DAILY CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Latest news and campus announcements

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Here is the current information related to university operations and programs. The latest information is available on the UO Coronavirus webpage and FAQ page.


  • The fall class schedule and priority registration information for students will be available on June 1. Students received an email providing details about when they can register for fall term and encouraging them to contact their academic advisors.
  • This week’s Weekly Teaching Update from the Provost Faculty and GE Support Group offers resources for all instructors as spring term winds down.


  • The Accessible Education Center is finding new ways to help students who need support during remote learning and ensure all students get a quality education. Read more about the support on Around the O.
  • Zoom has issued a required upgrade to improve meeting security. If your computer is managed by your IT department, they will update Zoom for you. If you need to update Zoom on your computer, open the application, click on your picture (or initials) in the upper right corner, select “Check for Updates,” and install any updates when prompted. After May 30, you will be forced to upgrade Zoom to version 5 before connecting to a meeting.
  • For students: the University of Oregon is seeking a student to serve on the Joint UO Senate/Administration Task Force on Long-term Responses to COVID-19. The group will advise President Michael Schill about how the university should respond to financial challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis. If you are interested, please submit an application by Monday, June 1, at 5:00 p.m.



  • The Oregon Health Authority reports 3,864 confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in the state, 66 cases in Lane County, and 1,037 in Multnomah County on May 22.
  • The university continues to work in close coordination with the Oregon Health Authority and our companion institutions and agencies.