Undergraduate Programs News

Another group of Ducks is spreading their wings and flying off to their futures. May your futures be bright, your endeavors fruitful, and your hearts forever tethered to the memories forged during your time at the University of Oregon.⁠ Congratulations the Class of 2024!
Alex La China started College Cat—an online tutoring platform that uses AI as an academic virtual assistant—as a class project. It's grown into a venture that has helped 20,000 students in its first 18 months.
New research by Lundquist College alumnus Adam Kovar ’23 and instructor Charlie Bame-Aldred found that the NCAA football transfer portal can help some teams but not others, depending on the position a transferring student plays.
A simulation exercise organized by the UO chapter of Beta Alpha Psi and the IRS saw participating students investigating a mock fraud case and arrest.
Introducing Momentum—our new digital publication. Join us for this new, immersive experience as we tell the stories of the Lundquist College of Business, its students, faculty, and graduates.
Orion Falvey ’13, cofounder of Orchid Health, was named the recipient of the UO Alumni Association's 2023 Outstanding Young Alumni Award.
The 2023 edition of the yearly publication of the School of Accounting at the UO Lundquist College of Business.
A new $10 million gift to the University of Oregon from the estate of Gerry and Marilyn Cameron will support faculty excellence and further innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives at the Lundquist College and Knight Campus.
The Lundquist College is celebrating gains in several rankings produced by Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review.
U.S. News & World Report released its Best Undergraduate Business Colleges rankings and the Lundquist College is celebrating our return to the Top 50.
Mike Brewer, chief operating officer for Crate and Barrel, shared insights with our undergraduate business honors program—and he brought along head UO football coach Dan Lanning.
For the second consecutive year, we have a record-breaking freshman class at the Lundquist College of Business.
In an interview with the UO Alumni Association, Lorena Landeros, BA ’08—assistant director of first-year experience at the Lundquist College—shared what it meant to her to be part of UO's Patos Alumni Network.
Our Warsaw Sports Marketing Center is now the Warsaw Sports Business Center, a name that better reflects the breadth of the center's expertise.
The Lundquist College is investing in real estate education, and students, alumni, and industry partners agree that professional opportunities abound in the field.