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Students from a wide range of backgrounds attend the UO.In one single term you can browse the Street Faire, dance in a lu'au, and compete in a dodgeball tournament.The UO Outdoor Program, rated one of the nation's best, takes thousands of students each year into Oregon's pristine wilderness areas with trips such as hiking, kayaking, skiing, and ice climbing.If there is a chink in UO's armor, it is the "inability for some students to get the classes they need." With such a wide array of fields of study available, some students find that essential classes are only available at difficult hours.Students also give mixed grades to the professors, who range from "remarkable" and "really passionate" educators who "are invested in their students" to a few "quite terrible" teachers who "are not dedicated to the students." Those attending UO should be self-motivating, since "the weight falls on the students to create relationships with professors." It is worth the effort, though, as "doing so can open many doors." When it all clicks—and many students report that once they were focused on their major things began to fall into place—students have enjoyed an education that "deeply altered the way I see things." What kind of student attends the University of Oregon?