A cross-disability student groups serving those with disabilities and nondisabled allies who believe that disability can be a valued and celebrated part of the UO community. The goal is to increase awareness about disabilities and disability culture, advocate for equal access, and support each other.
Works to provide those who are witnesses or targets themselves of an act of bias an opportunity to be supported. The purpose of BERT is to respond to situations that affect the larger UO community through the implementation of educational resources surrounding past and present issues.
Supports students and alumni in gaining professional experience, applying past experiences, and choosing meaningful career paths. The goal is to connect students with career opportunities both throughout and after their time at the University of Oregon.
Provides resources for at both the individual and group level for students regarding therapy, crisis support, consultation, community referrals, confidential mental health and testing services related but not limited to, stress, eating disorders, or substance abuse.
Provides a comprehensive primary healthcare and mental health resources, as well as a wide variety of specialty services. Services include but are not limited to allergies, colds, physical injuries, immunizations, sexual health, dental care, and much more.
Education, information, and advocacy services for students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, aromantic or any other sexual orientation. Dedicated to providing a safe space for all UO community members to explore their understanding of sexual/romantic orientation, gender, gender expression, and intersections of identities.
Creates spaces and events where people of all genders and identities can work collectively towards reconstructing masculinity in a social justice-oriented manner. The Men’s Center is dedicated to raising awareness about the intersection of men’s health and social just issues.
The Nontraditional Student Union is dedicated to representing the nontraditional student voice on campus and providing a safe space to call home. Nontraditional students may identify as being over the age of 24, being married/divorced/partnered, working full time, being a parent, and many other characteristics.
Responsible for the administration, scoring, and maintaining of records for a wide range of tests administered to UO students and community members. The Testing Centers partners with the student population by disseminating information, advising student, and administering exams.
Assists veterans in making a seamless transition from service to the UO campus community. The goal of this office is to ensure all eligible student veterans, reservists, and dependents obtain educational benefits in compliance with the procedure and regulations of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Serves as an advocate for the best educational and working environmental for all genders at the university. Fosters personal growth and works towards societal change and community understanding. The Women’s Center seeks the advancement of women and peoples of all genders through activism, leadership, and empowerment.
Located in 240 Lillis, Braddock Tutoring functions off of the BEST (Braddock Educational Success Team) programs to provide tutoring and mentoring services to both business and pre-business students seeking academic assistance. Free and Reserved, for a fee, tutoring is offered for pre-, major, and minor required business courses.
GEO is a study abroad program provider and the University of Oregon’s study abroad office. GEO offers over 300 programs in 90 different countries is a variety of topics such as Spanish, Psychology, and Journalism.
With over 3,600 graduate students, their core purpose is to promote graduate education by fostering excellence, innovation, and inclusive communities. Located in Susan Campbell Hall, the Graduate School offers graduate degree programs, certificate programs, and specializations in a variety of concentrations.
Included below are links for each library located on campus and their individual services:
- Knight Library– Built from 1935-1937, the Knight Library is the largest library on campus, housing collections of materials in the humanities, social sciences, music, business, special collections, government documents, microforms, and maps. Knight Library is located on the west side of UO on Kincaid St. and 15th.
- Design Library- The Design Library is a major center for art and architectural information in the PNW. It provides resources for research and instruction, design’s special collections, spaces and technology, and exhibits.
- Mathematics Library– The Mathematics Library is located in 218 Fenton Hall and holds primarily resources and services that are directly related to mathematics. Drop-in homework help is also available for lower-level math classes.
- Price Science Commons & Research Library– The Price Science Commons & Research Library is located in and under the courtyard surrounded by Willamette, Cascade, Onyx, and Klamath halls, houses most of the UO Libraries’ print monographs related to the sciences of biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, and environmental studies.
- John E. Jaqua Law Library– The Law Library offers students silent and secluded study space with proximity to the residence halls and is located on the 2nd floor of the William W. Knight Law Center. Student’s may have access to treatises, course handbooks, answer books, legal forms, and program transcripts.
Located on the 2nd floor of Oregon, the Office of the Registrar offers services regarding: advanced credit, course and degree information, student records, DuckWeb, academic calendars, new/transfer student information, and registration.
As a member of the university community, it is your responsibility to know your rights and fulfill these expectations. The Student Conduct and Community Standards office is committed to supporting all students in that process.
Located on the 4th floor of the Knight Library, students can access services surrounding help in math, writing, language, science, studying, and grad school prep. Drop-in hours, courses, workshops, tutoring, and more are all available to every student.
The Division of Undergraduate Education and Student Success (UESS) stewards the undergraduate culture of inquiry at the heart of a superior residential research university. Included within UESS is academic advising, academic residential communities, accessible education center, first-year interest groups, tutoring and academic engagement center, and center for undergraduate research and engagement.
The ASUO Represents each of the more than 20,000 students at UO and oversees an annual budget of approximately $17 million. The ASUO funds several University Departments and contracted services, and recognizes and administers funding to more than 200 ASUO-Recognized Student Organizations.
The Center for Student Involvement (CSI) has all the resources you’ll need to start a student organization or host activities. CSI offers tools and resources to all registered or recognized UO student organizations from checking out equipment to utilizing our space in the EMU.
Holden Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (HC) is your hub for leadership development, experiential learning, and community engagement on campus. HC works with community partners, helps you develop strong relationships with the community, ground your academic experience in an applied context, and engage new cultures, domestic and abroad.
RHA is the second largest student governing body at the University of Oregon and represents all students who reside in the Residence Halls. RHA makes policy recommendations to University Housing, partners with student governing bodies and groups, provides leadership and programming in the Residence Halls in order to make them a more engaging and exciting place to live.
The Student Alumni Association (SAA) is proud to be the largest student non-profit organization that connects students with other students and alumni across the globe. The SAA offers an array of possibilities and opportunities that enhance the student experience as a Duck here at the University of Oregon.
There are over 300 student organizations and 160 ASUO-recognized student organizations, including club sports, honor societies, unions, fraternities and sororities, and more. Many of these organizations give you the opportunity to develop your leadership skills and have fun! If what you’re looking for isn’t here, we welcome you to start your own student organization.
The core purpose of the Department of Physical Education and Recreation is to educate, engage, and inspire the campus community to live active, balanced lives. The Student Rec Center provider strength and conditioning spaces, and physical activity programs such as personal and group training, PE classes, intramural sports, and youth and family programming in order to promote health, fitness, and active recreation.