After more than a month of deliberation, the University of Oregon’s Tuition and Fee Advisory Board has reached a reluctant consensus: they recommend a tuition increase of 2.84 percent for in-state students and 2.49 percent for out-of-state students during the 2018-19 academic year. That’s a $6 per-credit-hour increase for residents and …
Airfare to San Antonio for University of Oregon enrollment personnel and administrators? Check. Green and yellow balloons? Check. Droves of prospective students clamoring for the opportunity to walk the same halls as athletes such as Joey Harrington, LaMichael James and De’Anthony Thomas? Not so much. Handfuls of high school students …
The question of whether or not to have an armed police force on campus has dogged students, faculty, staff and community members for the past several years and could likely be decided by the Oregon state board of higher education this spring.
With new life in Oregon’s basketball program, the main tenant of the nation’s most expensive college basketball arena still can’t pay even the majority of their bill.
Dilapidated. That’s the word you hear the most. Vice President of Student Affairs Robin Holmes calls it “The heart and hub of campus.”
Under the proposal, resident undergraduates would pay a tuition and fee total of $9,310 to attend the University next fall — a 5.9 percent increase from 2011-12.
The Casanova Center expansion is under way, and yet no University administrators or athletics officials know much about the project.
Starting Jan. 1, the University administration will gain the talents and skills of Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director of Finance and Administration Jamie Moffitt, who will be making the move to campus in order to fill Frances Dyke’s position as vice president of finance and administration.
amie Moffitt, executive senior associate athletic director for finance and administration, has been chosen to serve as the new vice president for finance and administration; the appointment will take effect January 1st, 2012.