We will have information about our Fall 2021 Application Process posted soon
How to Apply to the Mathematics Graduate Program:
Materials you will need to submit with the online application include:
- Recommendations: Names and email addresses of three people who will write your recommendation letters. Letter writers will submit their recommendations directly through the online system.
- PDFs of transcripts from all colleges you have attended
- Statement of purpose
- Application fee of $70.00 for domestic students or $90.00 for international students.
You must send official transcripts from every post-secondary institution from which you have earned a degree.
The mailing address is:
5257 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403.
If your degree is still in progress, you do not need to send the official transcript. If you are admitted, you will be required to submit the official transcript once the degree is conferred. For more information about official transcripts, please visit the Graduate School’s page.
Recommended but not required: Submit general and Math Subject GRE scores to the University of Oregon using the Institution Code 4846.
If applicable, submit TOEFL scores to the University. ETS should send the scores directly the University of Oregon. Our institution code is 4846.
To receive priority consideration, all materials must be received by the application deadline, January 15, 2020. However, we will continue to review applications until all positions are filled.
Application Fee and Changes to Your Application: We will not be able to see your application until you complete it and pay the $70 application fee. Before you pay the fee, you will be able to edit and update your application.
Once you pay the fee, you will no longer be able to do that, but you can communicate any important changes by email to Mary Brown (email@example.com). You should also contact Mary if you are experiencing any other difficulties with the application, or have further questions.
Application Fee Waivers: Information on application fee waivers can be found on the Graduate School’s page.