Email upgrades, student mentorships and helpful resources on campus.
Email upgrades, student mentorships and helpful resources on campus.
Quick Quack
Thursday, November 04, 2021
  • Police responded to an event early this morning that started with a fire alarm at the University of Oregon William Knight Law Center. The incident resulted in the arrest of a suspect. The campus has been secured and returned to normal operations. 
  • University Housing is hiring students for dining venues. Dining jobs are conveniently located on campus and provide flexible schedules and meal discounts. Log into your Handshake account and search UO Dining to apply. No previous work experience required.
  • 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 new student resource website.
  • Join a club. Explore over 300 student clubs, groups and organizations to find community and participate in things you're passionate about.
  • Find a tutor. The Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center provides tutoring, study tips, peer coaching and more to help you with your classes.
  • Upgrade your email to UOmail, the UO's mobile-friendly new email service. Students who don't upgrade now will automatically be transitioned to UOmail after January 2022.
  • The Black Cultural Center's Black Cinema Friday event will bring 20 students to watch Dune Friday, Nov. 12, at 6:30 p.m. at the Broadway Metro Theater. Apply now.
  • Students interested in health careers can apply for the student mentorship program through University Health Services. Application deadline is Friday, Nov. 12.
  • More than 5,400 new students completed the required Get Explicit programs dedicated to preventing sexual violence. Options will be offered to students who missed their sessions.
  • Free Peer Academic Coaching is available to students. Schedule regular meetings or one-time appointments for one-on-one learning support.
  • Two UO students have been selected to attend the exclusive virtual conversation with Michelle Obama on higher education and her memoir Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 10:00 a.m. Registration closes tomorrow, Nov. 5, at 11:59 p.m.
  • Go over healthy relationship behaviors, how to enforce boundaries and helpful resources for sexual trauma survivors at the Sexual Wellness workshop Tuesday, Nov. 9, at noon on Zoom.
  • Set up your dashboard and learn how to write compelling scholarship essays at the Finding and Obtaining Scholarships workshop Tuesday, Nov. 9, 3:00–4:00 p.m. on Zoom.
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