Men’s Resource Center Hours
Monday–Friday: 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Located on the top floor of the Erb Memorial Union, Room 211, the MRC provides students a respite from the day-to-day hustle of life on campus. Whether it's to play games, or just to rest and relax, all are welcome.
Living the Questions
Who am I? How do I live my best life? What does it mean to be a good man? How can I help the men in my community to grow and thrive? Rather than providing you with answers, the Men's Resource Center (MRC) invites you to explore your own unique relationship to the intersection of identity, well-being, and various forms of masculinity. We believe that no one knows you better than yourself, and are committed to creating spaces in which you can be curious and courageous.
Movember for Men's Health
Each November, the MRC teams up with groups from all across campus to learn and share about issues related to men's health and well-being. Events include panel discussions, fitness competitions, gaming parties, and more.
The Community Advocacy Program is a student-led initiative focused on building stronger community through connection. Students of all identities and experiences participate through outreach, mentorship, and various types of social events.
Play games, win prizes, and learn about some of the amazing resources available to all UO students through the Office of the Dean of Students (DOS).
Featured groups include the Women's Center, IMPACT, Nontraditional Student Union, Holden Center, LGBT+ Education & Support Services (LGBTESS), Sexual Violence Prevention & Education (SVPE), Substance Abuse Prevention & Education (SAPE), Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center (BCC), and the Men's Resource Center (MRC).
This program requires the submission of a short application.
Priority deadline: October 1, 2021
Final deadline: October 8, 2021
For questions, email email@example.com. The series is a collaboration between the Holden Center and the Men’s Resource Center.
Finding your dream job is tough enough. Be sure that you're ready when you do.
In addition to earning an official certificate of completion, participants of the 2021 Men's Professional Development Series will learn ways to stand-out from other applicants and to be better prepared for success from the moment they launch their professional careers. They'll discover tips and tricks for forging valuable professional connections, creating strong resumes, acing job interviews, managing projects, and developing important leadership skills.
Whatever stage of your academic career you're in, it's never too soon to start building toward your vision of professional success.