Universities in Eugene, Oregon
The Top Choice In Eugene Student Housing Proudly Serves These Schools
The student community of Eugene, Oregon comprises a richly diverse group of ideas, backgrounds, and values. Titan Court—therefore—works tirelessly to remain the consensus choice for student housing for the Eugene student population; offering a variety of top-tier amenities, programs, and floor plans that will fit your unique lifestyle and make your student apartment feel like home to you. Here are some of the schools our valued residents represent.
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The University of Oregon serves over 24,000 undergraduate and graduate students and offers more than 270 academic programs. Students take advantage of popular programs such as business/commerce, psychology, sociology, and economics. Additionally, students come to UO representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and 89 countries around the world. As part of the Pacific-12 Conference, the University of Oregon Ducks compete in 14 NCAA sports and have won 28 NCAA team championships. You may recognize the school’s mascot as Donald Duck, a popular Disney character. In 1947, Walt Disney and then-athletic director Leo Harris agreed that Donald’s likeness could serve as mascot.
1 Minute Away (Downtown Campus)
13 Minutes Away (Main Campus)
Lane Community College was established in 1964 and offers two-year transfer associate degrees, pre-college classes, and career-technical applied associate degrees and certificates. LCC offers employment preparation in approximately 50 career areas, including nursing, culinary arts, graphic design, criminal justice, and human relations. In addition to serving students in the Eugene area, Lane Community College has campuses in Florence, Cottage Grove, and a flight technology center at Lane Aviation Academy.
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Today a private, Christian liberal arts college, Northwest Christian University was founded as a divinity school in 1895. NCU offers courses in biology, English, music, Christian ministry, accounting, bible and theology, and more and serves more than 700 students. The school’s athletics department is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and competes in the Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) in basketball, golf, soccer, cross country, and more.