Below are a list of campus resources. For a list of local, state, national, and international resources available in the community, visit "Community Resources."
- Office of Academic Advising
- AccessABILITY Student Union
- Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity
- Bias Response Team
- Campus Operations
- Career Center
- Office of the Dean of Students
- Disability Studies Initiative
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Nontraditional Student Union (NSU)
- UO Police Department
- Psychology Clinic
Address: 364 Oregon Hall, 1585 E. 13th Avenue
The Office of Academic Advising supports students in making important academic decisions throughout their time at the University of Oregon. The office is the central advising resource on campus and supplements the advising available in academic departments. Comprehensive advising assistance is available to students who are not yet decided about their major, or who are considering changing their major. Other services include understanding graduation requirements, interpreting degree audits, class scheduling, as well as understanding academic sanctions and petitioning processes.
The mission of the AccessABILITY Student Union is to create a supportive space for students with all types of disabilities and their allies, to join with our communities, to educate others about disability and disability culture, and to advocate for increased awareness and accessibility around the University of Oregon. Activities include: weekly meetings to provide support and plan events, organization and advocacy surrounding individual concerns and broader access issues, fun social events, workshops to address disability culture and professional development, and hosting both locally and nationally recognized speakers with disabilities to share their experiences.
Address: 677 E. 12th Avenue, Suite 452
All students have a legal right to work and learn in an environment free from discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Students who feel they have encountered discrimination or harassment should inquire at the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity for information concerning their rights, options, and resources. Information on grievance procedures and referrals is also available. All aspects of these procedures are confidential.
The Bias Response Team (BRT), based out of the Office of Student Life, works to gather information about bias incidents and to support those who unfortunately have witnessed, or themselves become a target of an act of bias. The fundamental role of the BRT is to provide targets of bias a safe space to have their voices heard, to promote civility and respect, to effect change around these important issues in a quick and effective manner, and to ensure a comprehensive response to bias incidents. The BRT is comprised of three functional groups, which includes the Bias Response Council and two sub groups performing case management and administrative work and advocacy.
Campus Operations strives to provide the university community with a safe, comfortable, and usable physical environment. The term "facilities" refers to all the buildings, grounds, walks, drives, parking lots, and utility systems on the university campus. We also maintain some university owned or leased buildings that are not on the main campus.
Address: 220 Hendricks Hall, 1408 University Street
The Career Center provides career, internship, and job information, and hosts workshops and career fairs. It is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. and is available for drop-in advising sessions Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Office of Dean of Students is dedicated to enhancing the lives and learning of all students at the University of Oregon. They seek to engage students through a variety of leadership positions, programs and services. Specific programs include diversity education and support, LGBT education and support, nontraditional students, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, student conflict resolution services, and off-campus living. This office is also an important resource for faculty/staff on student conduct issues.
Disability Studies is a cross-disciplinary examination of disability in society. The perspectives of various disciplines, such as architecture, history, law, literature, philosophy and sociology are used to understand the intersection of personal perspective, social identity, and cultural understandings. This occurs in contexts similar to those created in American studies, multi-cultural studies and women's studies. Many have argued that our understanding of disability from a cultural point of view is as important to our understanding of what it means to be human as is gender and race. This group is interested in actively promoting the integration of disability related issues across the UO curriculum, and welcomes faculty interest and involvement from all disciplines.
Financial Aid and Scholarships assists students by providing information about costs of attending schools and resources to assist students in this area.
The Nontraditional Student Union (NSU) strives to provide a voice for nontraditional students to be heard by the decision-making bodies of the UO administration and student government. We also provide the resources needed to help the nontraditional student feel like a part of campus society. The NSU, along with the Veterans and Family Student Association, is a one-stop-answer-shop where you can relax and feel like you belong.
Address: East Station, 2141 East 15th Avenue
Emergency Phone: 911
Non-Emergency Phone: 541-346-2919
The UO Police Department assists the university in realizing the educational, research, and public service opportunities at the University of Oregon by providing a safe and secure environment.
Address: Straub Hall, 1451 Onyx Street
The Psychology Clinic, located in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oregon, provides psychotherapy and psychological assessment services to residents of the Eugene-Springfield area, including faculty, staff, and students of the University of Oregon.
Address: 240 Oregon Hall, 1585 E. 13th Avenue
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for academic and classroom scheduling, student registration, enrollment verification, grading and academic records maintenance, transfer credit articulation, degree audits, monitoring undergraduate general education requirements, degree awarding, course evaluations, student data/statistical analysis, veterans benefits, FERPA compliance, and transcript services.
For all members of the university community. If you feel threatened or unsafe walking across campus to your office or dormitory, consider your options before taking off alone. During evening or early morning hours, our officers may be able to offer you an escort from on-campus locations. This courtesy service is provided to the university community and is based on the availability of on-duty personnel. We encourage alternatives as a first choice, but we will do our best to help if those are not available to you. Advance ride reservations cannot be made. Both men and women are welcome to call.
Address: 170 HEDCO Clinic, 1655 Alder Street
The Speech-Language-Hearing Center (SLHC) is a training site for graduate students in communication disorders and sciences. Student clinicians provide a broad range of speech-language-hearing services, including diagnostic evaluations and individual and group therapy. Services are provided on an adjustable fee schedule based upon need.
Address: 68 Prince Lucien Campbell Hall, 1415 Kincaid Street
Student Support Services (SSS) is a grant program administered by the Teaching and Learning Center for undergraduate students who meet their criteria. This program provides comprehensive academic support including courses, noncredit workshops, tutoring, academic and personal counseling, and advocacy and mediation help for disadvantaged and traditionally underrepresented students. A formal application procedure is required to receive SSS services.
Address: McArthur Court-Mezzanine Level, 1601 University Street
The Student Veteran Center serves as a resource and touchpoint for student veterans. Here you will find fellow service members, study and meeting space, computer and printing stations, staff to assist you with personal and academic needs, as well as community veteran service providers.
The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) helps students who need assistance with general or specific study skills. Peer tutors in entry-level undergraduate courses are available through TLC. Unless you are an SSS student, you will be responsible for paying your own tutor. Mathematics and writing laboratories are available on a drop-in basis for all students free of charge. In addition, TLC offers several courses. Introduction to the University, a 3-credit course, provides students with an academic orientation to the university. Short courses for credit, as well as some noncredit workshops are offered. These often include areas such as speed reading, study techniques, grammar, mathematics review, and preparation workshops for the LSAT, GRE, and MCAT examinations.
The Teaching Effectiveness Program (TEP) offers a variety of activities and services to engage the academic community focus on teaching and learning, obtaining feedback on their teaching performance, and improving undergraduate instruction. TEP services are free to all who teach: faculty members, graduate teaching fellows (GTFs), staff, and university departments. All consultations and midterm feedback services are confidential.
Counseling Address: 270 University Health and Counseling Building, 1590 E. 13th Avenue
Counseling Phone: 541-346-3227
Counseling Website: counseling.uoregon.edu
The University Counseling and Testing Center provides comprehensive mental health services to University of Oregon students. Clinical services are available to currently enrolled UO students. All information shared by clients, including requests for services and client use of services, is maintained as strictly confidential within the center.
Address: University Health and Counseling Building, 1590 E. 13th Avenue
The University Health Center offers students a broad variety of programs and services including primary medical care, psychiatry, dental care, sports medicine, physical therapy, allergy services, nutritional counseling, travel medicine, and health promotion. Laboratory, pharmacy, and x-ray services are also available on-site at our convenient, centrally located campus location.
Address: 215 Oregon Hall, 1585 E. 13th Avenue
The Office of Veterans Affairs, a unit within the Office of the Registrar, helps eligible student veterans, reservists and dependents obtain educational benefits in compliance with the procedures and regulations of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. Students may contact the veterans coordinator for assistance.
The members of the Veteran Student and Family Association (VSFA) come together with a strong belief in honor of their country, for those who have served, are serving, or will serve. The organization strives to create a community of veterans on campus and to help educate the student body and the public on personal sacrifices made by this nation's veterans.