University of Oregon Campus and Community Resources for Students
General Student Support Services and Basic Needs:
For general resources for students:
Dean of Students collaborative list of inclusive support services:
Dean of Students need help list of resources (includes basic needs and food security):
“One Stop” resources
OMBUDS: The Ombuds Program offers all members of the campus community a central, safe, and easy place to gain access to support and problem-solving resources. The Ombuds Program promotes a visitor-driven process that honors the guiding principles of independence, neutrality, confidentiality, and informality.
University Career Center
Technology check out (for students without appropriate technology to access classes)
General resources from UO including Ducks Feeding Ducks, Produce Drop, and Student Food Pantry)
SNAP for students
Fiscal Responsibility/Money issues (including CashCourse)
Designated Driver Shuttle
The Duck Nest can be a good resource for students feeling isolated or alone. They do (in-person or virtually) activities like weekly walking group, peer wellness chit-chats and many wellness workshops:
Counseling Services: (A message from their office: Whatever you're struggling with, you are not alone. We've gathered a list of concerns we hear about often, along with some suggestions for how to cope with these problems. There may be other university or community programs we can connect you with, or you may find that meeting with a counselor could be beneficial. Above all, remember there is help available.)
University Health Services
Support during crisis situations:
Respect: If you are a victim of bias, discrimination, or discriminatory harassment and you need help, Respect has staff available for confidential advice and assistance.
SAFE: (Help for Victims and Survivors) If you are a victim or survivor of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating or domestic violence, gender-based harassment or bullying, and/or stalking and need help, start here.
UO Counseling Center Crisis support page (includes additional campus and community crisis resources):
Financial Crisis Assistance through Dean of Students
Academic Support Services:
Accessible Education Center (Also offer a variety of training opportunities for faculty interested in making classes more accessible, serving as an ally to students with disabilities)
Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence: Multiple services for students from underrepresented backgrounds including tutoring, textbook loans, advising, and workshops.
TRIO SSS: TRIO SSS serves students who identify as first generation*, low-income (Pell eligible) students, and/or students who have accommodations through the Accessible Education Center.
Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center: Our program helps UO students enhance their learning and success through tutoring, classes and workshops, individual consultations, graduate school test prep and supplemental instruction.
Tutoring at the Library
Tykeson Hall Advising
Yamada Language Center
Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement (includes opportunities + funding and fellowships)
McNair Scholars (for first generation students who are also low-income and students from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education)
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (both funding opportunities and research opportunities)
Undergraduate Research Symposium
For students working on campus:
HR Employee Labor Relations: The Employee and Labor Relations (ELR) team is committed to promoting effective, fair, and professional relationships between the university and its employee groups. ELR has information for disability or religious accommodations, life events, and more.
An important note to all students:
If you are experiencing an urgent mental health situation during Counseling Services business hours, call or come in to the office, and you will be seen as soon as possible. In a life threatening emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to the hospital emergency room.
University Health Services Counseling Services
Phone: 541-346-3227Location: 1590 East 13th Avenue (across from Oregon Hall)
Our After-Hours Support and Crisis Line can help you when Counseling Services is closed. Call 541-346-3227. When calling after hours, please listen to the recording and press "1" when instructed. You will be connected with a mental health professional who will help support you and identify resources, if appropriate. Our staff works closely with these professionals to give you the best care.