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Student Diversity Affairs Committee (SDAC)

SDAC is a student run organization devoted to bringing to light issues of diversity for students, faculty, and staff in the College of Education.

Contact Rod Salgado, Graduate Teaching Fellow at sdac@uoregon.edu, or visit the SDAC office (HEDCO 141)


University Student Support Resources


Teaching and Learning Center

TLC offers a wide array of services to meet just about every academic need: foreign language tutoring, help on math homework and writing assignments, classes and workshops to improve academic skills, and comprehensive programs.

tlc.uoregon.edu

Location: 68 Prince Lucien Campbell Hall

Phone: (541) 346-3226

ASUO Women’s Center

Location: Erb Memorial Union, Suite 4

Phone: (541) 346-4095

Career Center

Resources for transition from the university to work or further education.

Location: 220 Hendricks Hall

Phone: (541) 346-3235

Fax: (541) 346-6038

Counseling Center

Provides students with individual counseling and mental health services.

Location: University Health and Counseling Center, 2nd floor

Phone: (541) 346-3227

Fax: (541) 346-2842

Disability Services

Coordinates services, provides advocacy and support to students with documented physical, learning, and psychological disabilities and provides assistance to the general campus community in responding appropriately to requests for accommodations based on disability.

Location: 164 Oregon Hall

Mailing address: 5278 University of Oregon, Eugene OR 97403-5278

Phone: (541) 346-1155

TTY: (541) 346-1083

Fax: (541) 346-6013

Email: Disability Services

University Health Center

Location: 1590 E. 13th Avenue

Mailing address: 1232 University of Oregon, Eugene OR 97403-1232

Phone: (541) 346-2770

International Student Association

Promotes international cultures and builds strong coalitions with other student groups on campus so that ISA can be utilized as a resource by the whole campus community and not international students alone.

Locaton: EMU Suite 206

Phone: (541) 346-4387

Email: International Student Association

LGBTQA

Provides linkages for support and education.

Locaton: EMU, Suite 34

Phone: (541) 346-3360

Email: LGBTQA

ASUO Multicultural Center

Serves as a safe and respectful environment that nurtures and supports interaction among undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff and the community at large.

Locaton: EMU University of Oregon, Suite 33

Phone: (541) 346-4207 Main line

Phone: (541) 346-4321 Steve Morozumi (ASUO MCC Program Adviser)

Non-Traditional Student Union

There are no dues or fees required to join the NSU so please come in to the office and enjoy a cup of coffee and some friendly people. We can help you decide what classes you might enjoy and which instructors might work well for you. You will find that if you need help or have questions in common subjects like math and English, there is usually someone hanging around that can answer some of your questions or give you that extra boost to help refresh your memory. We have computers available for you to use free and offer printing to Nontraditional Students as well.

Locaton: EMU, Suite 20A (Downstairs between the Copy Center and the Break)

Mailing address: 1228 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-1228

Phone: (541) 346-4305

Office of Academic Advising

Provides academic advising and related services to all students. It is a place where students can sit down with an adviser one-on-one and discuss their individual concerns and questions. OAA serves all students, especially those who have not yet decided on an academic major. Assistance is provided to help students make the best possible use of academic resources and to facilitate academic progress and success. Students can call or come in as often as needed. Disability Services, although separately located, is administratively a part of the Office of Academic Advising.

Location: 364 Oregon Hall

Phone: (541) 346-3211

Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarship

Provides students with information related to the funding of their education.

Location: 2nd floor of Oregon Hall

Address: 1278 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-1278

Toll Free: 1-800-760-6953

Phone: (541) 346-3221

Email: Student Financial Aid and Scholarship

Fax: (541) 346-1175

Outdoor Program

Provides outdoor recreational opportunities for all students.

Location: EMU, Room 37

Phone: (541) 346-4365

Student Support Services

Students qualify for SSS based on federally defined criteria: socioeconomic backgrounds and academic needs. This includes students who meet low-income qualifications, students whose parents did not graduate from a four-year college, or individuals who have documented physical or learning disabilities. SSS funding is limited. Applicants are screened to ensure that those who are accepted into the program are committed to earning a UO bachelor’s degree and have academic needs that cannot be met through other resources.

Location: 68 PLC

Phone: (541) 346-3226

Testing Center

The Counseling Center Testing office is responsible for the administration, scoring, and maintaining of records for a wide range of tests administered to students at the University of Oregon. The testing office works closely with the student population by disseminating information, advising students, and administering exams.
COMPUTER TESTING:

Phone: (541) 346-2772

OTHER TESTING:

    Phone: (541) 346-3230

    Fax: (541)346-2845