University of Oregon Dorms
Living at University of Oregon defines the experience. University of Oregon dorms serve as a centerpiece in the on-campus social scene, and they are where you will form deep friendships and create lasting memories. But housing at University of Oregon can be overwhelming - there are so many dorms to evaluate, how could you know which one is best? You can live on campus, or you can live in and around Los Angeles. Finding the right University of Oregon housing option for you can make or break a year at University of Oregon. That’s why our videos go deep into as many dorm options as possible at University of Oregon. We take you into singles, doubles, different dorms and residence halls, and even record student interviews about their favorite parts of living at University of Oregon.
What are the dorms like at University of Oregon?
You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, University of Oregon dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, double, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. CampusReel hosts dorm tours of University of Oregon, and every one is different. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make University of Oregon feel like home!
What are the dimensions of University of Oregon dorm rooms?
The University of Oregon dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of University of Oregon on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and University of Oregon likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.
What are University of Oregon’s best housing options?
The best housing option at University of Oregon depends on your living preference. For example, many colleges provide living options for sober living, leadership opportunities, cultural preferences and more. The right dorm at University of Oregon for you depends on what you are looking for in your housing experience. Below is a list of all housing options at University of Oregon that CampusReel currently hosts content for:
- Lillis Complex Dorm at University of Oregon
- Global Scholars Hall Dorm at University of Oregon
- Willamette Hall Dorm at University of Oregon
- Lokey Science Complex Dorm at University of Oregon
- Allan Price Science Commons and Research Library Dorm at University of Oregon
- Matthew Knight Arena Dorm at University of Oregon
- McKenzie Hall Dorm at University of Oregon
- Villard Hall Dorm at University of Oregon
- Hamilton Complex Dorm at University of Oregon
- Kalapuya Ilihi Dorm at University of Oregon
- Autzen Stadium Dorm at University of Oregon
- Carson Hall Dorm at University of Oregon
- Ford Alumni Center Dorm at University of Oregon
- Knight Library Dorm at University of Oregon
- 710 East 15th Alley Dorm at University of Oregon
- Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Dorm at University of Oregon
- Hamilton Hall Dorm at University of Oregon
- Deady Hall Dorm at University of Oregon
- Straub Hall Dorm at University of Oregon
- University of Oregon Dorm at University of Oregon
- University of Oregon Dorm at University of Oregon
- Hayward Field Dorm at University of Oregon
- Riverfront Field Dorm at University of Oregon
- UO Student Recreation Center Dorm at University of Oregon
- John E. Jaqua Center for Student Athletes Dorm at University of Oregon
- 899 E 13th Ave Dorm at University of Oregon
How much do University of Oregon dorms cost?
The cost of University of Oregon dorms is $15,769 , but depends on a number of factors, such as financial aid, scholarships, and the housing option you select.
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So this is the view from my dorm, and the weather outside right now is a little overcast and cloudy. So I'm from Northern California, and I've been spoiled with weather for the last eighteen years of my life. But being here has been a nice change. I promise it does not rain as much as they say it does. We've had a few random days in the middle of January and February where it's been Hi, sixties and Sunny. And then, of course, we have a few days of rain. I would say on average, it's like mid fifties and cloudy, which I really don't mind. I mean, just throwing a sweatshirt, and that's really all you need most days. So this is my first year. We're just starting out in spring term. So I've heard from other students that spring term is the best come May in June. It's absolutely beautiful outside and everybody's outside playing volleyball in the middle of the quad or just hanging out. Or I brought my hammock up this term, so hopefully I don't know if you said a sound. Your room? Of course. So, first off, right when you walk into the door, you got your closet right here. Pretty big closet space. Then you got three pretty big sized yours where you can put whatever I use this one for storage for, like, all the stuff that I do laundry with and then moving over towards here. This is the month as we have. My bed's the bottom bug. Kind of messy, but it's all right underneath that. We got more storage for clothing and whatever you might need to leave under there. And then after that, uh, we're just best space for you to do all your homework in whatever you need Every gene ever. You got cereal sausage from spices? Treats. Course, they're all a bunch of Japs order cookies. Ducks, turkey crackers. More sex? Yeah, of course. Come on. There's also a bunch of root. Here. Plums. Bunch of milk. Yours, and then that thing over there in order to do that and distant right here. Is usually open. And there's there's also a place called big mouth creatures like to pull away, just obviously not as good. And then there's firing spice. Different spices you just got through make it's up close. They're fried. Stir fry it up. And then there's common grounds, which is a coffee place, and it's open until, like midnight. Usually there's there's some good food there, too. So you go in general has like really, really beating and food compared to like most college food, I think. Room and it's pretty healthy. I'm vegetarian and I find stuff. Tio. I know people who begin like it's very, very. They get school, go Teo, if you're like, have diarist Kitchen's because a lot of people in order and that kind of into, like, vegetarian lifestyle. All right. This is one of the best parts of you. Hamilton cookies. They're no joke. They're the real deal there. Really? Good. Do you love me? Oh, my God. Under. Oh, they're using cheeses, yogurts. Like everything, No. I struggle, is it? It is quite surprise chips and artistic. Burrito radio check. Yes, but what's going on? Hold your breath. What's up, everybody? My name's Nico and this University of Oregon. All right, guys. So that was short film showing my campus. How beautiful place that is so little bit about me. I'm a junior here at University of Oregon campus in the fraternity, and I'm the tech manager for the women's lacrosse team. Make sure stay tuned campus riel So you can see a lot more to come from the University of Oregon. It's a beautiful place. So this isn't Museo. I've never been inside. Put over here. In the new hall. What's it called? Color. Fallujah, Fallujah. What? Or something like that? And that's going to start really doing food. It's really pretty over here. This is the law library. It's very pretty inside too. People I love trees. All right. Let's see what it's called. Call it color. Take one. Hi, guys. A roommate. Olivia. Olivia, can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Um, well, she said, I'm Olivia. I'm a freshman here. It oer again. I'm from Danville Oxen Bay Area in California. And I chose University of Oregon because it was fun of campus and I came to visit, and I'm an undeclared major, so I didn't know what I wanted to do anyway. And I knew Organ had a lot to offer. Now that I've been here and experience some of the classes, I've decided that I'm probably going to dio journalism and do public relations through that. Hi, guys. This is my friend Ellie. She lives right next door to us in the dorm, so she's gonna tell us a little bit about herself. Hey, guys, I'm Ellie. I'm from Oregon City, which is kind of by the Portland area. I'm Morgan's roommate. She lives right over there. The best part about living in the dorms is I can just knock on the wall and then she'll knock back. Game we play. My major is journalism. I don't know what I'm gonna do with it yet, but story. I don't know what else to say. Okay, Campus. Really? This is all we have. For now. Ellie and I are about to watch a movie. Actually, we're gonna watch Animal House. We haven't watched it and is based off of the University of Organs. Greek life, which I heard is wildly inaccurate. I'm in Greek life and everything happens in there Does not happen here. But this has been so much fun. And thank you for coming along. What Throughout the University of Oregon SCO dogs. And welcome to my college dorm room. So this is the closet. It's pretty small, but it does have a coat rack and a couple of drawers down below that he can store pretty small items in. Up above is where I keep my snacks, trash bags and other toiletries that extra. This is my dad's working my computer and do my homework As you can see my makeups in the corner, I'LL execute some pictures up to remind me of cold when I'm getting lonely. This is my bed as I love penguins. Um, and this is the window, the back window facing Matthew Knight Arena What you can see right over there under my bed. I have my dresser, which is where I keep my nightly toiletries, some extra snacks and has two large sized drawers, and I keep my shoes down here as well. Now we're going to go ahead and head to the bathrooms, which, if the first one right to your left here is busy, is kind of a walk to the next one, and being you all have