Study spots on campus, academic support, COVID-19 mask update and more.
Thursday, December 02, 2021
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) updated Oregon's mask requirement. Masks are no longer required outdoors, but the UO still requires masks in all indoor spaces such as classrooms and offices.
Hours for the COVID-19 self-test program will be reduced starting December 10. The program will go on a break for the weeks of December 20 and 27 and return January 3. For current hours visit University Health Services.
Keep track of vaccination rates, reported cases, safety requirements and free testing on campus through the UO's COVID-19 Safety Resources page.
Discover helpful resources, services and staff across campus through One Stop, the UO's revamped student resource website.
Get academic support. The Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center offers tutoring, peer coaching and test prep workshops to help you succeed in a variety of courses.
Check out UO Libraries for digital materials, study rooms, research support and more.
Finals are just around the corner! Here's a list of some of the best study spots on campus.
A major aspect of higher education is career readiness, and the UO has resources across campus to help prepare students for the workforce. Get tips and tricks for career development, job hunting, effective networking and more.
Students with UOmail can submit suspicious emails for review by using the new “Report Phish” button in Outlook starting Tuesday, Dec. 7.
Get involved and make a positive impact on the community through Duck Corps. Registration for winter term is open.
Save the date for the Holden Center's MLK Day of Service Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. Registration opens week 1 of winter term.
TALKS AND WORKSHOPS
Learn how to create long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships during the virtual Making Quality Connections seminar Tuesday, Dec. 7, 3:00–5:00 p.m.