Resources for current UO Students



Being away at college can feel like being on a desert island – even though you are surrounded by resources and people, unexpected problems can leave one can feeling alone and unprepared. To learn more about what services are available to you, please explore the list of resources below or click the link at the bottom of the page to learn more from the office of the Dean of Students.


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University of Oregon 

Accessible Education Center


The Accessible Education Center (formerly Disability Services) is part of the Undergraduate Studies Division of Academic Affairs. Our new name, effective Fall 2011, better reflects the broad scope of attention and support to individual students and the emphasis on systemic change to increase accessibility and inclusivity across campus. We are located in 164 Oregon Hall and welcome appointments from students, as well as inquiries from parents, and consultations with faculty/staff.

Phone Number:(541) 346- 1155

Website: AEC


Accessible Education Center

164 Oregon Hall
5278 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-5278




University of Oregon 

NAMI On Campus Peer Support Group

NAMI On Campus is a group of students who have come together to help other students get the help they need during difficult situations. UO NAMI raises awareness about the Peer Support group provided by NAMI of Lane County! It is associated and works closely with UO S.M.H.A., as both strive to remove the stigma associated with mental health at the University of Oregon! Click on the links to learn about the NAMI meeting times!


Phone Number: (541) 343-7688

Website:    NAMI On Campus or NAMI Of Lane CO

2411 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Eugene, OR, 97401






University of Oregon 

Counseling & Testing Center


The University Counseling & Testing Center (UCTC) is a department of UO Student Affairs providing therapy, testing, consultation, outreach, and referral services to university students. The Counseling Center is the only place where students can receive psychological services from professionals specializing in college mental health free of charge.  Many of our services are confidential to students. 


Phone Number: (541) 346- 4227

Website:      UCTC


Counseling and Testing Center
1590 E. 13th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97403


Check UCTC Website


After Hours Assistance: 24 hours a day 365 days a year





UO Psychology Clinic


Welcome to the Psychology Clinic, located in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oregon. We provide psychotherapy and psychological assessment services to residents of the Eugene-Springfield area, including faculty, staff, and students at the University of Oregon.



Phone Number:(541) 346- 4954

Website:      Psychology 

Address:     1715 Franklin Blvd
             Eugene, OR 97403


Hours & Contact: See Website



Women's Center:


The mission of the ASUO Women's Center is to advocate for the best educational and working environment for the women at the University of Oregon. We accomplish this by working toward societal change and the end of oppression and by supporting personal growth.


Phone Number: (541)-346-4095

Website:      Women Center 


Hours: Monday-Friday 9 am - 5 pm

Address: South EMU, Mac Court   



Men's Center


The Men’s Center is a student supported center dedicated to help college men from diverse backgrounds lead healthy lives. The center was developed in 2002 with support from the Office of the Dean of Students, University Counseling and Testing Center, Student Health Center, and PE and Rec. The center was the first organization of its kind on a major college campus.


Phone Number: (541)-346-0743

Website:     Men's Center 


Hours: Monday-Friday 9 am - 5 pm

Address: Mac Court, South EMU



Sexual Violence Response and Support Services

 at the University of Oregon


The new resource, 541-346-SAFE (7233), is the Sexual Violence Response and Support Services hotline. It was created as a part of a campus-wide effort to create a campus free of sexual violence and harassment and provide students with an integrated, accessible prevention and support system.


The university’s focus on the important national issue is designed to inform and educate students, faculty, and staff about how they can help prevent sexual violence and harassment and promote bystander intervention.



Phone Number: (541)-346-SAFE (7233)

Website:    S.V.R.S.S 



Veterans and Family Student Association


The University of Oregon Veterans and Family Student Association (VFSA) serves as a source of knowledge, support, representation and camaraderie to any and all students of prior and current military service and their families seeking education at the University of Oregon.


Phone Number: (541)-346-4305

Website:    UO Veteran 




Nontraditional Student Programs


The mission of Nontraditional Student Programs is to enhance the educational and interpersonal experiences of nontraditional students while supporting and promoting their degree attainment.


Nontraditional Student Programs promotes college access and lifelong learning through collaboration with the university community to provide services and support that address the unique needs and life experiences of nontraditional students.



Phone Number:(541) 346-1123

Website:  Non Tradional Program 




Learn more about these resources from office of the Dean of Students!