- Application Available: September 15
- Application Deadline for Fall Admissions: Priority Deadline: January 31. Late applications may be accepted on a space-available basis through August 2.
- Departmental Application Fee: $35 USD
- Application Decision: The Historic Preservation Committee will review your file after having received all required materials. The Committee will notify applicants of its decision within two months of the application deadline.
(Note: If the application deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, the deadline is the following day.)
There are two steps in the application process:
Apply to the University of Oregon Graduate School via GradWeb.
The Graduate School offers graduate application fee waivers for applicants who meet specific criteria, as outlined on the Grad School’s UO application fee waiver page.
- UO application requirements
Send official degree transcripts to the UO Office of the Registrar.
- International Applicants:
- Follow the Graduate School's application procedures for international applicants.
- Send official English language proficiency score reports to UO Admissions.
- If an international applicant is offered admission, the International Student and Scholar Services oversees the financial verification process.
Apply to the Department of Historic Preservation via SlideRoom.
Resume: Please refer to the departmental application for details.
Statement of Intent: Please refer to the departmental application for details.
Educational/Professional Summary: Please refer to the departmental application for details.
Transcripts: Upload a PDF copy of all your English transcripts and degree certificates.
GRE Test Results (optional): GRE test results and a copy of the score report may be uploaded in the SlideRoom application. Official GRE test scores may be sent to the University of Oregon, Institutional Code: 4846, Department Code: 4401.
Three Recommendations: Please refer to the departmental application for details.
Portfolio: Please refer to the departmental application for details.
Non-native English speakers need to meet the UO Graduate School’s language proficiency requirements.
Once admitted to the program, a deposit will be required of all incoming students.
Students from western states who wish to participate in the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP a tuition reciprocity program), need to review the Historic Preservation Program Graduate Funding page for more information.
Need help with your SlideRoom application? Visit the SlideRoom Applicant Help Center.
For questions about the program or for more information, please contact us:
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