Preparing for finals and winter break
Preparing for finals and winter break
Quick Quack
Thursday, December 01, 2022
  • Boogie down at the First-Year Interest Group Hip Hop Jam tonight, 6:30–10:00 p.m. in the Global Scholars Hall Great Room. While you are there, don’t miss the Critical Art Show in the Global Scholars Hall lobby.
  • Join the AccessABILITY Student Union for coloring and hot beverages at the Dead Week Destress on Friday, Dec. 2, 5:00–7:00 p.m. in the EMU Multicultural Center.
  • The UO’s three student a capella groups present their Winter Showcase on Friday, Dec. 2, starting at 7:00 p.m. in the EMU Ballroom.
  • Discover helpful resources, services, and staff across campus through One Stop.
  • Get academic support. The Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center offers tutoring, peer coaching, and test prep workshops to help you succeed in various courses.
  • Check out UO Libraries for digital materials, study rooms, research support, and more.
  • Here’s a list of some of the best study spots on campus.
  • Five specific criteria must be met before a student can receive an incomplete. Review the criteria and process for requesting an incomplete. Approvals are not automatic; communicate with your instructor until the decision and incomplete contract, if approved, are finalized.
  • Know your finals schedule. Write down final project and exam deadlines to stay organized.
  • Time management is essential. Studying in 20- to 50-minute intervals will help you retain information while avoiding stress. Eat, sleep, and take breaks between studying to improve your overall health and concentration.
  • Counseling Services offers brief, informal consultations throughout the week at Let’s Talk.
  • Live near campus and leaving for the holiday break? Register your residence for free with UOPD’s Vacation Watch program.
  • Get your gear for winter break! The Outdoor Program Rental Barn will have normal hours through Tuesday, Dec. 13, then be closed until Monday, Jan. 9, 2023.
  • Look out for phishing scams over winter break. When your routine is disrupted, take an extra moment to make sure emails, texts, and Duo notifications are legitimate.
  • Quack back! Submit your student experience surveys and provide your instructors with constructive feedback before 6:00 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 5.
  • Represent the UO and lead new students through IntroDUCKtion. Apply to be on the 2023 Student Orientation Staff. Applications are being accepted now through Monday, Jan. 16, 2023.
  • Registration is open for winter term Duck Corps service teams. Join a team to make a lasting impact on the Eugene-Springfield community.
  • Before heading home to visit family and friends, get a free COVID-19 test at McArthur Court! Drop-ins are welcome, and you’ll know your results within one to four business days.
  • University Health Services is now offering COVID-19 bivalent boosters to students by appointment.
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