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Application, Deadlines, and Admission

The application process for admission to begin the FHS major will re-open in November 2018.  Applicants in the upcoming admission cycle, if accepted, will begin the major in Fall 2019.  Updates and directions on the application process will be posted here, as they become available.

Admission to the FHS major is a separate process from admission to the University of Oregon. The UO Office of Admissions provides information on university admission deadlines and procedures. Their telephone numbers are: 541-346-3201 or 800-BE-A-DUCK. Students are admitted to the College of Education Family and Human Services undergraduate major on a competitive basis. The major has restricted enrollment; therefore, not all students who meet the minimum requirements are admitted. Transfer students should speak with academic advisor Randy Martin at 541-346-1583 or Christi Boyter at 541-346-2476 about the transfer process. 

 

Download application instructions here. To complete the application go to:https://tk20.uoregon.edu/campustoolshighered/start.do

 

If you reset your username/password through TK20, please allow at least one business-day for the request to be processed. 

If you are still experiencing technical difficulties, please contact Chelsea Hansen, the FHS Student Services Coordinator, via email at cnhansen@uoregon.edu.

If you need assistance with the components of the application (i.e. essays, transcripts, recommendation forms), please contact Christi Boyter, FHS Advisor, cboyter@uoregon.edu.

 

Program Prerequisites

All applicants to the Family and Human Services major must complete 50-55 credits by the time of application with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and demonstrate satisfactory progress toward completion of general university requirements. It is desirable for applicants to have completed as many of the three Pre-Major courses (FHS 213/FHS 215/ FHS 216) as possible. These courses must be graded, and applicants must have passed with a C- or better. 

Applicants must have evidence of volunteer or paid work with children, youth, adults, and/or families. At least 60 hours is desirable. 

Applicants accepted into the FHS major must complete a FBI criminal background check, and will be subject to a UO Conduct Check. 

Scholarships are available through the College of Education! Please see the COE Scholarships website for more information.

 

2018 Instructions, and Reference Form: