Emergency Numbers and Harassment Issues


Information about on-campus and off-campus emergency and important numbers.

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, dial 911.

On-campus resources

UHS resources

Emergency and Important Numbers On-Campus

Department Service University dialing Off-campus dialing
Counseling Center All services 6-3227 541-346-6227
UO Police Department (UOPD) Emergency 911 911
UOPD Non-emergency 6-2919 541-346-2919
Emergency Management and Continuity Main line 6-8070 541-346-8070
Environmental Health and Safety Main line 6-3192 541-346-3192
UHS Main line 6-2770 541-346-2770

Emergency and Important Numbers Off-Campus

  • Teams Calling extensions: dial the number as written below.
  • Analog or IP phone: you must dial 9 to reach the outside line.
Note: If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, dial 911.
Non-emergency phone numbers
Department Service Phone number
Eugene Police Department (EPD) Non-emergency 541-682-5111
Springfield Police Department (SPD) Non-emergency 541-726-3714
Lane County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) Non-emergency 541-682-4150
Eugene/Springfield Fire Department Non-emergency 541-682-7100
Lane County Animal Services Main line 541-682-3645
Springfield Animal Services Main line 541-726-3634
Oregon Poison Center Main line 800-222-1222
Hazardous Materials Information Center Main line 800-467-4922

Harassment and threats through phone calls

Threatening, abusive, obscene, or anonymous telephone calls constitute telephone harassment.

  • If you receive such calls, you should hang up immediately.
  • You should not talk to the caller, or give out information about yourself, or let the caller know if you are alone in your office or dorm room.

Residence Hall students receiving harassing telephone calls should contact their Complex Director. The Complex Director will contact the UO Police Department.

All other users who receive harassing telephone calls should contact the UO Police Department at 541-346-2919. If you receive harassing voice mail, DO NOT erase it until instructed to do so by UOPD. The information contained in the message header may help identify the caller.

Placing harassing telephone calls violates UO guidelines and is a crime under federal and state laws. Persons placing such calls are subject to fines, imprisonment and/or University issued sanctions (including expulsion).


Article ID: 73468
Fri 3/8/19 4:10 PM
Thu 8/24/23 3:49 PM