Resources

Student Resources

Confidential Reporting Options

  • Crisis Intervention and Sexual Violence Support Services, 541-346-3216, provide students with confidential support, including but not limited to, academic interim support, referral to on and off campus counseling services, health services, legal advocacy, assistance filing criminal reports, housing and transportation interim support, financial aid assistance, immigration and visa assistance, help with employment concerns, and various other on- and off-campus needs. 
  • 24-hour information and support hotline, 541-346-SAFE (7233), provides the option of speaking with a counselor who can explain your options and connect you with resources. This service is free for students and is confidential, consistent with state and federal law.
  • University Counseling Center, 541-346-3227 (available 24 hours, after hours dial “1” to speak with a crisis line professional), provides crisis intervention, support, and assistance with integrated and coordinated services on the campus and in the greater community.
  • University Health Center, 541-346-2770 (after hours dial “1” for the 24-hour Nurse Advice Line), offers support, evaluation and treatment. During clinic hours, students can be seen by nurse practitioners who have been trained to care for victims of sexual assault and dating or domestic violence, as well as other crimes. Depending on the circumstances and wishes of the victim/survivor, medical services may include a physical exam, forensic evidence collection, emergency contraception, and antibiotics to treat a potential infection. There is no charge for this confidential appointment. After-hours callers will reach the 24-hour Nurse Advice line.
  • The Ombuds Program, 541-346-6400, provides a safe and confidential place to seek information and to discuss almost any type of concern. In addition, the Ombuds Program provides confidential, impartial, independent and informal conflict management assistance to the University of Oregon community and works with individuals and also with groups, including teams and departments. 
  • The Domestic Violence Clinic, 541-346-8555, provides comprehensive civil legal services to low-income victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. 
  • Student Survivor Legal Services, 541-346-4666, provides confidential legal advice and services to UO students who have experienced sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking. Email: dvattorney@uoregon.edu.

Non-Confidential Resources

  • Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, 541-346-1140, for reporting or questions regarding student conduct and academic misconduct.
  • Office of Investigations and Civil Rights Compliance, 541-346-8136, for reporting or questions involving discrimination or prohibited harassment (including sexual harassment).
  • The Office of Student Advocacy, 541-346-3722, is a student-funded service that provides professional advice and assistance to students charged with student conduct code violations and helps students resolve their problems with the university by clarifying issues, provides generalized advocacy on behalf of students’ rights within the university’s administrative framework, identifying available resources and avenues for resolution, and assisting in preparation of grievances and petitions.
  • University of Oregon Police Department, 541-346-2919, is a full service police department, available 24/7 to provide assistance and service to students, employees and the campus community.

Employee Resources

A complete list of on- and off-campus resources for employees relating to crime prevention, reporting, and other services is available here

Included at this website are several confidential resources, including:

  • The Ombuds Program, 541-346-6400, provides a safe and confidential place to seek information and to discuss almost any type of concern. In addition, the Ombuds Program provides confidential, impartial, independent and informal conflict management assistance to the University of Oregon community and works with individuals and also with groups, including teams and departments. 
  • The Domestic Violence Clinic, 541-346-8555, provides comprehensive civil legal services to low-income victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. 
  • UO Employee Assistance Program Cascade Centers, provides a wide variety of employee resources, services and assistance, including confidential crisis counseling and legal counseling.

Safety Related Resources

Valuable safety resources are available on the UO's One Stop page, including:


Portland Resources

We encourage community members in Portland to check out the following Portland-specific resources:

  • Pacific Patrol Services provides 24/7 security escorts for all Portland-based staff and students. Call Pacific Patrol Services to request a security escort: 503-710-2084 (business hours), 503-710-8004 (after-hours), 503-595-3440 (dispatcher).
  • Portland Police Department's WomanStrength provides street safety tips and resources.