The UO's incoming class for fall 2021 breaks records!
The UO's incoming class for fall 2021 breaks records!
Quick Quack
Thursday, September 30, 2021
  • The UO will continue to enforce safety regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus. This means masks are required in all buildings.
  • All students and employees subject to the vaccination requirement who are not fully vaccinated are required to undergo weekly COVID-19 testing through the Monitoring and Assessment Program (MAP).
  • The best way to prevent illness is to minimize exposure to the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention outline some general precautions to avoid respiratory diseases.
  • For more information about the UO's vaccination and safety requirements, check out our Vaccine FAQs page.
  • Further questions about in-person classes? Check out this detailed list on what to expect in the classroom this fall.
  • Starting this fall, students will no longer be able to use their student IDs to ride the bus. Learn how to get a bus pass with Transportation Services on the Umo Mobility app.
  • Lost your student ID? Here are some steps to take to replace it.
  • Beware of phishing texts and emails that offer fake jobs, research projects or demand urgent action. These are attempts to trick students into sharing sensitive information.
  • Now that you are using Duo two-step login, here are four Duo pro tips to optimize your experience. 
  • Get free food, prizes and Ducks Bucks at the many EMU giveaways Oct. 1–8.
  • Discover business clubs, organizations and more at the Lundquist Student Involvement Fair tomorrow, Oct. 1, noon–4:00 p.m. in the Lillis Atrium. All students are welcome.
  • Learn how to make the most out of your UO experience by joining the weekly Get2KnowUO challenges. The first challenge is Monday, Oct. 4. Winners earn prizes!
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Unthank Hall is named after the first African-American to graduate from the UO’s School of Architecture and Allied Arts, DeNorval Unthank Jr.
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