Applying for Admission
The full limit of NCAA scholarships is awarded in 16 sports based on the following criteria:
Academic Admissibility. The University of Oregon is one of the premier academic institutions on the West Coast and admission is competitive. The University of Oregon admits students based on a combination of high school grades and standardized test scores as well as other factors such as involvement in extracurricular activities, unique life experiences, and community outreach. For more information on gaining admission to the University of Oregon, please visit http://admissions.uoregon.edu/
NCAA Qualifier. Prospective student-athletes must meet academic requirements set forth by the NCAA clearinghouse to become a qualifier and thus eligible for financial aid, practice and competition. Please visit http://www.ncaaclearinghouse.net for more information on becoming a NCAA qualifier. Also, it is important to remember that qualifying with the NCAA clearinghouse is independent from gaining admission to the University of Oregon.
All prospective student-athletes are required to complete an undergraduate admissions application and go through the regular admissions process. There are three convenient ways to receive your application for admission:
If you are planning on signing a national letter of intent during the November or February periods, please do NOT apply on-line and remember to begin your standardized testing early, in your junior year of high school.