University of Oregon
Q: Where can undergraduate and graduate students find information about food insecurity?The University of Oregon recognizes that student success is impacted by unmet basic needs such as food security and housing security. The campus and community resources in this Guide are intended to support your well-being so that you can meet your academic goals!
Q: I’m very worried about COVID-19 and I need help managing my feelings.The abundance of news and updates about COVID-19 is making many people feel anxious. The University Counseling Center has gathered a >variety of online resources to help the UO community manage concerns around COVID-19. The University Counseling Center offers teletherapy services (videoconferencing sessions) for students in Oregon, California, Colorado, and Texas (new, April 9). Students can still access in-person drop-in and other mental health services in the University Health, Counseling, and Testing Center building. Students with questions about options for mental health support should call the Counseling Center at 541-346-3227. The same phone number also functions as an after-hours crisis and support line for all UO students regardless of location. See University Counseling Center for more information.
Remote ClassesThere are many resources available to help you be successful in your studies this term. While we know remote learning is different, these resources below will help you in your classes. Additional resources for academic and technical support are listed further down on this page. If you have specific questions about how a class will work remotely, contact the instructor.
- Ordering Textbooks
- Internet Access
- Accessibility & Accomodations
- Canvas Support
- Support Live Chat
Academic SupportJust like your classes, many of the resources you typically visit on campus are now available remotely. From academic advisors to tutoring services, you can now connect with academic support services over the phone, chat, or video call. Some services may be limited or modified from their normal schedule. If you do not see information about a particular academic service you normally use, contact the office that provides the service or submit your question using this web form. You can download and use the Navigate App to schedule appointments with many of these offices and others at the university.
Winter Term Pass/No Pass Deadline Extended to April 24The UO has extended the deadline to change from letter grade to P/NP for Winter term 2020 classes to April 24. Students should consider connecting with an academic advisor to discuss the implications of making this change. For more details and to request the change visit the Office of the Registrar website.
Activities and InvolvementSpring term would not be complete without fun memories made with friends. Even while the flock is spread across the globe, there are lots of ways to stay connected and involved with your friends and classmates. Our staff has developed a number of remote opportunities for you, including a few listed below. Check the Quick Quack email for more involvement opportunities each week. Spring 2020 will only come around once. Don’t miss it while it’s here.
- Schedule an Appointment
- Discover Handshake
- Get Document Feedback (such as resumes and cover letters)
- Many appointments across campus will be happening using Microsoft Teams, an app free to the UO community.
- Remember that the vast majority of engagement with employers occurs online already, so this is a great time to get on Handshake/a> to search for jobs, internships, and virtual career events.
- Our front desk line remains active during this time. Contact us with questions or concerns at email@example.com or 541-346-3235. Please leave a message if we are unable to answer.
Mental Health SupportThe University Counseling Center offers the following services are available to students:
- In-person drop-in and other counseling services in the University Health, Counseling, and Testing Center building
- Teletherapy services (i.e., videoconferencing) for students in Oregon, California, Colorado, and Texas
- Consultation with case managers to help students figure out how to find mental health support in your area
- After-hours support/crisis phone line (541-346-3227) to speak with a therapist when the Counseling Center is closed
University Health CenterThe University Health Center is open and offering support for students on campus.If you are sick, stay home. Call first at 541-346-2770 or another healthcare provider to help determine your next steps.
- CALL FIRST at 541-346-2770 to schedule an appointment. We will tell you where to report: either using the main Health Center clinic entrance on 13th Avenue or the Agate Street entrance.
- Health Center services currently available:
- Routine medical care initially by phone consult
- Physical Therapy/Sports Medicine (no acupuncture or massage)
- Dental Clinic (emergencies only)
- The Duck Nest Wellness Center is offering free remote programming. See a full list of offerings on their webpage.
- Note: Screenings will take place for ALL persons entering the building. This includes individuals with appointments at the University Health Center, the University Counseling Center, and the University Testing Center.
Managing Your StressThis may be a stressful time for some, and there are many ways to cope. The Duck Nest is working to provide resources to help manage any stress you may be feeling. Duck Nest
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