACT is 3498.
E. Submit an application essay.The UO is interested in learning more about you. Write an essay of 500 words or less that shares information that we cannot find elsewhere on your application. Any topic you choose is welcome. Some ideas you might consider include your future ambitions and goals, a special talent, extracurricular activity, or unusual interest that sets you apart from your peers, or a significant experience that influenced your life. If you are applying to the UO's Robert D. Clark Honors College, feel free to resubmit your honors college application essay. F. Explain personal circumstances (optional).
Advise us early in the admission process of any personal circumstances that affected your academic performance, especially if you do not meet one or more of the admission requirements. Include a statement with your application describing any personal challenges you’ve overcome and explain their impact on your education. Details of any serious illness, diagnosed disability, personal difficulties, or family circumstances that have affected your education are encouraged.Maximum statement length is 500 words. This statement is not required.
Tuition and Costs
Campus Life: Take A Hike
Participate in the 17th Annual Faculty/Staff Walk or Fun Run. This one-mile walk or 5k Fun Run starts/finishes at the Student Recreation Center Turf Field. Walk or run with other faculty & staff and win some great prizes! The grand prize is a one-year membership to the Student Recreation Center. The first 100 people who register and participate receive a free gift. All U of O employees are eligible to participate. Pre-registration is encouraged, but you may also register on-site.
Degree Plan: Clinical Lab Science
University Core Curriculum
Communication American History Language,Philosophy & Culture Mathematics Life & Physical Sciences - Lab Life and Physical Sciences Political Science Social and Behavioral Sciences Creative Arts Component Area Option
Clinical Lab Sci Preqs
Clinical Lab Science Core
CLSC 3153 | CLSC 3155 | CLSC 3161 | CLSC 3164 | CLSC 3252 | CLSC 3257 | CLSC 3260 | CLSC 3262 | CLSC 3268 | CLSC 3269 | CLSC 3351 | CLSC 3354 | CLSC 3356 | CLSC 3357 | CLSC 3364 | CLSC 3366 | CLSC 3368 | CLSC 4100 | CLSC 4180 | CLSC 4273 | CLSC 4274 | CLSC 4275 | CLSC 4471 | CLSC 4472 | CLSC 4476 | CLSC 4478 |
Letter of recommendation
To Whom It May Concern:
I would like to highly recommend Christopher Maree for the job as a plastic surgeon at Del Sol Hospital. Christopher is a well focused person who sets goals for himself and always achieves them. He is always a consistent worker with his ability of his knowledge and has appropriate behavior towards others.
Some of Christopher's assets is the fact that he is organized, prepared, and is focused on the job 24/7. His ability of thriving to become great pushes him to achieve his task and always gets the job done. As you observe his work Christopher you notice his thrive to better his future and his push for more knowledge and understand his task better than anyone else.
He is a team worker and is willing to work with others to get the job done. His abilities including his intelligence, his way of thinking clearly and always coming up with new ideas.
Christopher Maree is a worker that strives and looks for better opportunities in his life. It is without a doubt that Christopher is a perfect fit on any level of this position. If you wish to ask more about his abilities and work ethics you can contact me at, firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone (915)937-9544.
To Whom It May Concern:
I am here to inform you that the classroom has become a whole different realm for me. Before, the teachers and students alike preached the importance of learning, but it was implicitly obvious that the most important concern was grades. At [school's name] teachers genuinely believe that learning is the most importance objective and deeply encourage us to collaborate with each other and make use of all resources that we may find. In fact, in a certain class this year, my teacher assigned us to prepare every day of the week to discuss a certain book; there were only two requirements in this preparation -- we had to maximize our sources, gleaning from everything and everyone in the school, but we were not allowed to actually look at the book. As a result, I know more about that book than any other that I have actually read. It is teaching methods such as this which ensure that we will learn more. Indeed, this matter of "thinking" has been one of the most important aspects of my experience. Whether in Physics or English, I'm required to approach every problem and idea independently and creatively rather than just regurgitate the teacher's words. In discussion with fellow students both inside and outside of class, the complex thoughts flowing through everyone's brain is evident.
The school's faculty and students are conscious about keeping all of the kids' attention from being based on the school. Every single issue of global concern is brought forth by one group or another whether it be a faculty member, publication, ethnic society, or individual student. Along with being aware of issues of importance, after attending Pebble Hills High School my personality has evolved. First, my mannerisms have grown: the school stresses giving respect to everyone and everything. Our former principal often said, "Strive for excellence not perfection." The other prime goal of the school's community is to convert every single timid lower-classman into a loud, rambunctious senior. Basically, if you have an opinion about something, it is wrong not to voice that opinion. Of course, being obnoxious is not the idea. The key is to become a master of communication with teachers, fellow students, all of whom are a part of the community, and most importantly, those who are outside of the community.
I do not want to make Pebble Hills High School sound as if it produces the perfect students, because it doesn't. But the school deserves a lot of credit for its efforts. Often, some part of the mold does remain. As the college experience approaches, I am still the same person, only modified to better maximize my talents. Although I still have some time to play tennis and see movies, perhaps one of the few similarities between this photograph and me now is my smile.
Christopher Maree Jr.
Good evening employer,
I am here applying for the position as Plastic Surgeon at Las Palmas Del Sol Medical Center which would be a perfect job.
This time of year I am earning my Master’s in Human Biology at the University of Oregon. My class that I’m currently enrolled in are Clinical Lab Sciences. Throughout my entire education I have done numerous projects for my experience in surgery. One was earning my Bachelor’s in Biomedical Science. My pursuit in surgery will make me become an asset to the hospital. My class that i was taking to get me where I was in college was PLTW Intro to Biomedical Science. Where they showed the basics of the training it takes to become a plastic surgeon and the education that proceeds.
As I am writing this to you I have graduated with the Master’s in Human Biology and am ready for your response. I’m a hardworking person that gets the job done. There will be no mistakes that happen because I will not have any failure in the workplace. Thank you for taking the time to read my letter to the hospital.
Christopher Maree Jr.
12345 Sesame street
El Paso, TX 79938
Christopher G. Maree Jr.
12345 Sesame Street
Pebble Hills High School
School was amazing for all the hard work and dedication that was paid off.
University of Oregon
Studying at the university I learned a handful as an intern. In the end it all paid off for my practice as a Plastic Surgeon.
University of Oregon
Plastic Surgeon Intern
Studying under the wing of the Plastic Surgeon in the university. I practiced on a patient for the first time and it went well.
Portland Emergency Center
Second Level Surgeon
Learning with the time you have at the emergency center a lot of things can occur. Even with time against me I was able to get through the job for at least one year.
Sports : Martial Arts
Working on my abilities to enhance capabilities, as well as fun activity to do.
Attributes : People person Working with other people around me is what i like to do