COVID updates, campus safety, The College Tour and more.
COVID updates, campus safety, The College Tour and more.
Quick Quack
Thursday, February 17, 2022
  • All students must receive a booster when eligible or request an exemption in compliance with the COVID-19 booster requirement by Friday, March 18.
  • Make sure to upload updated vaccination information under the "Immunizations" tab on myUOHealth.
  • Masks are still required in all indoor spaces on campus. The statewide indoor mask requirement may lift by March 31, but there is no change in the UO mask policy at this time.
  • If you've been exposed to COVID-19, have symptoms or tested positive, check out the UO's new interactive guide to help with next steps.
  • The UO works hard to keep our Ducks safe. Check out the Student Life Safety page to learn about UO alerts, campus travel services and other safety procedures.
  • The pass/no pass grading option has been extended for winter term 2022 and spring law semester 2022. The deadline for students to change winter course grading options is now March 13.
  • President Schill held a public forum on tuition and fees earlier this week. Students can still submit tuition forum input until tomorrow, Feb. 18, at 5:00 p.m.
  • The UO and 19 Ducks are featured on a new episode of The College Tour! Stream the full episode now on YouTube before it premieres on Amazon Prime Video.
  • It's time to start thinking about finals. Meet with a Peer Academic Coach to best prepare and create an effective study plan. 
  • Grab a slice and chat with peers at the Pizza and Politics non-partisan conversation space Tuesday, Feb. 22, 5:00–6:30 p.m. at Bartolotti's Pizza and Bistro in the EMU.
  • Get tips for academic success at the day-long Get Savvy Workshop Series Wednesday, Feb. 23, in the Knight Library Dream Lab. Workshops can also be accessed via Zoom.
  • Learn how to find nutritious food and make the most of your meal plan at the Eating Far From Home workshop Wednesday, Feb. 23, 4:00–5:00 p.m. in the EMU, Room 011.
  • Learn new recipes, discuss food security and more at the Duck Nest's virtual cooking class Thursday, Feb. 24, at 6:30 p.m. on Zoom. Registration deadline is tomorrow, Feb. 18.
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