University of Oregon
Basic School Info:
- They have an awesome teaching program- Ranked 12th in the nation. I will need to get a Bachelor's Degree in order to become a teacher.
- Tuition & Fees: $10,761
- Estimated total per year if living in dorms: $26,204
- Total after 4 years (if still living in dorms): $103,649
- Enrollment: 21,566 full-time and 2,559 part-time
- Student-faculty ratio: 18 to 1
- UO is located in Eugene, Oregon.
- It offers many club and intramural sport teams
- There are lots of bike and hiking trails on campus
- The campus is surrounded by trees and mountains and is a lot like Grants Pass
- Over the course of a year, the temperature typically varies from 34°F to 84°F and is rarely below 25°F or above 94°F
How Do I Get In?
- Graduate from a standard or accredited high school
- Earn a C– or better in 15 college preparatory courses
- Submit your official high school transcripts.
- Submit SAT or ACT scores
- Submit an application essay
How Will I Pay?
- My current cumulative GPA is about 3.8
- I plan on applying for as many scholarships as I can, including Bearss Memorial Scholarship, Caveman Kiwanis Club Scholarship, Dale Boothe Memorial Scholarship, Drummond Family Scholarship, Flaming Family Scholarship In Memory Of Lucy Flaming, and many, many more.
- I will also get a job and help pay for part of my college, and my parents may also chip in.
My High School Goals:
- During the next 2 years of high school, I plan on having good grades, doing extracurricular activities, and maintaining a good work ethic.
- I will be taking classes like calculus, AP U.S. history, and leadership.
Helpful Volunteer Work:
- Volunteer work is very helpful in many aspects of life. It adds to your college application, connects you to your community and school, and contributes to your character.
- In my future career as a teacher, volunteer work will add to my humbleness and will remind me what goes on behind the scenes in my community.
- Some volunteer work I do is helping at elementary schools, doing various jobs in the school, and helping with odd-jobs in the community.