University of Oregon

Go Ducks!!

Basic School Information

  • Location: Eugene, Oregon
  • Many programs offered for a license: General Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapist/counseling, Counseling Psychology, Imagination etc.
  • Total fee for attending for 4 years: $48,632
  • Admission requirements: SAT score of 4846, ACT score of 3498, submit an application essay of 500 words, get C- or better in 15 college preparatory classes (2 years Second Language, 3 years Science, 4 years English etc.), submit transcripts, & graduate from an accredited High School
  • Enrollment: 24,473
  • Student-Teacher ratio: 21:1

Location Information

City: Eugene, Oregon


Fun Activities to do:


  • Oregon Air and Space Museum
  • Alton Baker Park (walks)
  • Oregon Bach Festival
  • Amazon Trail (walks/runs)
  • Mount Pisgah (runs/hike)
  • Willamette River Bike Trail
  • Skinner Butte Park
  • Studio West Glassblowing Studio and Gallery

Weather:


  • Fall and Winter average ranges: 43-53 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Spring and Summer average ranges: 47-62 degrees Fahrenheit

Geography:


  • Willamette Valley/River
  • Mount Pisgah
  • Highly fertile flat land
  • Surrounded by mountains on three sides
  • Calapooya Mountains

Paying for College

My plans for paying:


  • Get a job
  • Apply for scholarships
  • Have my family help pay for some

Scholarships I plan to apply for:


  • Rogue Credit Union Josephine County Scholarship
  • Grange Co-op Scholarship
  • Ann & Wirt Cogswell Scholarship- For Any University
  • Zottola Family Memorial Scholarship

FAFSA form deadline: March 1st

Achieving Post High School Goals:

My goals for the rest of my high school years:


  • Keep A's and B's for the whole school year
  • Keep my GPA above a 2.5
  • Stay involved in the clubs I'm in
  • Get more involved in community volunteer work


Classes I will take to achieve my goals:


  • Psychology 1&2
  • Intro to Sociology
  • Child Development 1,2,3,4
  • Food for Thought

Available Community Volunteer Work

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists hold volunteer sessions and workshops.
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