Community in Every Corner
Each community is different, but important in making sure everyone has a place on our campus. What would your college experience be without people around you to share it with? Our communities and resources are here 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.
Our communities are full of diversity. Each person provides distinct connections, building a campus that welcomes everyone. Through shared cultural, educational, and social experiences, you can be involved in a community that will last throughout your entire college experience. We are here to provide you with opportunities and resources to help you achieve your goals and enhance your college experience.
We are proud to have members in our community who have served our country. We are dedicated to providing resources and services for you to have a successful college career. Your leadership and service for others is a valuable part of what it means to have a community. It is an honor to have you as a member of our campus community.
Learning happens at your own pace. Whenever you come to the university, we have resources to help you be successful. Whether it is navigating through Eugene, maintaining a school-life balance, or finding a quiet place to study, we can help. You don't have to learn alone either; we have communities to support you through your college experience.
Our communities are not built on a binary. Each person has a unique combination of identities that make them, well, them. We are proud to have you in our community and we want you to be proud of your community. Our resources are here to support you through your college experience and for you to get involved in a community where you are free to be you.
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Being a part of a fraternity or sorority means holding yourself to a higher standard of commitment, service, and accountability. It means being part of a community based on shared values—such as leadership, scholarship, and friendship—that supports its members in being the best version of themselves. It means being part of a legacy that continues through your personal growth and involvement in our community.
Here at the Women’s Center, we seek to embody the ideals of activism, leadership, and empowerment by creating equitable educational and working environments for all genders. We create space for the intermingling of backgrounds by encouraging nontraditional, LGBTQIA+, and international students. Anyone committed to bettering the quality of life for all are welcome. We are here to support you in a multitude of endeavors and create a space where we can come together to share in a community of like-minded Ducks.
The ASUO Men’s Center envisions a university campus where individuals of all genders, sexual orientations, physical and mental abilities, and racial and ethnic identities are respected and valued; where the community works for diversity and inclusion and against inequality, injustice, and violence. As such, we foster a space where students come together to benefit social equality by reconstructing masculinity. We believe that you have to become the change you want to see in the world, and that change starts here.