Summer Term Programming
The Office of the Dean of Students will not be conducting drop-in services.
- To make an appointment with a Care and Advocacy Program team member, please schedule an appointment with an advocate.
- If you have a concern and would like to connect with support, complete the Community Care and Support form.
- If a current student or UO community member poses an immediate threat of harm to self or others, or if this is an emergency situation, please call 911 or the University of Oregon Police Department at 541-346-2919.
- If you or another student are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call Counseling Services' 24-hour hotline at 541-346-3227.
- For conduct concerns, including holds, please email email@example.com.
- For prevention concerns, including holds, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For basic needs concerns and questions, please email email@example.com.
- For any further questions please call 541-346-3216. Calls are answered Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–noon and 1:00–5:00 p.m. (closed from noon–1:00 p.m. for the lunch hour).
A Community Just For You
The University of Oregon is a place that welcomes everyone. No matter where you are from, what you look like, or how you identify, you are one of us and a part of our community. We know it's important to find support and feel safe with the people around you. These communities will get you started, yet there are so many more. Find your place, connect with others, and learn from each other.
Ducks Do Something
We want every Duck to be the best version of themselves. But you weren't born knowing how to navigate every situation you'll encounter while in college. That's OK. We have resources and programs here to help you make healthy decisions and support your fellow Ducks, too. It is important that we are here for each other and understand how our actions affect our community so that we all can have a positive experience together. We encourage all Ducks, if you see something, say something! Ducks Do Something! Learn more about programs and student organizations working to support a safe and healthy campus.
Leadership and Involvement
You are a vital part of building a better community for all Ducks. We have a number of opportunities in the Dean of Students Office available for you to be a leader in your community. Maybe you want to build stronger multicultural communities or continue a legacy built on shared values. It could be providing your perspective on a committee, facilitating workshops, serving the community, or student employment. Wherever your passion leads you, there are opportunities waiting.
A resource share and social opportunity for UO students that identify as Dreamer, DACA or undocumented. Come meet others with like experience, learn about financial and community resources available to you and just have some fun! Food and fun favors provided. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the event
The Women’s Center is beyond excited to invite you to join in-person at our annual Take Back the Night Rally, March and Speak-Out Against Sexual and Domestic Violence on Thursday, April 27th, 2023 starting at 6pm in the EMU Amphitheater!
TBTN is a yearly international protest founded in 1976 which seeks to raise awareness about the realities of sexual and domestic violence on campus and in the community, both for survivors of sexual and domestic violence and those who want to support and bear witness in solidarity.
TBTN is a survivor-centered event that begins with a Rally in the EMU Amphitheater at 6pm, continues at 7pm as a newly-routed March through the streets of Eugene to symbolize reclaiming people’s safety on public streets at night – and ends back on campus for a Speak Out on the Knight Library South Lawn.
The Speak Out will be student-led (with non-university affiliated licensed mental health providers available nearby for confidential assistance) during which survivors can share personal stories of how sexual and domestic violence has impacted their lives. Snacks, beverages and blankets will be provided. *We ask that no UO Professional Staff or Media be present during this portion of the event to provide a sacred space for students to have dialogue circles of peer to peer support.*
Our theme for this year’s event is rising up against the endless attacks on bodily autonomy taking place sociopolitically and socioculturally, addressing the oppressive realities of the prison industrial complex, as well as centering marginalized communities too often left out of essential dialogue about sexual and domestic violence - despite being disproportionately impacted by these systems of oppression. As always, the Women’s Center is committed to providing this essential event to support survivors, educate the community and prevent future harm.
PEOPLE UNITE! TAKE BACK THE NIGHT!
#TakeBackTheNight #SupportSurvivors #BelieveSurvivors #SAAM
For more information please contact Women’s Center Sexual Violence Prevention and Educator Coordinator, Maggie Bertrand, SVPEWC@gmail.com, or Women’s Center Director, Fatima Roohi Pervaiz, at email@example.com.