Campus News

Two people at a COVID testing center
January 10

UO expands free COVID-19 testing amid Omicron surge

MAP extends testing to Lane County residents with mild symptoms to support public health
Patrick Phillips
January 6

Provost announces update for anticipated disruptions

Policies for winter term in place in case of disruptions caused by the spread of COVID-19
Martin Luther King Jr.
January 4

Faculty, staff, students to be honored at UO MLK event

MLK virtual event with live chat focuses on amplifying racial solidarity and equity
UO Symphony Orchestra
January 3

A new year means a new batch of campus arts, film and exhibits

Live events are back on tap, along with lots of online viewing and listening opportunities
Patrick Phillips
December 28

Boosters, safety plan allow UO to continue in-person classes

Provost outlines the measures being taken to keep campus protected during winter term
The Fall 2021 incoming class celebrates
December 28

Looking back on a year of moving forward together

New discoveries, a record-setting fall class and a transformative gift highlighted 2021
UO entrance sign
December 20

President Schill announces COVID-19 booster requirement

Faculty, staff, students encouraged to get COVID-19 booster as soon as they are eligible
The UO seal on Dads Gate
December 6

Trustees discuss fall term success, enrollment and initiatives

University finances and the tuition-setting process for fall 2022 were also covered
Sarah Stapleton
December 2

Environment Initiative announces faculty fellow for spring 2022

Sarah Stapleton from the College of Education will work on a new high school curriculum
Martin Luther King Jr.
December 2

Save the date for the annual UO Martin Luther King Jr. event

The commemoration and awards ceremony will be a hybrid virtual and in-person event

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