Resources for UO Students

Academic Resources

Tutoring and Academic Advising

  • Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center: Tutoring, enhancing skills for academic success, class encore, peer academic coaching, test prep, workshops for academic success.
  • The Hub: Peer academic advising, CHEM support, math/writing tutoring, computer science tutoring, class encore study groups, STEM runway program.
  • Academic Advising: Find an advisor, explore majors, support, resources; connect with UO PeerLink advisors to navigate campus, first term, general questions about campus resources.

Books and Library Resources

  • The Duck Store: Books needed for each class, purchasing books. 
  • UO Libraries: Hours, locations, and contact information for each library around campus.
  • UO Library Course Reserves: Materials required for coursework that are placed in specially designated areas within the library and given shortened loan periods. Course Reserves include library- and instructor-owned books, videos, audio recordings, and other relevant materials in support of instruction. 
  • UO Library Reservable Study Rooms: Reserve study rooms, classrooms, and presentation rooms,
  • Thrift books: Website that has used books for sale.

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Financial Resources

Financial Aid Resources

  • Federal Student Aid: FAFSA, Parent Plus Loan application, Undergraduate Entrance Counseling, and Undergraduate and Parent Master Promissory Note, information about different forms of aid and loans, and loan servicer information. 
  • UO Financial Aid: Scholarships for incoming freshman, applying for aid, different aid types, costs, financial aid checklist.
  • UO Financial Wellness: How to plan a budget, financial wellness, financial aid seminars, workshops about budgeting, loans, credit management, savings, post-grad, and obtaining scholarships.
  • PathwayOregon: Covers tuition and fees for 4 years at UO, connecting with pathway advisors, tutoring, and workshops.

Student Employment

  • Handshake: Information about on and off campus jobs and ability to apply for available positions.

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Health & Food Resources

Food Resources

Health, Mental Health, and Support Resources

  • Office of the Dean of Students: Information about support, different community groups/connections like LGBTQIA group/center, BCC, etc., leadership, prevention, code of conduct.
  • Dean of Students - Food Security: Produce drop, Ducks Feeding Ducks, SNAP, student food pantry, Ducks' Leftover Textover, cooking classes.
  • Health Centers: Health requirements, primary care, acute care, sports medicine, psychiatry, counseling, dental, UO health insurance.
  • Counseling Services: Consultations, wellbeing assessments, crisis support, group therapy, individual therapy, event information, single-session intervention and shortterm focused individual therapy (one to six sessions per academic year).
  • Division of Equity and Inclusion: Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence, Center on Diversity and Community, Multicultural Center, Campus and Community Engagement, support for historically underrepresented students.
  • Accessible Education Center: Educational accommodations, advising, facilitating and supporting accessible education, helps students have access to full inclusion.
  • UO Duck Nest: Helping you develop self-care and life-balance strategies related to stress, food security, physical health, and general wellness.

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Other Resources

Getting Connected

  • One Stop Student Resources: Club information, academic support, financial information, housing, dining, wellness, safety, transportation. 
  • UO Events Calendar: On-campus and off-campus events. The calendar is updated every day. 
  • First Year Programs: First Year Interest Groups (FIGs), Academic Residential Communities (ARCs), first year experience community, events, and share stories and experiences through common reading.
  • TRIO Student Support Services: Academic Advising, Academic Support, Financial Assistance, Space and Referrals, Mentors and Community, must apply to qualify. For students (1) whose parents did not complete 4-year college degree (2) low-income students, and/or (3) students who have accommodations through the Accessible Education Center.

Claiming UO ID/PAC and Additional Services

  • UO Office of Registrar: ID/PAC reset, academic calendars and schedule, DuckWeb information, registering for classes, tuition, and fees, grading system, and transcripts.
  • UO Service Portal: Claiming Duck ID account, creating PAC, where to find help for duck ID and PAC.
  • Duck ID Self-Service: Manage Duck ID, expired password, forgotten password, claim Duck ID.
  • Erb Memorial Union: ID card services.
  • University of Oregon Housing: What types of housing options, information on Academic Residential Communities (ARCs), on campus dining, where to register for housing.

Getting Involved Around Campus

  • UO Explore-Engage: Events/organizations around campus.
  • UO Holden Center: Leadership workshops, 1:1 peer coaching, community service opportunities.
  • Erb Memorial Union
    • Events and programs around campus
    • Food and retail (Ace Sushi, Bartolotti’s Pizza Bistro, Chipotle, Fresh Corner Market, Jamba, Little Big Burger, Panda Express, Starbucks, Subway, The Duck Store) 
    • Student Involvement (craft center, ASUO, CSI, club sports, esports, sustainability center, KWVA 88.1 FM, mills international center, outdoor and bike program, student veterans center)
    • Services (guest service desk, duck bucks, ticket office, card office, Moss Street Children’s Center, Childcare subsidy, copy center, tech services, lost and found, duck nest) 

Getting Around Campus and Eugene

  • UO Transportation Services: How to ride the bus, UO park and ride, parking information, citations, parking rules, emergency rides home.
  • Duck Rides: Information about nighttime transportation services.
  • Lane Transit District: Riding LTD, planning trips, routes, bus passes, accessibility information.

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