University Housing is both an educational and a business enterprise
of the University of Oregon. The role of University Housing is to support
the academic mission of the University through the provision of
residence hall and family student housing and related services.
University Housing is a self-sustaining, self-liquidating agency of the
University (receives no tuition or tax support for its operating budget).
The goal of University Housing is to offer the highest quality of
basic service at a reasonable cost.
In support of the above mission, University Housing operates two types
of student housing: residence hall housing and family student housing,
intended primarily for student families and non-traditional students.
In addition, University Housing is responsible for dining services,
campus-wide catering, and other food cash operations, camp and
conference housing, as well as managing the budgets and facilities of
these operations, and related support services.
The University of Oregon actively promotes cultural diversity and equal opportunity.
We honor the humanity that joins us and we celebrate the differences that distinguish
us. University Housing has an expectation that all residents will actively participate
in creating welcoming communities that value all members without regard to race,
color, sex, disability, national origin, age, religion, marital status, veteran
status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. Our highly
trained staff is awaiting your call to discuss any concerns you may have. For
more information please call (541) 346-4277. Your call will be handled discreetly
by authorized staff members.
If you have disability related concerns, you may also contact
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