The School of Architecture and Allied Arts is a community that values inclusion. We are a committed to equal opportunities for all faculty, staff and students to develop individually, professionally, and academically regardless of ethnicity, heritage, gender, sexual orientation, ability, socio-economic standing, cultural beliefs and traditions. We are dedicated to an environment that is inclusive and fosters awareness, understanding, and respect for diversity. If you feel excluded or threatened, please contact your instructor and/or department head. The University Bias Response Team is also a resource that can assist you. Find more information at their website or by phoning 541-346-2037.
The UO is committed providing a learning environment in which students can be successful. The following resources are available to support students in being successful.
Browse the Office of Admissions website for information pertaining to admissions deadlines, application instructions, financial aid, and program requirements.
Financial Aid information may be requested from the Office of Financial Aid, University of ORegon, 260 Oregon Hall, Eugene, OR 97403; telephone 1-800-760-6953 or (541)346-3221. You can also find more information from the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
Housing information may be obtained from the ASUO Rental Office, Suite 4, Erb Memorial Union, Universitty of Oregon , Eugene, OR, 97403; telephone (541) 346-3724. You can also find more information at the UO Housing website.
As a unit of Student Life, the Office of the Registrar is responsible for publication of the Schedule of Classes, student registration and enrollment verification, academic records maintenance, monitoring general education degree requirements for undergraduates, awarding degrees and issuing transcripts. These responsibilities, assignments and services are completed within institutional policies and standards as well as related state and federal laws and regulations.
Campus visits are welcome, and tours are offered daily from Oregon Hall. For mor information, go to Office of Admissions page.
Crisis Center - (541) 346-4488
Visit the University Health Center online for health alerts and information pertaining to medical services, nursing, lab work, immunization, health education and insurance.
Parking Services & Transportation
At the Parking Services & Transportation website, you will find a broad range of information and resource referrals for the myriad of transportation options available to our university community, both to, and around the campus.
AAD graduate teaching, research or administrative fellowhips (GTF's) are limited and generally are awarded to second-year AAD students. However, many students recieve GTF support, work study, or student wages through other departments and programs on campus. Please refer to the following web site for GTF positions that are open to applicants from all departments throughout the year.
The Office of Professional Outreach and Development for Students (PODS) serves students in all A&AA disciplines to develop job search strategies, career goals and career development tools. This office works collaboratively with both administrative and academic units to provide comprehensive career services to students through a variety of services including: linking students with professionals in the field, individual career advising, presentations to classes & student groups, coordinating workshops, panels, and the annual Career Symposium held in Portland.
Professional Connections is a searchable database listing Board of Visitors members and other professionals by discipline. Each profile provides contact information as well as areas of expertise and resources available to students and faculty.
UO Alumni Association
The UO Alumni Association plays an integral role in the success and viability of the University of Oregon. We fund scholarships for incoming students and sponsor one of the largest endowed Presidential Scholarships on campus. We also assist the University's legislative advocacy efforts through the Alumni Advocates, a group of alumni and friends committed to lobbying state legislators on behalf of higher education and the University of Oregon.