In 2008, the first class of PathwayOregon students started at the University of Oregon. PathwayOregon provides financial support for lower-income Oregonians, covering the cost of tuition and fees. The innovative program also provides tutoring and support to help students succeed.In its first year, the program served 415 students. This video focuses on four of them, following the students from freshman year to commencement.
Brianne Theisen added her first career national academic All-America honor to her seven career NCAA titles, while teammates Jordan Hasay and Anne Kesselring were named Capital One Academic All-Americans in the sport of women’s track and field/cross country for the second straight year.
At the University of Oregon Alumni Association's Senior Send Off the Office of Web Communications asked more than 20 members of the class of 2012 to thank someone — a professor, a friend, parents — for helping them to succeed.Here are couple videos from that day. We'll have more over the summer.
The University of Oregon celebrated spring commencement on Monday, June 18, with 5,015 graduates receiving 5,233 degrees, including the UO’s oldest-ever graduate, Virginia Beavert, an elder in Washington’s Yakama tribe.