During the school term, students and faculty will have access to a variety of resources to assist them in fulfilling their tasks. Click on a link below to view the resource's website.
The UO Libraries' Architecture and Allied Arts (A&AA) Division consists of the A&AA Library, the Visual Resources Collection, and the Portland Architecture Library. The collections of the Architecture and Allied Arts Library primarily support academic programs associated with the School of Architecture and Allied Arts. In addition to the library's 80,000 bound volumes, holdings include architectural drawings, photographs, electronic resources, and theses and terminal project reports. The Library holds about 2,700 periodical titles including approximately 450 current subscriptions. Complementing the A&AA Library collection are more than 22,000 art & architecture volumes in the Knight Library.
A&AA Technology Services
A&AA Technology Services is your home for technical assistance at the School of Architecture and Allied Arts.
The School of Architecture and Allied Arts Output Room is dedicated to providing high-end output services to the University community at affordable prices. The Output Room is located in 280 Lawrence Hall. Phone: (541) 346-2081. Full service output room is also operated in Portland at the White Stag Block facilities located on the 5th floor.
A&AA Studio Shop (Eugene Campus)
The University of Oregon’s School of Architecture and Allied Arts Studio Shop has been created to provide students with a wide variety of hand tools, power tools, machinery, professional supervision, and a safe working environment in which they can create high-quality projects while learning skills that further prepare them to excel in their chosen careers.
Materials Resource Center
The MRC provides students with the opportunity to inform their design decisions through hands-on experience with materials related to design and construction.
A&AA Technology Services staff maintain five computing labs that are open to all A&AA students.
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Visual Resource Collection
The Visual Resources Collection (VRC) of the Architecture and Allied Arts Library, organized in the 1940s to support the teaching needs of the art and architecture programs at the University of Oregon, serves programs and departments campus-wide.