Freshman Colloquium

Incoming freshmen committed to College Scholars must complete two introductory colloquium courses before the end of their first year at the UO. These Freshmen Colloquia are one-credit pass/no pass classes that focus attention on faculty and research in one of the three academic areas: humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Distinguished faculty from a variety of departments within that academic area will be invited to discuss their research and opportunities for student involvement. These classes meet for only one hour per week, so you should not find it difficult to add one to a regular course load. You are required to take two of these courses during your Freshman year; they can both be in the area that most closely aligns with your academic interests or you can choose courses from different areas to explore your options.

Fall 2015

CRN Colloquia Day/Time Professor
11173 CAS110 – Humanities W 1600-1650 Saunders
11174 CAS120 – Science M 1600-1650 Schombert
11175 CAS130 – Social Science T 1600-1650 Baldwin

Winter 2016

CRN Colloquia Day/Time Professor
TBD CAS110 – Humanities TBD Colby
TBD CAS120 – Science TBD Schombert
TBD CAS130 – Social Science TBD Harbaugh

Spring 2016

CRN Colloquia Day/Time Professor
TBD CAS110 – Humanities TBD Saunders
TBD CAS120 – Science TBD Imamura
TBD CAS130 – Social Science TBD Carpenter