Historic Preservation

One of the many defining features of the University of Oregon's campus environment is its rich collection of historic buildings, landscapes, structures, and objects spanning its Deady Hall125+ year history. These historic resources are physical records of their time, place, and use. They represent the cultural heritage of the local community, the state, and the nation. When characteristic features of these historic resources are lost, their integrity and ability to tell the story of our past is destroyed and the defining character of the campus is diminished.

Campus Planning is committed to ballancing the needs of an evolving university while preserving and rehabilitating identified historic resources as required by federal, state, and city regulations while. Guidance for effective processes, outlooks, and actions throughout the development of the University of Oregon are paramount so that the university's unique heritage and a sense of cohesiveness is not inadvertently lost.

For more information about the UO historic preservation policies, see Policy 7 - Architectural Style and Historic Preservation in the Campus Plan 3rd Edition 2014.

Contact Information

For more information about historic preservation services, contact:
 
Eleini Tsivitzi
Planning Associate
eleni@uoregon.edu
541-346-5024