Before you apply: Please review the current approximate wait-list time for space availability in each community or house. These times will be updated as information becomes available.
You do not need to be admitted to the University of Oregon before returning your Housing application, although we cannot process your housing application if you have not applied to the university, or if you do not meet eligibility requirements at the time of application. We highly recommend getting your Housing application in early, as there is typically a wait list for University Housing.
- DuckWeb (online family housing and university apartments application)
If you are an admissions applicant, you can apply online using DuckWeb once you’ve received your UO ID number and PAC number supplied in letter from Admissions. To apply online you will need to pay the $50 nonrefundable application fee electronically, either with a major credit card or an electronic check.
Law School and AEI students
Law and AEI applicants do not have early access to DuckWeb, and thereby should complete either a paper or PDF form.
If you are an undergraduate applicant, you will automatically receive the
Residence Hall application guide in the mail after you apply for admission to the UO.
You may indicate on your admission application that you would like to receive the
Family Housing University Apartments application.
If you are a graduate applicant, you will automatically receive the Family
Housing and University Apartments application guide. You may indicate on
your Graduate Admissions Application that you would also like the Residence Hall
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 about a housing space that best suits your needs, please call (541) 346-4277. Your call will be handled discreetly by authorized staff members.
1220 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1220
Attn: Apartment Coordinator
Attn: Apartment Coordinator
Apply for admission to the University of Oregon.
You do not need to be admitted to the University of Oregon before returning your
Housing application, although we cannot process your housing application if you have
not applied to the university, or if you do not meet eligibility requirements at the time of application. We highly recommend getting your Housing application in early, as there is typically a wait list for University Housing.
Fill out the application.
Be sure to check your eligibility and anticipated wait-list time before you fill out an application.
Send the following to University Housing:
- Completed application
- $50 nonrefundable application fee
- Photocopy of proof of age (driver's license, birth certificate, passport, or other official identification)
- If Applicable: Photocopy of proof of custody (children's birth certificate or custody documents)
- If Applicable: Photocopy of marriage certificate or domestic partnership affidavit
Secure your housing when an offer is made.
All Family Housing and University Apartments except for Graduate Village
A $75 security deposit, along with the prorated first month's rent, is required to secure
The prorated first month's rent, is required to secure the unit.
Note: Assignments are made according to the
priority guidelines as vacancies occur.
If you have a disability-related need, we would be happy to work to accomodate you. Please contact University Housing at (541) 346-4227 or Disability Services at (541) 346-1155, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants who are not immediately assigned a unit will be placed on a waiting list provided they meet eligibility requirements at the time of application.
Placement on the waiting list does not guarantee housing or a specific assignment.
If you are not immediately assigned a unit, you will remain on the waiting list until:
- you accept an offer or do not respond to or decline two offers
- you request to be taken off the waiting list
- you are no longer eligible for Family Housing and University Apartments
- you fail to respond to inquiry letters for profile updates