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U of O was somewhat affordable when I
U of O was somewhat affordable when I attended several years ago. I could work throughout the year and summer and have enough for tuition, with the help of scholarships and grants. That's all gone now, this school is nowhere near worth the money. Despite what the propaganda says, Oregon was never an elite nor selective school, and it's gotten far worse since I left. The place is overrun with adjunct professors who nothing more than temp workers. Resources have been taken from academics to help free up money for all of the stupid building projects which have nothing to do with scholarship. The admins have used their football team to attract very stupid undergrads from CA. If you're willing to pay $31,000 per year in out of state tuition to attend this school, then you're too stupid to be in college....
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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The university of Oregon was my dream schoolBrightArt & Design Department
The university of Oregon was my dream school however throughout my years attending I have found my self very disappointed. The school fails to provide adequate professors. The school also fails to provide available parking to students. While other university are beautifully established, Oregon is plopped in the center of Eugene with no organization. Campus rape and sexual assault is high on campus. Students tend to be very aggressive. I had a rock thrown at me my junior year by a group of girls who got because I crossed the road. Females dress extremely slutty with

breasts, parts of their butts showing and pubic hair sticking out. I believe this is a very poor representation of the university. The amount of drug use and alcohol consumed is very high. I would not recommend the university of Oregon to anyone that wishes to have a decent college career.

4th Year Female -- Class 2017
Scholastic Success: A-, Useful Schoolwork: F
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Instructors and faculty have helped me through every obstacle I have been though with registering, no matter how often it happens, and no matter how much I have changed my mind. I have had as much positive encouragement from this school as anyone could ask for.
5th Year Male -- Class 2016
Education Quality: A, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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