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The College of Education, is working alongside the University of Oregon to protect the health and safety of the community.

Research Driving Change
Meet Our Interim Dean

Meet Laura Lee McIntyre, PhD, BCBA-D, Castle-McIntosh-Knight Professor, and now Interim Dean. Dean McIntyre takes on this new role after 13 years at the College of Education serving as a department head, program director, professor, and member of the board of trustees.

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No. 3
special education Graduate program in the nation
No. 7
graduate school of education among public institutions
No. 14
graduate school of education in the nation

Our faculty, staff, and students have one thing in common: A spirit of discovery and dedication to creating positive change with the goal of a more equitable, educated, and healthy tomorrow.

2,000+
students and faculty
3
departments
14
programs
14
research & outreach units
Students laughing on campus
 

Fund Your Future

$740K
SCHOLARSHIP FUNDING IN 2020-2021
$112K
UNDERGRADUATE 
SCHOLARSHIPS
$480K
MASTER'S
SCHOLARSHIPS
$111K
DOCTORAL
SCHOLARSHIPS

We have a number of funding opportunities, both at the college and program level, that will help you to afford your education—from traditional scholarships to grant-funded positions, stipends, and service-pay-back programs. We encourage you to explore all the different options and to apply even if you initially think you might not qualify. It is our goal to make our programs as accessible as possible to all who are interested.

Student Academic Services

Aiming to make student services more accessible, the SAS office is now a “one-stop shop” for students seeking undergraduate advising.
Our academic advisors, along with our scholarship, international, and graduate recruitment folks are now all housed in the SAS office.

Take Me There! 

University of Oregon students walking and talking
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the College of Education

Our college is dedicated to creating an inclusive environment that celebrates the diversity of our undergraduate and graduate students, our faculty, our staff, and our partners. 

See our plans, activities, and opportunities.

DEI Activities

Creating Change Through Research

We are the highest-ranked academic unit at the University of Oregon, due largely to a decades-long record of national and international research and development in special education, counseling psychology, educational leadership, and school psychology. Our research culture is unique and highly influential because our faculty have a long tradition of translating research into effective models, methods, and measures that improve lives.

We have 43 commercial education products on the market right now. These innovations have an enduring impact in Oregon and across the nation.

 

Research Center

Our faculty-developed research models, methods, curriculum, and assessment tools:

Reach
 
97%
of Oregon children
are used in
 
29,000+
schools in the us and internationally
 
Community and Outreach Centers

We are a premier provider of educational and related clinical services to local communities and the state of Oregon. We are also a critical provider of technical assistance to international governments ranging from Saudi Arabia to New Zealand to Denmark. And hundreds of children and adults are served each year by our outreach units.

With services such as learning disability assessments, speech-language pathology, family counseling, early childhood special education, and behavioral support for children with autism among many, we support children and families of all ages—from infants and toddlers to adolescents and young adults.

Community and Outreach Centers

University of Oregon International Students
COE International Students

Our international student scholars are represented across nearly all of our undergraduate and graduate programs. 

5 Continents, 27 Countries, 102 Students.

We have International Students all over the world. 

I am a COE International Student!

Sapsik'ʷałá Teacher Education Program

Sapsik'ʷałá, a Ichishkíin/Sahaptin word meaning "teacher", is the name of a program created by the University of Oregon College of Education in partnership with the nine federally recognized Tribes of the State of Oregon. The 12-month program allows participants to earn a master of education (MEd) degree and teacher licensure.

The Sapsik'ʷałá Teacher Education Program supports American Indian and Alaska Native teacher candidates in becoming professional educators, provides funding for teacher candidates' cost of attendance, and provides two years of support services once in the field.

 

Sapsikwala June 2022 Cohort

 

2002
Sapsik'ʷałá Program started to support american indian and alaska native teacher candidates
109
number of Sapsik'ʷałá Program alumni teaching in tribal communities
49
number of tribes represented by Sapsik'ʷałá Program alumni

News

June 28, 2022

The new location will welcome students, Portland programs and the Ballmer Institute in fall 2023

June 8, 2022

A grant will help design a system of assessment and intervention in high schools

May 9, 2022

Students, faculty, staff and community members can provide comments through May 23

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