Everything You Need
Centrally located, the EMU provides everything you might need between classes. It's designed to complement the college life; food, money, printing, student groups, event tickets, a wellness center, and comfy chairs galore.
For after-hours service or questions about the EMU, please call guest services.
Scheduling and Event Services
UO Scheduling and Event Services facilitates planning and support for non-academic use of university facilities and out-of-door space on campus. We provide services and equipment for a wide variety of cultural, educational, and recreational activities, enabling campus and community organizations to produce successful events.
Your UO ID card can be used as a debit card for purchases on campus simply by depositing funds your Duck Bucks account. You can use Duck Bucks to purchase food, craft center materials, and more. Printing and copying services in computer labs and libraries can only be paid for with Duck Bucks. Find out how to deposit funds and other FAQs below.
As a sales outlet for Ticketmaster, TicketsWest, the Hult Center, and a number of local venues, the Ticket Office provides access to several thousand events a year throughout Oregon, Washington, and California. Other services include: digital passport and ID photos, Duck Bucks deposit site, LTD bus passes and monthly passes, fax sending services, yearly key checkout for EMU student offices, and event cashier for student groups presenting fundraising events and activities on campus.
Moss Street Children's Center
The Moss Street Children's Center provides high-quality developmental child care services to UO students, faculty, and staff. Our mission is to support UO student parents by providing care for their children while they attend classes while also providing employment opportunities and training in child care to student staff.
Child Care Subsidy
Child Care Subsidy, an incidental fee funded program, reimburses a percentage of child care expenses paid for lower-income student parents. The goal of the program is to ease the financial pressure of paying child care expenses while also paying college tuition.
Campus Copy Center
Established in 1889, Printing and Mailing Services supports the educational objectives of the University of Oregon through information dissemination in teaching, research, and public service. Black and white prints, color prints, copying, bindings, scanning, folding, laminating, paper sales, and more. We have a large variety of paper sizes, stocks, and colors available.
The EMU Computing Lab is managed by the UO Libraries and is open to current UO students, faculty, and staff. Users must log in using their Duck ID in order to use the lab computers.
Find more information about printing and scanning on the UO Libraries website. Users can also configure a laptop to print to the lab printers.
Emerald Media Group
The Oregon Daily Emerald is the UO's independent student newspaper that serves as a forum for news and opinion, and as a student voice for the entire university community. All editors and reporters are students. They also strive to train UO students in every aspect of newspaper publication.
ASUO Office of Student Advocacy
The ASUO Office of Student Advocacy provides advice and assistance at no charge to incidental fee paying students having problems related to their University of Oregon experience, including student conduct code assistance, help with petitions and grievances, and advocacy on behalf of students’ rights within the university’s administrative framework.
Student Life IT Support
Student Life IT (SAIT) is committed to providing reliable and innovative information technology solutions and customer service while maximizing security, sustainability, and efficiency in order to meet the needs of staff, faculty, and students in support of Division of Student Life strategic goals.
Duck Nest Wellness Center
Drop by the Duck Nest for a quiet break between classes, attend our free workshops, or join us when therapy dogs visit. Peer Wellness Advocates are available to help you cultivate positive habits and healthy coping strategies for college life and beyond.