Week of Welcome events lead up to the start of fall term
Week of Welcome events lead up to the start of fall term
Quick Quack
Thursday, September 22, 2022
  • Week of Welcome is here! On Sept. 22–26, the UO will host several activities and programs to introduce students to the campus community.
  • Take part in all that’s happening on and around campus. Check out Get Involved to discover ways you can stay active in the UO community. 
  • Discover business-affiliated clubs and organizations at the Lundquist Student Involvement Fair on Friday, Sept. 30, from noon–4:00 p.m. in the Lillis Atrium.
  • Registration is open for fall term Duck Corps service teams. Join a team to make a lasting impact on the Eugene-Springfield community.
  • Register your bike for free through Project 529. Law enforcement can help return your bike if it is stolen, even if it’s recovered in another city or state.
  • Duck Rides is the primary nighttime transportation service for students, staff and faculty at the UO. The service is free and peer-to-peer, with students driving students. It runs seven days a week, 6:00 p.m. to midnight. 
  • Always be alert when walking at night and try to stay in well-lit areas. The UO provides an online map to help students navigate by the best-lit route around campus.
  • Living off campus? Check out Your Neighbors and U for tips on getting along and staying safe in nearby neighborhoods.
  • Students experiencing an urgent mental health situation can contact Counseling Services at 541-346-3227. In a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1.
  • In non-emergency situations, contact the University of Oregon Police Department at 541‑346‑2919 or report a crime online.
  • Discover jobs and internships in Handshake by joining the career community of UO students and alumni.
  • Need career advice? Meet with a career coach to figure out what your next steps should be.
  • Visit the University Career Center in Tykeson Hall or check out their website to discover upcoming events and resources.
  • The Office of the Provost has updated the fall 2022 classroom-related policies and guidance including Course Attendance and Engagement, and the revised Incomplete policy.
  • Important registration dates are coming up for undergraduate, graduate, and non-degree-seeking students.
  • The deadline to enroll in the optional Student Health Insurance Plan is Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 5:00 p.m.
  • All students must meet the COVID-19 vaccination/exemption reporting requirement by Friday, Nov. 11, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. PST, as required by the university.
  • The UO is working to combat the monkeypox virus by staying informed and prepared. View the University Health Services website for updates.
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