See Something, Say Something, Do Something

Ducks Do Something

On our campus, we look out for each other and are committed to proactively addressing high-risk behaviors. The misuse and abuse of drugs such as alcohol is an issue on every college campus, but we take pride in creating a campus culture that is changing this norm. We are dedicated to creating a campus culture that is actively engaged in addressing issues of drug abuse and sexual violence in all their forms. Our efforts are focused on providing you with resources to help you have an exceptional experience at the UO without using drugs as a way to deal with stress or social pressures. As a member of our community, it is on all of us to address these issues and be informed.



Substance Abuse Prevention

Alcohol and other drugs are perceived to be a part of culture. Drinking may be incorporated in many different celebrations and social events. However, misusing alcohol or other drugs can have serious consequences for your health and your college experience. It is a complicated subject, so it is important to stay informed and be responsible if you choose to consume or use.


of UO students use a designated driver when drinking


of UO students stay with friends while drinking

It takes

1 hour

to clear a serving of alcohol from the body



of incoming students don't or rarely drink

Sexual Violence Prevention

Every University of Oregon student has the right to pursue their academic, social, and work activities without fear or intimidation. While any form of unwanted sexual behavior and violence can be difficult to discuss, sexual violence is an issue that exists on college campuses and in communities throughout the country. The Sexual Violence Prevention and Education team is dedicated to providing education and prevention opportunities for you to help contribute to a safe and healthy campus. 

The University of Oregon does not tolerate sexual violence or harassment. As Ducks, we respect each other and take care of each other. We get explicit consent before engaging in sexual activity and when we see someone in an uncomfortable or unsafe situation, we intervene or call for help.


Sep 24
LIVE Health Center Info Sessions: Ready for Your Questions3:00 p.m.

Calling all new and prospective Ducks and families! Have you been curious about the services at University Health Services and about how we can meet your health and wellness...
July 30–October 1

Calling all new and prospective Ducks and families! Have you been curious about the services at University Health Services and about how we can meet your health and wellness needs? Do you want to know how to use insurance, how to get your required immunization records uploaded, or use the MyUOHealth portal? Do you have questions about our Student Health Insurance Benefits Plan or how to enroll? Then join us for an upcoming Health Center 101 Information Session!

These one-hour, drop-in sessions will be offered via Zoom, and will connect you directly to one of our friendly, helpful team members to get your questions answered. Join us at any point during these one-hour sessions.

Before attending a session, please review access and participation instructions as listed below the schedule.

To access the Zoom meetings:

Please sign in with your full name visible on the screen.
You will be held in a “waiting room” until the specified start time.

To ask a question:

When you enter the session, you will be welcomed by the meeting host.
Questions will be taken in the order of arrival of participants.

Contact Us

Kerry Frazee, PhD
Director, Prevention Services

Rituparna Roy
Assistant Director, Sexual Violence Prevention and Education

Alexis Drakatos
Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator

Abigail Leeder
Director, Experiential Education and Prevention Initiatives