Winter break safety tips, study abroad scholarships and more.
Winter break safety tips, study abroad scholarships and more.
Quick Quack
Thursday, December 09, 2021
  • The COVID-19 self-test program will reduce hours starting tomorrow, Dec. 10. The program will go on break Dec. 20 and return Jan. 3. For current hours, visit University Health Services.
  • Keep track of vaccination rates, reported cases, safety requirements and free testing on campus through the UO's COVID-19 Safety Resources page. 
  • Live near campus and leaving for the holiday break? Register your residence for free with UOPD's Vacation Watch program.
  • Continue COVID-19 precautions over break to help ensure a safe and healthy winter term. Check travel restrictions, wear masks indoors and monitor your symptoms.
  • Make a note of UO winter break campus closures or reduced hours to keep your holiday planning and activities on schedule.
  • Stay alert to phishing emails over winter break. Cyberattacks increase during transitions in the academic year.

Discover helpful resources, services and staff across campus through One Stop, the UO's revamped student resource website.
  • Attend the performance of Charles Dickens' Classic, A Christmas Carol, Friday–Saturday, Dec. 10–11, 7:30 p.m. at the Robinson Theatre. Free UO student tickets at the door.
  • Spunj will throw a Saturday Night Live themed New Year's Eve Party Friday, Dec. 31, 9:00 p.m. in WOW Hall. Tickets are available at the UO Ticket Office in the EMU.
  • Grab a snack and play card games with peers at the Game Night event Monday, Jan. 3, 6:00–7:00 p.m. in the EMU Crater Lake rooms.
Have a great break! Quick Quack will return with another newsletter Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022.
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