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Business Resources Near University of Oregon

When your student heads to college, there’s a whole new community to explore. We help parents find the resources they need. From UO student housing to UO off-campus apartments, we will point you to the most student-friendly housing options in Eugene. Along with on- and off-campus housing, your student may need help finding a bank near UO, or a convenient Eugene healthcare provider. Last but not least, you’re sure to want to visit! Whether you’re looking for a place to stay for move-in, family weekend, graduation or any time in between, we can introduce you to the best hotels and restaurants near UO campus plus share ideas for activities to enjoy with your student or on your own.

UO Apartments & Housing

  • Hub On Campus
    Hub On Campus

    Hub On Campus is a brand new high-rise student community opening Fall 2015! With 16,000 SF of amenities and a prime location to University of Oregon, spaces are going to fill quickly!

  • Capri Apartments At Eugene
    Capri Apartments At Eugene

    Student and non-student housing complex

UO Automotive

UO Employment & Volunteer

UO Finance & Insurance

  • Allstate
    Allstate

    Allstate Insurance Company - we sell auto insurance, renters insurance, business insurance and life insurance. We have lots of payment options to fit your budget and we're easy to work with!

  • Pacific Cascade Federal Credit Union
    Pacific Cascade Federal Credit Union

    We are a full service financial institution offering financial products with an individual touch that our members have grown to love and expect.When you need a checking account, a Visa credit card, savings accounts, or loans for just about any reason, think Pacific Cascade first. Online and mobile banking make access to your accounts effortless and at a time that fits yours needs.Discover the Home Advantage -- Discover the Human Advantage

  • Oregon Community Credit Union
    Oregon Community Credit Union

    Our goal is to be your lifelong financial partner. We want to help you make healthy, long-term financial decisions.

UO Food & Drink

UO Health & Beauty

UO On Campus

  • Army ROTC
    Army ROTC

    Our mission is to Produce commissioned officers in the quality, quantity, and academic disciplines necessary to the Active Army and Guard/Reserve component requirements. Provide the premier leadership development training at the University of Oregon. Provide Military Science education to all interested University of Oregon students.

UO Other

  • Dex Media
    Dex Media
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    • 2200 W Airfield Dr |
    • Dallas, TX 75261 dexmedia.com/careers

  • Apex Careers
    Apex Careers
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    • 4400 Cox Road, Suite 200 |
    • Glen Allen, Virginia 23060 844-463-6178 corporater

  • Paycom
    Paycom
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    • college@paycomonline.com |

  • Ferguson PLC
    Ferguson PLC
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    • 12500 Jefferson Avenue |
    • Newport News, VA 23602 Elizabeth.mcleod@ferguson.com Jamie.hayn

  • Consolidated Electrical Distributors
    Consolidated Electrical Distributors
    • |
    • 1920 Westridge Dr, Irving, TX 75038 |
    • Careerinfo@ced.com

UO Services

UO Travel

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