Portland offers an affordable, central mix of off-campus housing options. Refer to the resources below:
- Portland Bridges: A neighborhood guide/blog
- Portland Neighborhoods.com
- Moving to Portland: A real estate guide
- University Point at College Station
- College Housing Northwest
- MW8 Apartments: Furnished Student Apartments
- 38 Davis
Residences for Online-Program Students
Four on-site learning experiences take place for online students in Portland, Oregon, in order to unlock the city's sports and outdoor industry. These three-day events take place on Friday through Sunday immediately before a term and include company visits, networking events with the industry, panel discussions, development workshops, and time with your professors.
What's it Like to be a Duck?
Speak to a Student Ambassador
One of the best ways to learn about the University of Oregon community is to talk with current students. Our volunteer student ambassadors are current students focused on earning their degree and giving back to the community. They are available to answer questions you may have about their degree programs, chosen specializations, student clubs, moving to the area, life on campus, experiential learning, the Duck network, and much more. We invite you to reach out to an ambassador today by reviewing their profile and sending them a message.