Campus Services

The Finance and Administration portfolio includes a number of units that make up the Campus Services group, each of which provides discrete services to members of the campus community:

Print Services

April Nero

Print Services provides and procures digital and offset printing and bindery services to the university community. The department offers printing (black and white and full color processes), UO branded stationery, large format and promotional items, bindery and finishing, course packets, and bulk mail distributions. The team aims to provide high-quality products quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively.

Transportation Services

David Reesor

Transportation Services provides parking options and promotes transportation alternatives for faculty, staff, students and visitors at the University of Oregon.  The department is responsible for managing and maintaining approximately 4,000 spaces, and more than 50 surface lots and facilities. The department's mission is to provide equitable and quality services within the scope of available resources.  Its goal is to develop and improve transportation demand management by: improving accessibility and mobility throughout a changing and complex university environment; enhancing interaction with the community; utilizing sustainable principles in meeting transportation demands; and implementing and maintaining information and financial systems.

Vivian Olum Child Development Center

Tamara Clark
The Vivian Olum Child Development Center ("Olum") provides comprehensive high quality early childhood and school-age care and development for the children of university faculty and staff. Olum's care-giving philosophy is based on the belief that children learn and develop best when adults listen and respond constructively to their interests and choices. Children's self-direction is strongly encouraged with teachers closely observing the children, and facilitating their interaction with materials and peers.  Olum has seven classrooms, each serving a different age group, from infants as young as eight weeks to elementary school-aged children.