Prep for finals, move-out checklist and more.
Thursday, June 02, 2022
Graduating seniors are encouraged to
donate gowns after commencement
for Ducks to use next year! Drop off will be at the Student Sustainability Center.
The application deadline for
spring 2023 study abroad exchange programs
has been extended to June 15. Apply now!
Finals are just around the corner! Here's a list of some of the
best study spots
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'
for coping strategies, life-balance techniques and other wellness resources.
RESIDENCE HALL MOVE-OUT
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
As you pack up, consider
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
. 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
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
There are local companies like
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).
In 1981, UO biologist George Streisinger was the first person to clone a vertebrate, the zebra fish.
PIC OF THE WEEK
The University of Oregon is an equal-opportunity, affimative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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