IPMP Resources

Part of our jobs as peer mentors is to guide students to resources that will help them on their journeys to success. This list of resources serves as a general guide for campus resources students access.

International Student and Scholars Advising (ISSS)

  • ISSS Advisors provide support for international student needs about travel, visa, and other issues. Students can come to drop-in hours or schedule an appointment.
  • ISSS also has many programs for students including International Student Orientation, our peer mentor program, the Friendship Foundation for International Students, and the International Cultural Service Program (ICSP).

Accessible Education Center (AEC)

  • The AEC supports access and inclusion for students with disabilities.
  • This department works with other folks on campus to ensure students with disabilities may have an equitable educational experience.

ASUO Men’s Center

  • The Men’s Center is located in the EMU and hosts a variety of free events to create valuable discussions about masculinity in the United States and how to change masculinity to create a safer environment for everyone.

ASUO Women’s Center 

  • The Women’s Center is located in the EMU and provides many leadership and connection opportunities for international students.
  • The Women’s Center is great place to hang out, study or meet friends.
  • There are a few computers available for students to use and students can print for free!

Tykeson Hall: Academic Advising & Career Coaching

  • Tykeson Hall is the home to the UO's new approach to academic and career advising.

Campus Copy

  • Campus Copy offers many kinds of printing (posters, books, flyers etc.) on many types of papers or materials.
  • Campus Copy is located downstairs at the EMU.

Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (CMAE)

  • The CMAE has a group of advisors working to help underrepresented and diverse populations of students.
  • They also offer peer advising, computers to use and a space to do homework in, special CMAE classes and scholarships based on diversity in education.

Counseling & Testing Center (UCTC)

  • Students at the UO can access individual and group counseling for FREE. Counseling is available in Chinese and Spanish upon request.
  • They can also access specific resources for alcohol and drug abuse or for eating and body image concerns.
  • Students can also register to take tests through UCTC.

Computer Labs

  • There are various computer labs available for students to use computers for free around campus. Click the link to find the lab that may be the most useful for you, there is also a computer lab on the ground floor of the Erb Memorial Union (EMU).

Dean of Student’s Office

  • The Dean of Students supports all students’ needs. Areas of specialty for the office include Diversity and Community (cultural centers and identity support), Prevention, Student Conduct, and Off-Campus Housing Support.

Duck Nest

  • Located on the ground floor of the EMU, just past the Copy Center, the Duck Nest is a great place to study, take a quiet break from class or attend a free one hour workshop or class.
  • Free yoga workshops, meditation classes, tea, snacks, personal hygiene products, and more are offered at the Duck Nest. Throughout the term, the Duck Nest brings dogs and puppies to campus to help student’s de-stress!
  • Follow @DuckNestWellnessCenter on Facebook and @UO_DuckNest on Instagram for free events!

Duck Store

  • The UO Duck Store has textbooks, school supplies, art supplies, tech equipment, Oregon Duck clothing and other resources.
  • Official passport photos can be taken in the technology section.
  • Students can ask for assistance or helping getting their Mac products (iPad, iPhone, Macbook etc.) fixed at the Duck Store.

International Student Association (ISA) 

  • The ISA is a student organization that supports international students at the University of Oregon.
  • Coffee Hour is a fun, free event that happens every Friday from 4-6pm! Join ISA and hundreds of other international and domestic students for free food, games and prizes!
  • Follow @InternationalDuck on Facebook and Instagram!

LGBTQIA+ Resources

  • There are many student groups and various resources including scholarships and volunteer opportunities for LGBTQIA+ identifying students.

Mills International Center

  • The Mills International Center is a meeting space and resource center for all members of the University of Oregon community! It’s a great place to meet with your mentee/mentor or do some homework between classes.
  • Follow @UOMills on Facebook and Instagram in order to keep up to date with many free events and activities!

Office of Academic Advising (OAA)

  • OAA works directly with students who have not yet declared their majors — they can help you choose classes, make sure you are meeting all the General Education Requirements and answer general questions regarding academics at University of Oregon. They also assist students who would like to be reinstated to the University

Ombuds Program 

  • The confidential Ombuds Programs offers free conflict resolution and problem-solving resources.

PE & Rec Center

  • The UO PE & Rec Center is a full recreational facility that allows students to take PE classes for UO credit or just for fun, and use fitness equipment and aquatic facilities for free. Personal trainers are also available.

SAFE Website

  • safe.uoregon.edu
  • The SAFE website compiles much important information about resources to help with issues regarding abuse, sexual violence and safety across campus.

Duck Rides

  • Duck Rides is a free late night transportation service that helps students, faculty, and staff arrive home safely from their various locations.
  • Call 541-346-7433, extension 2 to schedule a ride. Find Safe Ride hours on their website

Student Associations and Clubs

  • Use the orgsync website to find out about various clubs and student groups on campus… there are many different options, for example, The Vietnamese Student Association, The African Student Association, The Muslim Student Association, The Southeast Asian Student Alliance, Oregon Hillel, sports and dance teams, musical groups and more!
  • Sign in with your UO email information to explore all the amazing groups on campus!

Student Sustainability Center

  • The SSC is a space for students to collaborate on student-led initiatives that foster human equity, environmental vitality and economic well-being.
  • The SSC offers free events throughout the year, runs the UO Zero Waste program and also offers student the opportunity to get a free water bottle or apply to rent a free garden plot!

University Health Center 

  • Students can access the University Health Center when they are feeling ill or they need to access special care.
  • Dental and pharmacy services are also available in this campus facility.
  • Ask for a translation service if you need help understanding your insurance information or doctor’s appointment.

UO Designated Driver Shuttle (DDS) 

  • UO DDS provides free rides to students in an effort to keep intoxicated students off the road.
  • Call 541-346-7433 to schedule a ride anytime from 10pm-2:30am on any day of the week.

UO Libraries 

  • UO Libraries have rooms and study spaces, research databases, how-to guides, and more!
  • Click here to reserve a group study room for free!

UO Multicultural Center

  • The MCC offers a great place to study, computers to use and a comfortable place to hang out.
  • The MCC promotes student activism towards acheiving the goal of making the University of Oregon a more diverse and welcoming community.

UO Outdoor Program

  • The Outdoor Program offers lots of fun trips on weekends and school breaks throughout the year!
  • Students can rent a bicycle for up to four academic terms through the UO Bike Program.
  • Students can rent other outdoor gear for specific trips.
  • Students can learn about renting resources for outdoor activities and can register for the bike program.

UO Police Department (UOPD)

  • UOPD can be found around campus working to keep students, staff and visitors to our campus safe.

Teaching and Learning Center (TLC)

  • The TLC is a great resource for academic support on campus! Tutoring options are available for Math, Writing, Language (French and Spanish), Science, and general Study Techniques.

Yamada Language Center

  • The YLC is a resource that supports the 4000+ language teaching faculty and students at the University of Oregon. The YLC is located in McKenzie Hall.
  • Students can meet here for various free events to share language and culture or rent international themed movies and books for free — many in other languages!
  • Students can become Language Exchange Partners to practice, learn and teach language!