K-12 students may take courses through UO Academic Extension to further their interests and education in a wide variety of fields through credit and noncredit courses. Study a language or complete academic courses designed for high school students to better prepare for college.
University of Oregon Courses for High School Students (UOCHSS)
The University of Oregon Courses for High School Students (UOCHSS) Program is created for high school students who would like to take advantage of furlough and nonschool days to further their education. UOCHSS offers rigorous courses similar to those offered to college undergraduates, only tailored for the high school learner.
High school students are invited to attend exciting and rewarding camps during the summer. Precollege students are also welcome to explore on-campus summer courses. These are great opportunities to explore your interests or take a class for fun!
The University of Oregon Summer Architecture Academy is an intensive four-week experience that offers prospective architecture, landscape architecture, and interior architecture students a chance to “try on the field for size.”
Summer Design Camp is offered each summer at the White Stag Block in Portland. For one week students 15+ can learn about architecture, digital arts, and product design in a unique camp experience.