ASUO Contracted Services and Service Providers
The ASUO and Athletic Department have an interdepartmental agreement that allows students to attend any Oregon Duck athletic event for free. The University of Oregon is one of the only large Division I schools to offer free tickets to all students. The only two sporting events that students need to sign on to get tickets for are football and Men's basketball via goducks.com. For the remaining events, students just need to show their student ID card to enter.
The Co-op Family Center provides affordable, high-quality, early childhood education for children (eight weeks through fifth grade) of UO student families, UO faculty and staff, and the local community. Our community is a cooperative effort between families and center staff to raise happy, healthy, and socially confident children. The Co-op Family Center is located within Spencer View Student Housing.
Lane Transit District (LTD) aims to provide reliable public transportation services for those who have limited transportation options, therefore reducing the community's dependence on cars. Students with a UO ID present may ride LTD transit for free.
Currently enrolled, Incidental-Fee-paying UO students are eligible to access legal advice and consultation. Students who were enrolled and paid Incidental Fees fall, winter, and spring terms and are pre-registered and expected to pay the Incidental Fee for the upcoming fall term, are eligible for services during the summer term even if they are not registered for summer classes.
Three staff attorneys are available for advice and consultation. Consultations are by appointment only. ASUO Legal Services attorneys do not provide legal advice by phone. When you call for an appointment, you will be scheduled to meet with a lawyer who handles the kind of problem you're having.
All attorneys are bound by professional ethics including confidentiality. An attorney must keep the confidences and secrets of the client. So must any person who works with an attorney on a case. Information about you or your case will not be released to any third party without your written authorization under any circumstances. You should feel free to discuss your problem openly and candidly.
The attorney will represent each client's interest zealously within ethical guidelines, and will exercise independent professional judgment in determining the merits of each case.
You may obtain legal services independent of the ASUO Student Legal Services Program from any attorney of your choosing at your own expense.
The Office of Student Advocacy (OSA) provides advice and assistance to Incidental-Fee-paying students who are having problems with the University of Oregon. We help students with just about any concern that is related to their university experience with the aim of helping students achieve their educational goals and objectives. For example, we advise and assist students charged with student conduct code violations and help students prepare grievances and petitions to resolve academic and other concerns. OSA also provides generalized advocacy on behalf of students' rights within the university's administrative framework.
OSA attorneys and staff maintain strict confidentiality. OSA will not release any information about a student's case without prior authorization from the student.
No student is required to use the services of the Office of Student Advocacy. Students may, at all times, obtain assistance from an attorney or other person of their choice at their own expense.
Constraints: OSA will not assist a student in a grievance or complaint against another student, ASUO program, or ASUO executive member. OSA adheres to the Oregon State Bar's ethics rules governing conflicts between parties. OSA advisors and attorneys can advise and assist students in preparing grievances, petitions, and other materials, however, all matters must be submitted by the student, and not OSA staff. OSA attorneys are prohibited from representing students in litigation involving the ASUO, or in any claim against any officer, agent, or employee of the ASUO, the university, or any other department or agency of the State of Oregon, or any officer, agent or employee thereof.
Emerald Media Group is the award-winning, student-run independent daily campus newspaper at the University of Oregon. Founded in 1899, the Emerald's newspaper is published twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays and distributed throughout campus and the surrounding community. The Emerald newsroom also publishes breaking news and exclusive content everyday online at dailyemerald.com and its Emerald Mobile app.
Any student enrolled at the university is eligible to work for the paper in the newsroom, advertising, production, distribution, and online departments. Our mission is to train University of Oregon students in all aspects of journalism while serving as the primary source of news and information for campus.
OSPIRG is a statewide, student-directed and student-funded non-profit that works on issues that effect all Oregonians. OSPIRG has been on the campus of the University of Oregon since 1971 when students worked together to bring about a new way of addressing important political issues. The organization is guided by the idea that there are more problems than we should tolerate and more solutions than we implement. OSPIRG is effective because we teach students the skills they need to get their voices heard on campus and in Salem and Washington D.C. where political decisions are made. Get involved to gain skills and learn more about grassroots organizing, lobbying, and media relations.
The Oregon Student Association (OSA) is a statewide, student-led advocacy and organizing non-profit which was established in 1975 to represent, serve, and protect the collective interests of students in postsecondary education in Oregon. Between lobbying in Salem, holding rallies on campus, or helping collect the support of your organization on campus, there are many ways you can get involved in making higher education more accessible and affordable in Oregon. Students can also attend one of OSA's empowering student leadership conferences in the fall (the Oregon Students of Color Conference) and spring (Northwest Student Leadership Conference).
SASS is a non-profit organization providing outreach, advocacy and support to survivors of sexual violence and their partners, families, and friends throughout Eugene-Springfield and the rest of Lane County. All services are free and confidential (SASS is not a mandatory reporter). Se habla español.
24-Hour Crisis and Support Lines: 541-343-SASS (7277) or toll-free (in Oregon) 1-800-788-4727.
24-hour in-person advocacy provides peer counseling to survivors of assault, past and present, and information and referrals.
Monday night drop-in support group for female-identified survivors 18 years and older, 7:00–8:30 p.m.
Our empowerment-based, survivor-centered approach to ending sexual violence and the forms of oppression that allow it to exist, is presented in free volunteer trainings held three times each year.