ASUO Office of Student Advocacy (OSA)

Phone: 541.346.3722     |     |    EMU, Room 337

OSA helps University of Oregon incidental fee paying students resolve difficulties that arise related to their university experience. OSA also provides advocacy on behalf of students’ rights within the university’s administrative framework.

Student Conduct Code Assistance
OSA provides legal advice and assistance to students charged with student conduct code violations. We inform students of their rights and help students obtain incident reports. At times we are able to assist in administrative conferences and help with appeals. We also discuss alternative resolutions and sanctions.
Informal and Formal Resolution of Complaints and Grievances
OSA helps students resolve their problems with the university by clarifying issues, identifying available resources and avenues for resolution, and assisting in preparation of grievances and petitions.
Policy Related Advocacy
OSA advocates for students’ interests with the university administration. We review policy and fee changes and participate on university committees that impact students.

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