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Welcome to the flock! Learn more about how Ducks live by exploring our residence halls virtually, connecting with us in a one-on-one meeting, and taking the next steps to register for housing. Explore our digital housing brochure online.
Housing registration for 2022–23 is now open!
Admitted students will get an email once they can log in and register for housing. You do not need to be committed to the UO to register for housing.
Already registerd for housing? Check out our blog post on next steps.
Explore Our Residence Halls
Learn more about our 10 residence halls by exploring their amenities, room types, and experience the hall yourself through online video tours.
With several different room types, there are a lot of options to find the best fit for your living experience. Check out our 360-degree tours of every space.
Discover Your Community
Want a living experience that fits with your major, your identity, or your interests? There are communities that can help you get even more out of your experience living on campus.
You have the opportunity to live in an Academic Residential Community and join like-minded students in a shared courses, projects, and activities centered around a subject you’re passionate about.
You can also choose to join a Residential Community and live with students who share your identity or values.
Register for Housing
Housing registration for admitted students will open in December. You do not need to commit to the UO to register for housing. The earlier you sign up, the more options you will have when selecting a room. Read our blog post with more details on the housing registration process.
Register for Housing
1. Once you have been offered admission to the UO, register for housing in the My Housing portal. Opens December 2021.
2. Use the UO ID Login option and then register (create an account) on the My Housing portal using the 95# in the email you are sent within two weeks of being admitted.
3. Sign your contract and pay the $350 initial housing payment and $50 non-refundable registration fee.
4. Research your housing and dining options.
5. Browse and request roommates starting in June in your My Housing portal.
6. Select your room! You will be assigned a room selection date and time based on you and your roommate's registration dates and if you are in a community.
Important Dates for 2022–23
Mid–December: Housing registration opens.
May: Create roommate profile
June 1: Last day to cancel housing registration and receive 100 percent refund of $350 initial housing payment
June: Roommate browsing and requests
July: Room selection for all students
July 31: Last day to make changes to your room selection, last day to to file an exemption to the live-on requirement
September 27: First day of fall classes (move in dates TBD)
Dates subject to change.
Do I have to be committed to the UO in order to register for housing?
No, you can still be making your decision on whether or not to become a Duck. If your plans change, you can cancel your housing registration by June 1 and get a full refund of the initial housing payment.
When am I assigned my room and roommate?
You will get to select your own room in July! Registering early will give you more options and priority when it comes time for room selection. You will be able to select from any residence hall or room available at that time.
Roommate browsing and requests opens in June. More information will be sent to you when we invite you to create your roommate profile in May. You can request someone you already know, browse roommates that match with you based on your answers to the lifestyle questions in the housing registration, or browse roommates based on a specific lifestyle question.
Are first year students required to live on campus?
All first-year students at the UO live on campus. Living on campus for at least your first year is a significant advantage that contributes to your success at the University of Oregon. You will be part of a community and make connections with other students, faculty, and staff. Living on campus also connects you to services that support you as you transition to college life. Studies show that first-year full-time students living on campus have higher GPAs, stay in school in higher numbers, and graduate faster.
If I am in an Academic Residential Community or Residential Community, does my roommate also have to be in that same community?
Yes, living in a community means your roommate must also be a part of that same community.
Can I defer the $350 initial housing payment?
Students who qualify and choose to waive their admission application fee and/or Advance Tuition fee may also choose to defer their initial University Housing payment—this means the $350 initial housing payment will go to your fall term bill and may be covered by financial aid or scholarships.
For those who qualify, an option to defer will be included in the online payment registration process. Deferrals have the same financial commitment as payments and must follow the same cancellation guidelines. Please contact University Housing for more information.