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Campus Partners

Resources for Faculty and Staff
  • Career Center: The Career Center exists to provide career and job search services and resources to UO students and alumni. Their mission is to help students develop long-term career goals and strategies, facilitate self-exploration and discovery, connect with potential employers, and empower and challenge students to fulfill their potential.
  • Holden Center: The Ambassador Glen and Mrs. Gloria Holden Leadership Center (HLC) was established in May 2005. Since its inception, it has responded to the growing need for organized leadership development at the University of Oregon. The HLC is deeply committed to supporting the broader University mission that strives to help individuals learn to question critically, think logically, communicate clearly, act creatively and live ethically while cultivating an attitude towards citizenship that fosters a caring, supportive atmosphere on campus and the wise exercise of civic responsibilities and individual judgment throughout life.
  • Residential Halls: An important objective of residence halls at the University of Oregon is to provide not just a place to sleep, but also opportunities for personal and educational growth. Highly trained Residence Life staff and Hall Government officers support this objective by creating engaging activities and programs in each floor or hall.
  • SAIL (Summer Academy to Inspire Learning): SAIL is a program led by volunteer UO faculty with the aim of increasing the number of low-income students enrolling and succeeding in college. SAIL has eight faculty-led summer camps with 150 students, involving hundreds of volunteer hours of faculty and staff. We recruite 8th through 12th grade high school students who will attend summer camps every year until they graduate.  SAIL also runs a college prep mentoring program throughout the academic year in various high schools.  Contact Lara Fernandez, Executive Director at for more information.
  • SPICE (Science Program to Inspire Creativity and Excellence): SPICE is a program through the Oregon Center for Optics and is dedicated to collaborating to create learning environments where girls can excell in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. SPICE works with middle and high school girls in classrooms throughout the greater Eugene community and recruits UO volunteers to work with mentoring, guiding student-led research projects, being role models for young girls, and buidling a community of young scientists. Whether it's an impromptu laser light show or an egg hurling through the air at 9.8 m/s2, we believe that science is everywhere. Contact Brandy Todd at the Oregon Center for Optics at for more information.