My Housing is our online platform that can help you change emergency contact, update meal plans, check on meal points, request a room change, submit a maintenance request, submit a petition, or sign up for housing. You can visit your My Housing account for just about anything you need. Learn more about rates, important dates, your housing contract and community standards in the residence halls.
Moving In and Out
Learn about the logistics of move-in as well as what to bring and what not to bring when you move into your residence hall.
We encourage you to plan ahead for move-out and if you are returning next year, don't forget that you get low cost summer storage and you may donate unwanted items through our Give Before You Go program.
University Housing bills room and board charges to your student account at the beginning of each term. If you have questions about the University Housing sections of your bill, please call 541-346-4277. Please know that University Housing will never ask for sensitive information, like a credit card number, via email. We can directly discuss billing issues only with students.
Break and Holiday Planning
Wheather you are staying on campus or traveling, check out the information about services available in the halls for the following breaks.
- Thanksgiving Break November 26–29, 2020
- Winter Break Halls close at 7:00 p.m., December 11, 2020, and reopen at 9:00 a.m., January 2, 2021
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 18, 2021
- Spring Break March 20–28, 2021
- Memorial Day May 31, 2021
Computer or Wi-Fi Support
Part of the services provided to all students living in the residence halls is the residential networks through our ResNet office. ResNet offers free IT services to residents living in University Housing.
Housing Service Centers
Your Housing Service Centers are a great place to stop by for your day-to-day hall needs or to check your mail. Whether you want to check out a movie (not available during COVID-19) or need a temporary key, we have it all here. Service center locations and academic-year hours:
Sending and Receiving Mail
Students receive mail and packages at their Housing Service Center. If you are planning to mail something, include the student’s first and last name along with their mailbox number. Please send mail only after the student has checked in.
Carson, Earl, Walton, Living-Learning Center
First and last name
65### or 66###
1475 East 15th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97403-1485
Global Scholars, Justice Bean, Hamilton, Kalapuya Ilihi
First and last name
63### or 64###
1710 East 15th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97403-2271
Not sure about a rule or policy? Ask your resident assistant or check the University Housing contract.