Prep for finals, move-out checklist and more.
Prep for finals, move-out checklist and more.
Quick Quack
Thursday, June 02, 2022
  • Finals are just around the corner! Here's a list of some of the best study spots on campus.
  • Stop by the Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center for academic support via tutoring, peer coaching, test prep workshops and exam strategies to increase success.
  • Finals week can be super stressful. Check out the UO Counseling Services' Self-Care Kit for coping strategies, life-balance techniques and other wellness resources. 
  • All students in residence halls must move out within 24 hours after their last final or by Friday, June 10, at 7:00 p.m., whichever occurs first. Sign up for a check-out time now.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • We expect move-out to be very busy. You can download the move-out map to help navigate through the crowd. Hand carts will also be available at your service center.
  • Tenants are responsible for proper removal of all personal belongings. Dumping furniture on sidewalks is a violation of Eugene City Code.
  • No Waste Eugene is willing to haul reusable items away at no charge. Unfortunately, large items like couches and mattresses are not accommodated.
  • Mattresses should either be given to a new owner or brought to the Glenwood Waste Transfer Station for recovery.
  • There are local companies like Junk Monkiez that will haul furniture and items for a fee.
  • You can donate other unwanted items to the Goodwill attended donation center, 2909 Portland Street (near the 29th and Willamette Market of Choice). 
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