University Health Services
The University Health Services offers medical, dental, physical therapy, and pharmacy services, including comprehensive care related to sexual health. The medical clinic provides annual exams, HPV vaccinations, and guidance regarding safer sex. The UHC STI Screening Clinic is a convenient way for students to get tested for sexually transmitted infections.
For more information about accessing STI and HIV testing, PreP, and safer sex supplies in Eugene, visit our Sexual Health Resources page.
To speak with an after-hours advice nurse line: 541-346-2770 and press "1" to connect.
University Counseling Services
Counseling Services provides a variety of services including individual and group therapy, crisis support, consultation, and community referrals.
Counseling Services case managers can give you specific referrals to Eugene providers based on your needs, identity, insurance, and location. Call 541-346-3227 to schedule a case manager appointment.
To speak with a therapist after-hours, call the 24-hour crisis line: 541-346-3227.
Counseling Services provides an LGBTQ and questioning support group as well as a trans and gender-expansive identities group. The purpose of these groups is to provide a safe and affirming space where students can connect and share openly about their feelings and experiences.
Counseling Services offers a variety of specialized services to support the needs and experiences of transgender and gender-expansive students. If you are experiencing gender dysphoria, are seeking gender affirming procedures (such as hormone therapy or surgery) and need a support letter, or are wanting support in exploring your gender identity, Gender Support Services are here to help.
Student Health Insurance
The UO partners with PacificSource to provide the Student Health Benefits Plan, a comprehensive health plan including 24/7 coverage anywhere in the world, platinum-level medical and prescription drug coverage, and low costs. As of 2010, student health insurance covers hormone and surgical treatment just like any other student medical need—meaning it is subject to the same maximums, copays, and policies.