Preparing for finals week and residence hall move-out
Preparing for finals week and residence hall move-out
Quick Quack
Thursday, June 08, 2023
  • Gain a new perspective with “Who Knew?,” an original musical created by and starring Lane County and UO student disability communities. Performances will be on Saturday, June 10, beginning at 7:30 p.m., and on Sunday, June 11, at 2:00 p.m., in the Hope Theatre, Miller Theatre Complex.
  • Stop by the Academic Success Hub, located in Living Learning Center North, Room 123, for academic support via tutoring, peer coaching, test prep workshops, and exam strategies.
  • Finals week can be super stressful. Check out the Counseling Services Self-Care Kit for coping strategies, life-balance techniques, and other wellness resources. 
  • All students in residence halls must move out of their rooms within 24 hours after their last final, or by 7:00 p.m. on Friday, June 16, whichever occurs first. Sign up for a check-out time now.
  • The UO Housing website offers students an extensive move-out checklist. Go over each item carefully to help ensure you don't receive an improper check-out fine.
  • As you pack up, consider donating items to members of our community who are in need. All residence halls will have donation bins in common areas.
  • Find all the information that you need to know about Commencement Day, happening on Tuesday, June 20.
  • We are proud to announce that the activist and attorney known for representing Indigenous tribes, Amy Cordalis, will be the speaker for the 2023 UO commencement.
  • Quack back on your courses and submit your student experience surveys to win up to $50 in Duck Bucks! Submissions are due by 6:00 a.m. on Monday, June 12. 
  • Grab some fuel for finals week at the Student Food Pantry today from 4:00–6:00 p.m.
  • Eating nutritious foods during finals week is essential. Reserve a ride to WinCo with the Grocery Shuttle on Tuesday, June 13, 4:00–5:30 p.m., meeting in the EMU Amphitheater. 
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Amy Cordalis, the 2023 commencement speaker, is the co-principal of the Ridges to Riffles Indigenous Conservation Group, a nonprofit representing Indigenous tribes, organizations, and people in natural and cultural resource matters.
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2023 Commencement speaker Amy Cordalis
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