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University Of Oregon, Eugene - Address, Phone Number

Address: 1585 E 13th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403, United States

Phone: +1-5413461000

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The University of Oregon is a research university in Eugene that was founded in 1876. The campus is spread over 295 acres and is located right next to the Willamette River. It is designed to resemble an arboretum, consisting of more than 500 species of trees. The university has a strong relationship with sports and athletics, courtesy its history with Nike Inc. Excellent sports facilities are provided in the campus and students can be often seen jogging or exercising around the campus or spending some time at the gym and courts.

University Of Oregon Information

  • Guided tour length: 90 minutes
  • One can also take a self guided walking tour of college grounds.

University Of Oregon Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

University Of Oregon Opening and Closing Hours

  • The offices are open from 8 am–5 pm, Monday-Friday.
  • Guided tours for interested students and parents at 9 am, 10 am, 11 am and 1 pm from Monday–Friday and at 10 am on Saturday.
  • Running tours offered at 8:30 am on first and third Fridays of each month.

How To reach University Of Oregon by Public Transport

  • By Bus: City shuttles stop at University of Oregon (Eugene) bus station
  • By renting or hiring a car/taxi.

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  • Could be great. But financial aid here is dismal. Won't help you at all. What's the point of going to a school if you're going to have to pay off debt for the next 50 years?

  • TWO THINGS: My wife, son and I walked the campus. We found some parts to be just gorgeous and then right next to it you'd see neglect. The stadiums, dorms and halls were very well designed in usefulness as well as appearance. The old cemetery is interesting to walk thru. TWO things we found very very odd, the first was that the food industry or offerings here were bad. The food was just bad in eugene period. The second issue here was that no one was smiling. We e even started playing a game to find someone who was smiling. We did find a lady reading by the student union who looked up and smiled at us as we walked by.

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  • It's okay... the food is edible but a bit pricy and bland. Also the paper that they promised me for paying them 100000 seems a bit expensive for what it is.

  • One of the worst institutions you could possibly go too. Avoid it at all costs. They are nothing more than Nikes puppet and routinely invest Millions in student athlete buildings while downsizing the journalism and business schools due to budget deficits. Furthermore they take advantage of the International student group and use them as a personal piggy bank. Poor facilities, poor lecturers, GTF's are frequently on strike due to ridiculously low wages. Lecturers often do not reply to emails and the school is unable to provide anything they attempt to promise. Horrible. If you are there, transfer. If you aren't don't go cross it off your list immediately.

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  • Great university, great people and a great athlete program. Loved the time I spent there while completing my thesis. Always returning to Eugene with a smile.

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