If you believe a student may be in crisis or experiencing serious mental health concerns, please consider contacting one of the resources below. You can call the Counseling Center at the UCTC if you are unsure and would like to discus the best course of action to take. If the situation is life threatening, please call 9-1-1 right away.
University of Oregon Police Department
Phone (emergencies): 911
Phone (non-emergencies): (541) 346-2919
Hours: Open 24 Hours a day
Services: Protection and Transportation; First contact if student is imminently suicidal or threatening harm to others.
University Counseling & Testing Center
Student Health, Counseling, & Testing Building, 2nd Floor
1590 E. 13th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403
General Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday 10:15am - 5:00 pm
Services: The Counseling Center provides confidential individual and group therapy services to UO students. If you would like to discuss support options or are unsure of how to handle a situation, please call to consult with a therapist at the Counseling Center.
Please note: the UCTC provides confidential psychological services to students, consistent with the parameters of state and federal laws. While many faculty, staff, and family consultations about students may be kept confidential, there are times when University policy or state/federal statutes require UCTC staff to disclose information to other university officials.
Office of the Dean of Students
164 Oregon Hall, Eugene, OR 97403
Services: The Office of the Dean of Students (DoS) offers a variety of resources, programming, and supports to UO students. If you believe a student is at risk of harm or experiencing serious mental health concerns, you can notify the DoS to mobilize university support services. To notify the DoS, you can call the number above or use the online report form. This office is also able to provide and coordinate support following student deaths or tragedies affecting the campus community. Whether you are a student, faculty/staff, or family, if you or a student close to you have experienced such a tragedy, the Dean of Students' office is a good place to start. Please call the Dean of Students’ Office to discuss how the university can help.