Visit the University of Oregon
The beautiful University of Oregon (UO) campus is between downtown Eugene and downtown Springfield, and easily accessible from Interstate 5. Visitors can stroll the leafy campus, explore the museums, shop at the bookstore and enjoy the college ambiance.
Campus tours are offered at the Ford Alumni Center, or download a mobile app and tour the UO's sports facilities, historic buildings, innovative learning centers and many museums independently. Founded in 1872, the school is now home to over 25 research centers and institutions, offering over 250 academic programs to more than 24,000 students.
University district hubs include E 13th Ave and Alder St on the west periphery of campus, the blocks adjacent the Matthew Knight Arena in the vicinity of Franklin Blvd, and in the Historic Hayward District along Agate St and E 18th.
Getting Around Campus
The UO main campus is 295 acres (119 ha), designed primarily for pedestrians and cyclists. Lane Transit District's bike-friendly buses and efficient EmX line, connects campus with an extensive network of destinations through-out Eugene - Springfield. UO students ride free! Visitor parking permits are available for purchase at the information kiosk on E 13th Ave and Agate St in front of Oregon Hall, or at Matthew Knight Arena.
Students and visitors may also enroll in the PeaceHealth Rides bike share program for short rides across campus or to downtown Eugene. Additional bike services are available for students on campus, including a bike repair work space, cycling classes and longer bike rental options.
Campus Visitor Resources
Hold Meetings & Events on Campus
Consider an academic or athletic backdrop for conferences, meetings and other special events! Travel Lane County can help identify available meeting space and make appropriate introductions to UO staff.