Experience the UO from your mobile device
Using the latest in mobile mapping technology, the UOregon app will route you around campus, helping you find classes, activities, and other special events. The app will even pin point the book you're looking for in Knight Library. Learn about features of the 295-acre campus, whether you're on campus or not, by taking the many campus tours, highlighting the route of the general tour, campus trees, historic buildings, artwork, and sustainability efforts. You'll also be able to stay up to date on University of Oregon news and events. Listen to the Oregon Marching Band play "Mighty Oregon" at the touch of a button.
UOregon was developed by students and staff in the InfoGraphics Lab in the UO Department of Geography in conjunction with UO Digital and Social Media Communications. Read more about the lab's mobile mapping projects.
The University of Oregon also has a mobile website, http://m.uoregon.edu. The mobile site is designed to provide a user friendly website for smart phones and features news, events, photos, a staff and student directory, a Google map, and the latest news on Duck athletics.