Overall Rating Gold - expired
Overall Score 65.90
Liaison Sarah Stoeckl
Submission Date March 6, 2020

STARS v2.2

University of Oregon
PRE-5: Academics and Demographics

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete N/A Sarah Stoeckl
Assistant Director
Office of Sustainability
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Number of academic divisions:
7

Number of academic departments (or the equivalent):
70

Number of students enrolled for credit:
22,760

Total number of employees:
5,651

Full-time equivalent student enrollment:
22,082

Full-time equivalent of students enrolled exclusively in distance education:
218

Full-time equivalent of employees:
5,252

Number of students resident on-site:
4,230

Number of employees resident on-site:
19

Number of other individuals resident on-site:
0

Weighted campus users, performance year:
21,399.25

Additional documentation to support the submission:
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Data source(s) and notes about the submission:
Student/staff data primarily from 2018. https://ir.uoregon.edu/UO%20Snapshot Determining academic departments/programs at such a large institution is an inherently complicated and somewhat arbitrary process. For example, we opted to count the College of Business programs as separate departments/programs but kept Journalism and Communications as one unit, largely based on course codes. We also opted to merge or individualize departments/programs based on structural changes in the past year or two, which affected Ethnic Studies (now Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies) and Architecture and Allied Arts (now recognized as Architecture, Interior Architecture, Historic Preservation, and Landscape Architecture). For questions about our decision points in determining 70 academic departments, contact Sarah Stoeckl.

Student/staff data primarily from 2018. https://ir.uoregon.edu/UO%20Snapshot

Determining academic departments/programs at such a large institution is an inherently complicated and somewhat arbitrary process. For example, we opted to count the College of Business programs as separate departments/programs but kept Journalism and Communications as one unit, largely based on course codes. We also opted to merge or individualize departments/programs based on structural changes in the past year or two, which affected Ethnic Studies (now Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies) and Architecture and Allied Arts (now recognized as Architecture, Interior Architecture, Historic Preservation, and Landscape Architecture). For questions about our decision points in determining 70 academic departments, contact Sarah Stoeckl.

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