Cornonavirus Messages and News

 

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March 30

DAILY CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Latest news and campus announcements

President Schill announces $1 million philanthropic support for Students in Crisis Fund, remote.uoregon.edu provides students with support and resources for...
University of Oregon
March 27

DAILY CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Latest news and campus announcements

New remote resources website provides support for students, Office of the Provost launches weekly email series to provide resources, guidance and support for...
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March 27

FACULTY: Week One Teaching Update

The Office of the Provost Faculty and GE Support Group will offer resources and opportunities each week of spring term
UO entrance sign
March 27

STUDENTS: Changes in grading options for undergraduate courses

The university has implemented a new undergraduate-course grading policy for spring term 
University of Oregon
March 27

FACULTY: Changes in grading options for undergraduate courses

The Academic Council voted for modifications to spring term grading options for undergraduate courses
Image of people using Zoom videoconferencing
March 26

FACULTY: Zoom and Canvas now integrated

This allows Zoom to be part of the Canvas course structure, including scheduling and easier access for students
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March 26

DAILY CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Latest news and campus resources

Student Quick Quack email shares more resources for remote learning; students and families can submit questions for Monday's virtual town hall
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March 25

STUDENTS: Special message from vice president for student life

Kevin Marbury discusses programs and services still available, and provides details on fees and account balances
University of Oregon
March 25

DAILY CAMPUS UPDATE: Latest news and campus announcements

The university will hold a virtual town hall on Mar. 30, students were sent an email regarding student fees
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March 25

Spring classes, stay-at-home order, more updates on COVID-19

No in-person commencement ceremony will be held; housing cancellations available.

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