Special Collections & University Archives

SCUA Hours

10am - 4pm
Fri 11/22
10am - 4pm
Sat 11/23
Sun 11/24
Mon 11/25
10am - 4pm
Tue 11/26
10am - 4pm
Wed 11/27
10am - 4pm

Knight Library, 2nd floor North, 15th & Kincaid Street, University of Oregon

Second floor by main entrance.

Stairs to SCUA

Stairs to SCUA

Paulson Reading Room

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Phone number: 541-346-3068

Mailing address:
UO Libraries--SCUA, 1299 University of Oregon, Eugene OR 97403-1299

We are closed Thursday (November 28th) and Friday (November 29th).

Artifacts and badges
Check out some of our newest collections to the repository highlighted in the Unbound Blog. This includes rare books, manuscripts, university archives, photographs, and films.
Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm
Special Collections and University Archives
Join us to celebrate the launch of the digital exhibition Red Thread.
Knight Library - Dream Lab
Samantha Irby portrait
Keynote address by Samantha Irby, comedian, blogger, and author of "Meaty" and "We Are Never Meeting in Real Life"
Knight Library - Knight Library Browsing Room (106)
Image with night sky and text that reads Tomorrow’s Scientists: Children’s Literature of the Cold War Era
University of Oregon Libraries and Eugene Public Library are pleased to announce a joint exhibition titled Tomorrow’s Scientists: Children’s Literature of the Cold War Era, now on display.
Special Collections and University Archives
Peg Lynch
An exhibition celebrating the life and legacy of a media pioneer
Knight Library
Curator Dr. Vera Keller discussing medieval music and manuscripts.
"Word Made Print: Reformation and the History of the Book" was an exhibit in the University of Oregon's Special Collections & University Archives that marked the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. This video provides an interpretive tour of the exhibit with curator Dr. Vera Keller, professor of history in the Robert C. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon.
Special Collections and University Archives
This project aims to research, document, and disseminate major portions of the university's hidden history by engaging students and faculty in the documentation process, developing a variety of resources for dissemination, and conducting outreach with alumni and students for donations of records, documents, and ephemera to add to the collection. Read more about the project on the blog and contact us if you're interested in participating or have items to donate.