Admitted Students

Congratulations and Welcome to the Class of 2022!


We are thrilled to welcome you to the Oregon Law community. Please make sure to read your Enrollment Policies, Scholarship Policies, and documents included in your Admission Packet for important information pertaining to your offer of admission. Below you will find links to information and resources that will be helpful as you make your plans to begin law school in Eugene this August.

We hope you won't hesitate to reach out and ask us any and all the questions you have about pursuing your law degree here in Eugene, Oregon. The Admissions Team is happy to speak with you, and we welcome the opportunity to learn more about you, and about what we can do to be helpful. You can reach us at lawadmissions@uoregon.edu or 541.346.3846.

Submit your deposit to reserve your seat in the class of 2022.

Submit Your Seat Deposit


Orientation

Oregon Law Orientation is planned for the week of August 19-23, 2019, and attendance is mandatory for all first year students. Details about Orientation will be sent out in June.


Social Media

Get to know your future classmates early by joining the Class of 2022 Facebook Group. Typically, we post helpful tips and information about events happening on campus that may be of interest to you, and you and your peers can start making plans, find potential roommates, and even ask upper division students for advice.

Class hashtag: #LawDucks2022
Oregon Law Class of 2022 Facebook Group | Oregon Law Instagram | Oregon Law Facebook Page


Visit

Oregon Law provides a number of visit opportunities to give you a chance to see our beautiful campus, meet with admissions staff, and get to know current students and faculty.

Admitted Student Preview Days, March 7 & 8
Admitted Student Visit Fridays, each Friday in March and April
Schedule a Private Visit



Housing and Transportation

Eugene and nearby Springfield have a variety of affordable housing for students, and there are plenty of housing options that are close to the law school. Students can easily walk or bike to campus, or take a Lane Transit District bus (and the bus is free with your UO ID card!)

Many law students choose to live off-campus in apartments or shared houses. The University of Oregon’s Dean of Students Office off-campus living website and off-campus living guide are both helpful resources, and the law school’s guide to Eugene neighborhoods can give you an idea of where to look for housing around town.

On-campus housing through University Housing is also available for law and graduate students. Both apartments and houses are available. If you think you might be interested in living in on-campus housing, apply for the waitlist as soon as possible!