For public safety assistance in the residence hall, classrooms, and across campus.
For immediate assistance from police, fire department, or ambulance.
The Bias Response Team communicates and meets regularly to respond to bias incidents.
The ASCC provides low-income students experiencing food insecurity with resources and programs.
Healthcare Services provides referrals and a list of providers in Central Oregon.
If you decide to make a formal report regarding an incident.
The Office of Advocacy supports students in conflict within the university, including formal processes.
Student care works with students who experience unexpected life events, personal crises and/or mental health struggles.
SCCS upholds the expectations of student behavior by responding to reports of student behavior that disrupts the on and off-campus learning-living environment.
Student Wellness provides you with the opportunity to work one-on-one with a counselor.
For confidential support for students who have experienced rape, assault, stalking, or domestic violence.
Click on the heading below to find resources for renting, transitional housing and help tonight:
Affordable housing in Bend is typically restricted to 80% of Area Median Income for home ownership, and 60% of Area Median Income for rentals. This is because most funding sources are limited to these incomes. However, some properties are able to serve higher incomes—it’s always worth checking the list maintained by our Regional Housing Authority.
Median income varies based on your family size. Median income for a family of four in Bend in 2018 is 69,600.
NeighborImpact Family Shelter & Transitional Housing (541) 385-0301
Grandma’s House (541) 383-3515
Cascade Youth and Family Center (800) 660-0934