Unthank Hall has common spaces dedicated to the academic life of UO students, including classrooms, faculty meeting spaces, study areas, a living space for the faculty member in residence, and dedicated spaces for Academic Residential Communities. There is also a community kitchen, the PNW Public Market–with nine unique dining venues–and the Duck’s House restaurant.
All utilities paid
Covered bike racks
Laundry in building
Study and lounge spaces
Wi-Fi in all rooms
24/7 on-call staff
Beds: twin extra long 36" × 80"
Size: 129–275 ft2, varies by room type
Academic Support in Unthank Hall
Faculty fellows are part of your hall community. They have informal interactions with students that can include giving advice, helping with homework, and mentoring students in their hall.
David McCormick, professor of biology and director of the Institute of Neuroscience is one of the faculty fellows in Unthank Hall.
Lanch McCormick, Unthank Hall faculty fellow, is the director of student engagement for the Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement. She dedicates her time to supporting students and their involvement in developing new knowledge and creative works across all disciplines.
Unthank Hall is home to two new Academic Residential Communities (ARCs) and two new Residential Communities. Vibrant communal space on the mezzanine level is designed to support residential student academic and social success. This space serves a variety of needs, including study spaces, ARC teaching and social spaces, and faculty offices. Unthank Hall provides an environment dedicated to blending the living and learning experience.
Women in Science and Math ARC
Sustainable Cities and the Public Good ARC
Industry, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation Community
Science, Sustainability, and Health Community
Flight Path Advisors
University Housing has partnered with the College of Arts and Sciences and Tykeson College and Career Advising to host Flight-Path-specific academic and career advisors within the residence halls. These folks can provide both academic and career advising, and help students explore interests while making the most out of their experiences on campus.
About Flight Paths
To help students navigate all of their options, the UO organized majors into six thematic categories based on academic and career interests. These groupings are called Flight Paths, and will serve as a framework for you to explore subjects and eventually choose a career path and major. Learn more.
Assistant Director for College and Career Advising—Industry, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation Flight Path
Assistant Director for College and Career Advising—Global Connections and Scientific Discovery and Sustainability Flight Paths
Academic and Career Advisor—Scientific Discovery and Sustainability Flight Path
Academic and Career Advisor—Healthy Communities Flight Path
Assistant Director for College and Career Advising—Healthy Communities Flight Path
Academic and Career Programming Coordinator for College and Career Advising—Industry, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation Flight Path
The PNW Public Market is a wonderful mix of delicious, local, and chef-driven food venues on the ground floor. It provides campus with nine distinct dining venues with a mix of dine-in and take-out food options.
The Duck’s House is a public restaurant that celebrates the traditions, spirit, and energy of UO sports—honoring past UO athletic traditions and building new ones.
The first floor is home to the university’s prospective student welcome center, designed to showcase the very best the University of Oregon has to offer its incoming Ducks. This center has display spaces, model residence hall rooms, meeting spaces, and a large presentation room. It is also headquarters for tour guides and a starting point for campus tours.
Unthank Hall Location
1451 Agate Street
Eugene, Oregon, 97403
Student’s full name
63### or 64###
1710 East 15th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97403-2271
Located in Global Scholars Hall. Go here for mail and packages and a key if you’re locked out.
Construction in the Neighborhood
There will be construction noise and vehicle traffic at the new residence halls construction site for phase two of the Hamilton Walton Transformation Project.
Contractors have been asked to be mindful of student schedules and noise levels.