University of Oregon Health Center

The mission statement of the University Health Center is to prevent, modify and remove health-related barriers to students’ academic success and personal development. Additional roles for the University Health Center are to provide prevention, health promotion, and education services that enable students to take full advantage of their academic experience and to serve as the health and medical resource for the university community.


The fee to see a Physician or Nurse Practitioner is $15.

Students will be charged additional fees for laboratory tests, x-rays, prescriptions, immunizations, dental care, physical therapy, and other special services and supplies.

Information regarding billing can be found on the University of Oregon Health Center website here.


The University Health Center (UHC) provides a wide variety of medical and health care services for currently enrolled University of Oregon students including:
•    General/primary medical care
•    Pharmacy
•    Dental Clinic
•    Nutrition
•    Stress Management
•    Substance Abuse
•    Suicide Prevention
•    X-ray facility
As well as Sexual Health services including:
•    CCare
•    Breast and testicular exams
•    Latex and latex free barriers provided at no cost (male and female condoms, dental dams and finger cots)
•    Contraception
•    Emergency contraception
•    HIV testing
•    STI testing and treatment
•    Sexual assault support

Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 5 PM
Saturday: 10 AM- 2 PM

1590 E. 13th Ave.


HIV Alliance

HIV Alliance

HIV Alliance supports individuals living with HIV/AIDS and helps the community prevent new HIV infections. HIV Alliance provides support, advocacy, referral services and emergency financial assistance to people living with HIV/AIDS.

Services include free HIV testing.

Testing times:
Monday: 5-7 PM
Tuesday: 5-7 PM
Thursday: 6-8 PM
Friday: 1-5 PM

1966 Garden Ave,
Eugene OR 97403

Contact information:
Lisa Smith


Transition-Related Health Care

Access for Hormone and Surgical Treatment

Transgender students who are considering hormones and/or surgical aspects of transitioning can visit this informational website hosted by our Counseling and Testing Center.  The UCTC offers a range of services from initial appointments and consultation and referral to hormone therapy from our University Health Center.  Visit their site for specific details.

Student Health Insurance

Beginning Fall 2010, the student health insurance plans no longer exclude coverage of medical and surgical treatment for transgender students.  Coverage for medical and surgical treatment will be the same as coverage for any student medical needs and will be subject to the same plan maximums, copays, and 6 month pre-existing exclusion if the student has been uninsured for more than 63 days.

Click here for the link to the Aetna Clinical Policy Bulletin related to Sex Reassignment Surgery.

Students with questions can contact the Student Health Insurance Office at:
University Health Center
Corner of 13th & Agate
Room 246

University of Oregon Women's Center

The mission of the ASUO Women's Center is to advocate for the best educational and working environment for the women at the University of Oregon. We accomplish this by working toward societal change and the end of oppression and by supporting personal growth.

Open Monday - Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM
EMU, Suite 3 (On the first floor, across from the Craft Center)


Resource page:

Sexual Assault Support Services

Providing community education, outreach, advocacy and support to survivors of sexual violence and their families.

24 Hour Crisis/Support Lines:
1-800-788-4727 (within Oregon)
Monday-Friday: 9 AM - 4:00 PM

Office/Drop-In Center:
591 West 19th Avenue (corner of 19th & Jefferson)
Eugene, Oregon 97401

Business Line: 541-484-9791
Monday-Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Resource Page:

Women Space

Womenspace believes that each person has the right to lead a life free from violence and fear of abuse. All people have the desire and capacity to control their own lives. We seek to provide help and support to members of the community who are experiencing issues in domestic violence. Domestic violence can be emotional, physical, sexual or economic abuse. It is the most common and least reported crime in our country. If you or someone you know is facing domestic violence, click here to learn how we can help.

24 Hour Crisis Line:

800.281.2800 (toll free)

Services include:

•    Emergency Shelter
•    Support Groups
•    Transitional Programs
•    Community Education
•    Legal Advocacy
•    Rural Advocacy
•    Crisis & Support Center

Contact the Crisis & Support Center today by calling (541) 485-8232.

Crisis & Support Center Services include:
•    Referrals & Information
•    Peer Counseling
•    Support Groups
•    Restraining & Stalking Order Assistance
•    Legal Advocacy
•    Safety Planning