UO Conference Services offers a variety of quality accommodations for all types of events. Whether you're looking to book an educational event, youth program, or convention—UO Conference Services has overnight accommodations and meal plans to meet your needs, all on a beautiful university campus.

UO Conference Services offers multiple levels of accommodations for groups during the summer months (middle of June through middle of September).

Room Type Room with Three Meals Per Day and Linens Room with Three Meals Per Day, Linen and Daily Towel Service

Youth Standard Double Occupancy

$55 $59

Campus Standard Double Occupancy

  $59

Campus Standard Single Occupancy

  $71

Enhanced Double Occupancy (Living-Learning Center and Global Scholars Hall)

  $64

Enhanced Single Occupancy (Living-Learning Center and Global Scholars Hall)

  $77

Double Occupancy of Suits with Semi Private or Private Bathroom (Barnhart and Global Scholars Hall)

  $71

Single Occupancy with Private Bathroom (Barnhart and Global Scholars Hall)

  $84

Services include:

  • three meals per day—dinner on day of arrival through lunch on day of departure
  • daily towel service
  • beds made upon arrival with linens changed for stays exceeding one week
  • exclusive use of the hall(s) your group occupies, including the lounge

Conference staff is available for assistance 24 hours per day. Room-only rates are available upon request and are not available for youth programs.

Length of Stay Discount

1–2 Nights

0%

3–4 Nights

3%

5–7 Nights

5%

8+ Nights

10%

Meal Service (for non-package participants)
Meal hours are subject to change. Please check with a UO Conference Services staff member for the exact hours during your stay.

Meal Typical Hours Cost (per person, per day)

Breakfast

7:00–9:30 a.m. $9.95

Lunch

11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. $10.25

Dinner

5:00–7:30 p.m. $11.25

Full Package

(3 meals per day) $31.45

Room and board rates shown are per person estimates for the summer months and do include a meal plan. Rates are subject to approval and change by the University of Oregon.