UO's Urban Campus
Why not make a whole city your classroom? The Portland campus unites access to innovative spaces – like cutting edge laboratories and modern library amenities – with experiential learning opportunities, networking and internships throughout the region.
From cozy study nooks to flexible event spaces, students, alumni and guests to UO Portland’s White Stag Block and 109 NW Naito buildings will find places to learn and connect.
Our programs are hands-on, which means you get access to some of the latest technology in your chosen field. Our maker spaces and labs are designed with innovation in mind. What will you create?
The Portland branch of the University of Oregon Libraries provides support and resources to students and faculty through print and digital collections, study spaces, and access to equipment such as microphones, headphones and cameras.
Located on the waterfront in Old Town, the University of Oregon Portland programs are housed in the White Stag Block and 109 NW Naito buildings. From public transportation to biking to parking, let us help you get here.
Eugene may be two hours away, but you can still find school spirit with a trip to the Duck Store in the White Stag Block. Grab a T-shirt, school supplies, coffee and snacks. The Duck, himself, even stops by on occasion.
The Bickel Block, with its iconic cast iron pillars, opened in 1883 in what is now the Old Town neighborhood of Portland. Many changes have been made over the years to the three buildings that make up the White Stag Block. The most recent renovation became the home of UO Portland in 2008. Take a moment to jump back in time.