UO Campus Resources

Academic Advising
The Academic Advising office can help you stay on track with all your UO degree and graduation requirements.

Accessible Education Center
The AEC is dedicated to facilitating and supporting accessible education through access and full inclusion of students with disabilities.

Career Center
Career advisors can offer guidance on the kinds of skills employers are seeking in candidates and how studying or interning abroad can help you stand out in the pool of applicants.

Diversity and Community Services
The Dean of Students supports communities and established resources to help you find those people who will make the most of your time here at the UO. It could be connecting you with academic resources, overcoming life’s hurtles together, or just having a group to spend time with on a sunny day. We are committed to making our campus welcoming for all.

UO Communities
Multicultural, Veterans, Nontraditional Students, LGBTQIA+, Greek Life, Women’s Center, and Men’s Center

Financial Aid and Scholarships
Financial Aid and Scholarships assists students by providing information about costs of attending schools and resources to assist students in this area.

Holden Center
The Holden Center for Leadership and Community Engagement is the University of Oregon’s hub for leadership and community engagement.

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)
ISSS provides academic, visa and immigration, and social support services for all international students attending the UO.

Mills International Center
Check out reference materials, a fun travel book, an international magazine, an international cook book, a DVD or CD. The Mills has many from all over the world which UO students can borrow free of charge.

Office of Veterans Affairs
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.

Peace Corps – UO Office
The University of Oregon ranks in the top 20 of Peace Corps volunteer-producing institutions, with over 1,000 graduates serving since 1961. The Career Center is home to an embedded Peace Corps recruiting office to help students navigate the volunteer application process

You can learn about the GEO scholarships and find help and links to apply to some distinguished scholarships.

Teaching and Learning Center
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.

TRiO – Student Support Services
Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded TRiO program. As a college retention program, SSS helps undergraduates meet the rigors of higher education. The program is designed for students whose socioeconomic backgrounds, educational records, and personal situations suggest they may experience challenges at the UO that could be alleviated with use of resources offered by SSS.

UO Health Center
The Health Center provide many services, including the required Travel Clinic for your GEO application, primary care, mental health, dental, and others.

Yamada Language Center
The Yamada Language Center offers resources and classes for all language taught at the UO (including Self Study language programs). They offer a virtual language lab, textbooks, dictionaries, DVDs, CDs, grammar books, and other literature in various languages.