Apr 20, 2024  
2023-24 Catalog 
    
2023-24 Catalog

Undergraduate Studies


Computer Services, Room 211
Lee Ayers-Preboski, Division Director
541-552-6505
 
Undergraduate Studies Assistant
Computing Services
541-552-6260

University Studies Strands A - J

  • Foundation Learning Goals (A, B, C, D) stress developing and enhancing fundamental communication, critical thinking, information literacy, and quantitative reasoning skills.
  • Explorations Learning Goals (E, F, G) stress acquiring a broadly informed knowledge of the various disciplines and becoming familiar with the kinds of inquiry that occur within the aesthetic, social, and scientific worlds.
  • Integrations Learning Goals (H, I, J) stress the deepening, application and transfer of knowledge across the disciplines. Students explore ethical perspectives in science and technology, citizenship and community, and diversity and global awareness.

Bridge Program

Danielle Hammer, Coordinator
Computer Services, 215
541-552-7035

The Bridge Program offers a three-term (fall, winter, spring) opportunity for promising first-year students to transition into college. The program is mentorship-driven, meaning each Bridge student pairs with a former Bridge student who works as a peer mentor. The Bridge mentors are partnered with the Bridge classes to support students’ transition into college and develop the skills needed for success. The program starts with a pre-fall week of cohort building and academic readiness, then progresses into three segments of central themes during the Fall, Winter, and Spring Bridge classes. In the fall, we further students’ college readiness skills.

During the term, everything from applying for scholarships to essential study skill-building is practiced. In Winter, the focus shifts to community service. Students learn to contextualize themselves as a part of a larger community. During the Spring term, the focus is on leadership skills. Bridge students design a direct group project focused on furthering the skills required to become leaders in their communities.

Courses

    Undergraduate Studies