Campus

Our 295-acre campus is home away from home for students and faculty. It's where they study, teach, relax, play and eat. It's also an arboretum with more than 3,000 trees, and the site of some 80 buildings, from historic Deady Hall to the state-of-the-art Lewis Integrative Science Building.

Black History Month logo.
The University of Oregon is celebrating Black History Month in February with a variety of events, including lectures, films, music, and art. For a complete listing of events, visit the Office of the Dean of Students. Events of note: Tuesday, Feb. 11: "Race & Football: Humanities Context for Contemporary Understanding," 7 p.m., John E. Jaqua Center for Student Athletes.
A sampling of Race Cards collected at Oregon.
NPR Special Correspondent Michele Norris is gone, but the Race Card Project lives on at the University of Oregon.
Umbrellas and rain coats were in order this morning on 13th Street on campus.
The remnants of a monsoon-like storm that drenched the Northwest over the weekend greeted students on the first day of fall term at the University of Oregon, but a little rain is no bother to true Ducks.
The sidewalk along East 15th Avenue was a busy spot Thursday morning.
More than 3,000 students were moving into residence halls Thursday under cool, sunny skies for Move-In Day 2013, and about 4,000 total are expected to be living on campus this fall.
An Ambassador leads visitors across the Memorial Quad.
They're easy to spot on the University of Oregon campus in their green polo shirts, leading a group of visitors and talking about campus landmarks and programs. And often, walking backwards.
Rafael Arroyo on top of the Outdoor Program Barn.
Rafael Arroyo graduated in June from the University of Oregon with a bachelor’s degree in Art. Along the way, he became something of an expert in project management and solar energy technology.
Unpack the Quack volunteers will help new students get settled quickly.
Move-In Day 2013, set for Sept. 26, is just around the corner. Here's what incoming freshmen need to know: 
Waste reduction efforts at Oregon Athletics are recognized nationally
A new report about sustainability efforts in collegiate athletics includes the University of Oregon in its list of top programs. 
An array of rainbow balloons.
The University of Oregon has been named one of America's Top 25 LGBT-Friendly Colleges and Universities by Campus Pride in collaboration with the Huffington Post.
Logan Ems looks over FIG offerings at IntroDUCKtion.
IntroDUCKtion, the University of Oregon's summer orientation program for new students and their families, has wrapped up another successful season.