Accessible Education Center
Oregon Hall, 164
The Disability Services Project was established seventeen years ago with the intent of providing support to students with disabilities at the University of Oregon. Currently, about 600 students receive some type of support whether it be personal assistance, help with writing, typing, special projects, adaptive technology utilization and training or learning disability diagnostic testing. They also host awareness activities provide information to the University community.
Campus Zero Waste Program
EMU, Campus Locations
The Campus Zero Waste Program provides waste reduction, recycling and composting services throughout campus. Additionally, the program offers zero waste events services and has a campus Reusable Office Supply (ROSE) located in 180 PLC that is available to all student groups. Student opportunities include: student employment of work study funded students, volunteer opportunities and academic internships.
Center for Intercultural Dialogue
110 Gerlinger Hall
The Center for Intercultural Dialogue supports and promotes interdisciplinary approaches to transcultural studies and interreligious dialogue as a means to promote peace. The Center works to engage students, faculty and community members in efforts to build a global community through education and dialogue that transcends cultural, religious, and geopolitical boundaries. The committee is open to all interested students.
Committee for Musical Arts
UO School of Music
The Committee for Musical Arts provides the University of Oregon campus with the highest quality of performing artists, lectures, and workshops. The content of these events covers a wide spectrum of styles and focuses on areas of performance not directly served by other University groups. The committee is open to all interested students.
Conflict Resolution Services
Oregon Hall, 164
Jointly funded by the ASUO and the Office of Student Life, Conflict Resolution Services (CRS) provides mediation and facilitation services to students, faculty and staff. The primary purposes of CRS are to provide the campus community a resource for resolving conflicts in a constructive and collaborative environment; and to provide educational opportunities related to communication and conflict resolution.
EMU Suite 17
The Holden Center (HC) is deeply committed to supporting the broader University mission that strives to help individuals learn to question critically, think logically, communicate clearly, act creatively and live ethically while cultivating an attitude towards citizenship that fosters a caring, supportive atmosphere on campus and the wise exercise of civic responsibilities and individual judgment throughout life. They work toward this goal by coordinating various programs for students focused around leadership and community engagement.
Built in 1935-1937, the Knight Library is the largest library on campus, housing the Library's collections of materials in the humanities, social sciences, music, and business, as well as the library's special collections, government documents, microforms, and maps. The Knight Library is open to all community members most nights until 12pm, and 24 hours most nights for UO students.
LGBT Education & Support Services Program
Oregon Hall, 164
The mission of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Educational and Support Services Program is to provide educational and support services to the University of Oregon campus community and to assist in the creation of a hospitable, safe, and welcoming environment for lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender students, staff, and faculty.
Mills International Center
EMU Suite M144 (above the UPS store)
As a catalyst for international experiences, the Mills International Center provides guidance, information, and programming to promote global understanding. The Mills Center integrates its resources with international and local university communities through active, creative, informative and supportive partnerships and events. Mills welcomes everyone, including both domestic and international students.
Oregon Athletics Band
1225 School of Music
The mission of the University of Oregon Athletics Band (OAB) is to provide the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, the School of Music, Eugene and the surrounding areas, and the University of Oregon community with a marching band of precision and the highest musical quality. The program provides members with performing opportunities and experiences which serve students’ individual music education needs, develop their artistic expression, present strong opportunities for leadership, and enhance their overall quality of time spent in the University atmosphere. OAB aims to encourage and support members of the organization in the pursuit of becoming better artists and leaders for the future.
Villard Hall & the Robinson Theatre
The University Theater seeks to provide an opportunity for University of Oregon students to participate in dramatic arts productions, gaining valuable experience in the field. They also work towards creating an opportunity for University of Oregon students to see live, high caliber theatrical performances at affordable prices.
Founded alongside the University in 1876, the UO Forensics is a successful debate & speech team composed of UO students. The team travels around the country competing in speech and debate tournament and also hosting events here on the UO campus that are open to all students. Their events include the Robert D. Clark High School Debate Tournament, the Oregon Debate Institute, and regular campus debates.